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Old 06-02-2005, 04:04 PM   #41
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With me the Elvis Presley sandwich, Peanut butter and banna sandwich. or sliced tomatoes with miracle whip!
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Old 06-02-2005, 04:34 PM   #42
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Peanut butter and dill pickle sandwiches, chips and mustard sandwiches, chips and ketchup , refried beans, cheese and whatever in between bread. refried beans and saltines. Do you really want more ?
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Old 06-02-2005, 04:58 PM   #43
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hey, maidrite, gotta love the PB and pickle sammiches! i could eat about 50!
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Old 06-02-2005, 06:25 PM   #44
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i've got a new favorite, as of about 3 days ago, mostly because it's quick. I've been mixing ramen noodles and rice together, sometimes plain, sometimes with some other stuff mixed in. Today I added a bit of cream of mushroom soup to the mix, and some polish sausage, and a bit of cheese. I'm sure it sounds revolting... sitting here right now with this strange mix in front of me, I can tell you it doesn't look so hot, but it's not bad when you're hungry. It definitely fills you up though.
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Old 06-03-2005, 12:08 AM   #45
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i've got a new favorite, as of about 3 days ago, mostly because it's quick. I've been mixing ramen noodles and rice together, sometimes plain, sometimes with some other stuff mixed in. Today I added a bit of cream of mushroom soup to the mix, and some polish sausage, and a bit of cheese. I'm sure it sounds revolting... sitting here right now with this strange mix in front of me, I can tell you it doesn't look so hot, but it's not bad when you're hungry. It definitely fills you up though.
um, not to be rude, college cook, but that is really, really gross.
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yeah, i know it sounds terrible... LOL, like I said it even looks terrible. But it's not too shabby if you're hungry enough.
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Old 06-03-2005, 01:50 AM   #47
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hey, i'm not one to judge, lol.

i eat creamed corn cold out of the can, cold spam, PB and pickle sammiches, kraft singles, ramen noodles....

but something about your combo just made me kinda queasy.
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Old 06-03-2005, 07:09 AM   #48
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Mayo and mustard...

My younger bro used to spread Hellman's mayo on his store-bought pizzas... so after he died I tried it a few times and it's ok. Not my thing really but it tastes good.

I once heard the results on CBC of a contest North America-wide that searched out the very best grilled cheese sandwich - the winner was from a Southern state (sorry I forgot which one) and the grilled cheese had mustard on the inside of both slices of bread.

I did try it once and it's ok too.
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Hey College, next time you are hungry try the noodles mixed with a can of no bean chilli, and a little water to thin it out and zap it in the ole microwave.....yummmmmmmmmmmm. Like a Chilli Mac :)
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Ramen noodles with whatever I have in the fridge or cupboard that might taste even reasonably good with it.
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