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I'm looking for recipes of tasty things that are easy and quick to make. Any ideas?

-- Anonymous, September 29, 1999


Visit the "bachelor aisle" at your favorite grocery store. There are many quick and easy items for sale.

Rice-a-roni (the San Francisco treat) and Kraft Macaroni and Cheese (known as "Kraft Dinner" in Canada) are two favorites, and they're under a dollar. Of course, you risk tape worms and scurvy.

-- Anonymous, September 29, 1999

Ramen a la Andrew:

Ingrediants: 1 package of Top Ramen* Water

Utensils: Stove Pot

Instructions: Place the pot on the stove, and fill with two cups of water.

Turn the stove on.

Open package of Top Ramen, and empty into pot when the water begins to boil.

Once noodles are soft, add seasoning packet (open it first).

Remove pot from heat, and eat.

*WARNING-- Do not use generic brands of ramen while preparing this dish.

-- Anonymous, September 30, 1999

I don't remember when I first started cooking. It was early. I used to stand on chairs to cook, because I couldn't reach the countertops. Anyway, I do remember that by the age of 7 I had taken over all baking duties. I can, therefore, conclude that baking is easy. So make some cookies. I will be happy to sample them for you . . . If you can't do that, go to the local library and check out "Cooking With Kids". I'm sure you can do anything in there.

-- Anonymous, October 04, 1999

Rice-a-roni is NOT an easy dish to make. I tried TWO TIMES to make them suckers, and both times I came out with crunchy rice. I think I'll just stick to making white rice in my rice cooker.

They're selling Top Ramen at 9/$0.99 at Haggen's. Mmm. Ramen. MSG.

-- Anonymous, October 05, 1999

Pepperoni Chips: 1.) Spread 15-20 pepperoni slices on a paper towel folded three times on itself. 2.) Heat in mocrowave for 3-5 minutes or until smoke occurs. 3.) Remove pepperoni and towel from microwave. Let cool before eating. 4.) Enjoy petrafied pepperoni chips with milk or juice. 5.) Wipe face with grease-soaked pepperoni towel and discard in wastebasket.

-- Anonymous, October 17, 1999

I really enjoyed Michael's pepperoni chips recipe. I am still chuckling over steps 2, 4, and 5. Hehehe.

-- Anonymous, December 26, 1999

Pepperoni is gross. Oatmeal is a quick, easy meal, and good for the heart, too!

-- Anonymous, December 28, 1999

Quick and easy meals will be harder to come by now that we don't have a microwave. At least things do taste better when made "the old fashioned way".

-- Anonymous, January 03, 2000

I don't kow aboutquickand easy, but know about long lasting. Got any like, made porkchops or steak or chicken around? Tortillas? Take a frying pan, turn it on 3, butter both sides of the tortilla, Salt both sids, cut up the meat, put strips in the middle. Add salsa or cheese, and fold, cook until both sides are firm, and eat. One chicken breast can make about 3 quesidillas so all you need is a few, and you'll be eating like a king for a long time. Hmm... think I'll make a thread now.

-- Anonymous, April 22, 2002

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