Spinoff: you're in an apartment senior year of college. What's your go-to meal?
i Really can’t remember much except some kind of shoe
stubby pasta, imitation crab, and peas, served cold
Totinos pizzas. Usually $1 from the grocery store*
Yep, those were solid as well. Didn't work well with four roommates though since we'd
I was married and had a kid by then, so I was eating whatever the former mrspck made.
I feel like I did a lot of pasta, olive oil, and garlic. That said... I mostly ate out.
Spaghetti sandwiches made with those frozen Michelina’s spaghetti marinara.
Man, I'd the shit out of a Jack's with Monical's dressing right now.*
Jack's pizza, chicken/hamburger helper, Tyson chicken patties
Jack’s pizza, hot dogs, Campbell’s Chunky (usually clam chowder) or Bush’s beans*
Dominos; cereal; spaghetti and Ragu*
Frozen pizza, chicken rice casserole or la bamba. *
Make a big vat of spaghetti sauce, or soup/stew, or pot roast or a couple of chickens.
El Monterey frozen burritos or Pizza Rolls
Totally forgot how many frozen burritos I ate
Bub’s thin crust sausage pizza, Stovetop Stuffing, Rice-a-Roni.*
Sandwich maker grilled cheese and bowl of easy Mac in the microwave*
just the usual, scallop sashimi with meyer lemon confit or pappardelle w/ sea urchin & cauliflower*
Does anyone remember how they used to check off your meals on the tiny sticker
frozen pizza. occasionally hamburger helper or a grilled cheese.
buddig beef on a croissant from county market*
I don't like legit real, quality deli roast beef. But I would still nosh that Buddig crap. Mmmm.*
I had a buddig ham sandwich every day for lunch in grade school
Similar--I'd get a beef sandwich, fruit roll up, juice box, and cookies
I honestly have zero recollection.*
In fairness, you are old as shit *
Pizza brought home by roommates who worked at Papa Del's or Garcias *
Roommate worked for Papa Del's for a month and would bring back bags of flour and we'd make
Canned ravioli or spaghetti o's. Ramen. Maybe mac and cheese*
those frozen patties or somethign like Chicken/Hamburger Helper*
Mac & Cheese, grilled cheese, Jimmy John's.*
Back in my day, slims were $2.25. Now they're like $5.*
thanks Obama (nm)
Bill Clinton was potus when I started college. Come back Bubba!*
Lived in the sorority all 4 years.*
Giovanti's chicken strips or a frozen pizza
That reminds me of a story from a friend who went to Eastern.
I had a friend who would make a huge mix of baked beans and kraft mac and cheese
Wilb Walker would be correct. now, a County Market *
Chicken Breasts, garlic, green peppers and cream of mushroom soup*
I actually cooked a lot and pretty well back then. Mostly jambalaya and hillbilly fried rice*
Calzone from Pizza World*
Pizza World? I got my calzones from Prime Time.*
Prime time? I got mine from Bonnie Jeans*
Tuna casserole with Kraft Mac and cheese, cream of mushroom soup, and tuna*
Yes. I still love that meal*
you used your OVEN? *
that's called Tuna Helper, not Tuna Casserole. *
I don't know why they call it Tuna Helper. Stuff tastes just fine by itself! (nm)
We called it Tuna Casserole at my house. Tuna helper is the boxed stuff*
did you use the powdered cheese packet from the Kraft Mac & Cheese? *
Tuna Helper is a brand!! :) The mushroom soup is the key difference
you made casserole on the stovetop?
I'm using casserole loosely here
porgy's or frozen meals*
actually a lot of Wendy's too. Big bacon classic*
My top choice if ordering out was chicken fried rice
worked food service every night, so ate at the 6 pack*
Amen to that. *
Stouffers mac & cheese*
Stouffer's frozen lasagna was top notch.
ramen or bologna and cheese sammich*
1st semester, I think I only ate microwave popcorn. Lost 25 pounds*
I had this exact same meal often, but with Miracle Whip.*
Yup. No cheese. Miracle Whip. Sometimes pickle strips if I had them.
Oftentimes I would eat a box of Kraft Mac & Cheese and a tube of Crescent Rolls.
1. Frozen pizza (Jack's pepperoni) 2. Mac + Cheese and Fish Sticks*
Fish sticks with American cheese and Miracle Whip on Wonderbread.*
bag of mini powdered sugar donuts and 1/2 gallon milk *