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    Default Good source for easy cooking?

    I never really knew how few things I knew how to cook until I moved out for university. Kraft Dinner and beer is starting to grow thin, and I'm wondering if you guys have any suggestions on sources for cooking some not too difficult meals.

    Any good books or websites out there? Thanks

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    get a george foreman grill!!! it's great. then you can grill up some beef, throw some yellow and red peppers on there, maybe some onions... throw that shit on a toasted bun with some cheese and boo-yah!!! philly cheese steak.
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    Originally posted by littledan
    get a george foreman grill!!! it's great. then you can grill up some beef, throw some yellow and red peppers on there, maybe some onions... throw that shit on a toasted bun with some cheese and boo-yah!!! philly cheese steak.
    i got a george foreman grill a month ago
    i've been using it for everything!
    i use it atleast 3 times a week
    the thing is so easy to use and it cooks really fast

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    Dammit man, I was gonna suggest ichiban and kd!!!!!

    Haha, parents are going out of town and I don't have time to really cook big meals so I just loaded up on kd and soups from costco and porkchops and minipizza's. I usually go out and buy those liptons sidekicks too, pretty easy to make and taste alright, other than that, I don't know, I could use some ideas too.

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    those lipton sidekicks are pretty gross

    just look up on google for easy recipies or think of something then look it up. I eat a lot of steak. cheap easy and good..and bloody.

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    Get some of that chunky soup cans, heat em up, they are pretty good.
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    You can try M & M meat shops, I get stuff from there, it's good stuff and really easy to make.
    There is a store locator on the website.

    http://www.mmmeatshops.com/en/index.asp

    You can also add things to your KD to give it variety, like ham, SPAM, sausages, tuna, tomatoes, whatever......
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    Get bulk packs of pasta, and big jars of sauce, Grab some fresh veggies or cheese and voila....better than kd.

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    u can live off beer for a few weeks.

    or u can learn to cook from your mom or something. thats what i did.

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    Hey Yang, I've been eating instant food for the last 2 weeks. Hahah.

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    yo dude, if your hungry for meat, just get what ever you like from any store, and get all the spices with the cool names and your set, start up the old George formen, throw the meat on there, and throw all the spices on, it always turns out good.

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    go buy some McCain fries and get yourself a Deepfryer from Zellers or something...that's what I do hhaha

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    spaghetti is probably the the hardest food to screw up, and it tastes good with some prego tomato sause heated mircowave style.

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    Ive being eating those bags of salad you can get. I go thru 2-3 bags a week. pretty healthy to

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    Originally posted by kaput
    What's so special about these george foreman grills and if they're so cool why haven't I heard of them before?
    Do you live in a cave? Almost everyone has a George Forman Grill - it's the Lean Mean Grillin Machine!.

    When I was on westjet last week the captain said "Please note that all cellphones, video players, etc are strictly prohibitied during takeoff - except George Forman Grills. If you got one, start her up!".

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    It's like a mini barbeque you plug into a wall (I think) and can use in a small kitchen. We dont have one (big bbq outside on the deck) but if we were still in our condo we'd get one.

    Khyron

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