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4645 clicks; posted to Main » on 06 Dec 2001 at 2:31 PM (16 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2001-12-06 02:38:49 PM  
"Cream Corn Over Toast

Some people would actually eat this. Okay, a person I know suggested I include this. I'm not recommending it, just putting it out there to let you know that if this is all you have left in your house, there are people who have been this desperate before, so you shouldn't feel so bad."

2001-12-06 02:43:08 PM  
Toasted Bagels and Man Sauce
2001-12-06 02:43:09 PM  
this is just plain sad. food should be an artform. this is white trash! LOL
2001-12-06 02:44:22 PM  
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2001-12-06 02:44:24 PM  
Hey! I got one posted! Woo hoo!
2001-12-06 02:45:14 PM  
I think they stole that slogan from Scores.
2001-12-06 02:45:21 PM  
I'm soooo glad I'm married AND I can cook.
2001-12-06 02:48:55 PM  
When you have more ambition than to make Ramen, but the same budget.
2001-12-06 02:50:17 PM  
reminds me of my Miracle Whip sandwich and Ramen noodle days.

"beer or food?? beer or food??"

c'mon, you have to prioritize.
2001-12-06 02:53:19 PM  
Best use for Thanksgiving leftovers:
1 packet spicy ramen (preferably Shin Ramyun)
leftover roast turkey

Prepare ramen; after adding flavor packet, add turkey and continue to heat until heated
NUKE IT if desired
2001-12-06 02:53:48 PM  
Scoots... that would make a good slogan!
2001-12-06 02:55:19 PM  
"Fish" Soup

1 packet ramen (I usually use "shrimp" or "oriental", not "pork" or "beef"
1 can water-pack tuna
2 handfulls frozen mixed vegetables
3 garlic

Heat 'n serve!

The wife doesn't like it much, but it filled me many nights in college.
2001-12-06 02:57:35 PM  
Those recipes were pretty funny.
2001-12-06 02:58:00 PM  
what we need:

2001-12-06 03:00:45 PM  
Mushy Joe's
like Sloppy Joe's

1 lb. ground beef
1 can mushroom soup

brown the beef, drain most of the grease.
add the soup, and let it simmer for a while.
I add lots of pepper and a little salt.
serve on bread
2001-12-06 03:06:37 PM  
I used to work in a deli and we'd make pizzas out of pita bread cut lengthwise, a little sauce from the meatballs, a couple of slices of provolone and pepperoni. Heat it up on the grill...good eats.
2001-12-06 03:29:32 PM  

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2001-12-06 03:32:23 PM  
Most kick-assinist Cheese sandwich..

Take two slices bread, WHITE
spray outsides with butter flavor PAM (TM)
sprinke with a tetch of salt on pam side
put one or two slice cheese inside
on 350 for 10 mins a side or till done

Eat with sandwich in one hand squeezy mustard in the other right over the sink.. voila no washing up, no clean utensils required. good with tomato soup
2001-12-06 03:39:51 PM  
Farking: Mustard on a grilled cheese? thats nasty.

sprinkle a touch of powdered garlic on, so tasty
2001-12-06 04:00:58 PM  
Pillsberry cresent rolls raw....
mmm, mmm, good!
2001-12-06 04:01:18 PM  
2001-12-06 04:04:08 PM  
1/2 lbm any kind of pasta,
2-3 chicken flavored bullion cubes
3 tbsp butter
a little milk
1 ice cold 40

cook the pasta, add the ingredients, eat and drink unitl satiated
2001-12-06 04:10:24 PM  
1 can Chef Boy-ar-dee prepared small meat balls
1 bowl Cheerios
add garlic to taste
2001-12-06 04:12:52 PM  
Breakfast, lunch, dinner.

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2001-12-06 04:13:08 PM  
that one, Bass555, was worthy of the website.
2001-12-06 05:09:51 PM  
I am a single male and I for one have never had any of these meals or resorted to any TV Dinner - This is just sad guys....I am no chef, but hell at least I know the basics and can improvise! Throw out the Microwaves lazy people!

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2001-12-06 05:57:56 PM  
Austin: Remove the stick from your rectal cavity, man... The whole thing is tonuge-in-cheek. Loosen up... Enjoy some tomato soup.. I'll even give you the recipe... And there's no nuke unit involved -- Just for you... ;-)

Tomato Soup

10 disposable ketchup packets from McDonalds

Squeeze all 10 ketchup packets into a soup bowl
In a kettle, boil some water
Pour water into bowl
Mix well (with a spoon)
2001-12-06 06:36:03 PM  
Fun Tomato Soup

Ingredients: 10 disposable ketchup packets from McDonalds
hot plate
Ice cold 40

Go to your local mcdonalds
Ask for water
heat water with hot plate
while water is heating ask for catsup
when the cashier doesnt know what catsup is, as for ketchup
take a sip, say "fark this"
chug 40, crack bottle bar fight style and threaten the cashier to give you some Mcnuggets
2001-12-06 07:58:11 PM  

And to think, I believed that Flying Code Monkey's "Nuked Corn" formula was about as far down the food chain as a non-cooking guy would go...

Ketchup soup?!?
2001-12-06 10:12:59 PM  
2 Slice ham
1 scoop peanut butter
2 slice white bread

Make sandwich and enjoy (if you can't figure out how to combine ingredients, promptly find firearm of choice and proceed to eliminate yourself from the gene pool)

It may sound gross but, just imagine the look on the King's face when the first farker brought him ham and pineapple
2001-12-06 10:35:17 PM  
Obviously, Brightfires, you've been a TRULY poor college student who blew his $$ on beer! :-) Yes, ketchup soup! Either that or yellow death (mac & cheese) Ketchup soup's free though. The 50 cents I'd have to pay for mac& cheese could go towards beer... Another 50 cents, and a guy can buy a beer at the local "homeless hotel" bar....

I'm not an alcoholic... I'm a drunk! There's a difference you know.. Alcoholics gotta go to meetings, listen to lectures, blah blah blah... :-)
2001-12-07 02:42:09 PM  
"Her" $$, actually... And I blew my money on other stuff when I was a poor college student.

'Can't stand the taste of beer.
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