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    College Cooking

    A collection of easy recipes that might appeal to the collect set living in dorms or small apartments, cooking on their own, and using ingredients which tend to go hand in hand with college students...
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    Ramen has been a standby over years of back packing, motor camping and desert 'prospecting' where conserving water and cooking fuel were always at the front of our minds. A home made dehydrator added light weight, easy to use jerky and vegetables to the pot. Now any time I want a quick meal, as often as not it's Ramen. It's inexpensive, quick, and delicious. What more would you want?

    Recipe #79671

    Quick and great flavor. Please rate this after you make it. I would like to know what you think. (good or bad)

    Recipe #76490

    Simple, cheap and tasty meal. Just right for a bachelor. I created this while single and living in Virginia.

    Recipe #75847

    This is a great recipe, easy to make, and popular with kids! I recommend the Pillsbury Grands sized ones as easiest to use to make these tasty breakfast, lunch, or dinner treats.

    Recipe #30995

    A rich, hearty meal! Serve with a oil & vinegar dressed salad to offset the richness.

    Recipe #52954

    This makes a pizza-like dish, only with barbecue sauce. A quick, simple, tasty dish for a family supper--a definite kid-pleaser. A 9 1/2-oz package of biscuits gives a relatively thin crust. Use a 16 oz package of biscuits if you want a thicker crust. Update: It may be tempting to substitute ground turkey for ground beef in this recipe to make it more "heart-healthy," but because the beef flavor is an important part of this dish's appeal, I recommend against it. Of course, it's only as good as the barbecue sauce you use, so make sure you use a barbecue sauce--and a hot pepper sauce--you know you like.

    Recipe #91866

    This is a great recipe, easy to make, and popular with kids! You can use different flavors of barbecue sauce and different kinds of refrigerator biscuits as well (although I recommend the Pillsbury Grands sized ones as easiest to use).

    Recipe #28689

    I found this one on the web but I don't remember where. This is no place for watery lager. It calls for a beer or ale with a full robust flavor. I usually use a Brown or Red Ale from ICE HARBOR BREWERY, my favorite local Micro brewery. Fat Tire Ale from The New Belgium Brewery is another good choice. Most Ramen recipes are particularly handy for RV cooking, ie, minimum use of gas, not much heat buildup in the kitchen, and the pantry doesn't weigh much.

    Recipe #93708

    4 Reviews |  By alijen

    A great, easy soup for chilly days. From the Healthy College Cookbook. But, not just college students will love it!

    Recipe #83822

    A wonderfully, different and very tasty rice dish with bacon, lettuce and tomatoes (BLT).

    Recipe #79095

    This is an easy "white trash" recipe that I found in a local newspaper when I was in college. It's actually quite good, despite its ingredients and simplicity.

    Recipe #83243

    1 Reviews |  By Heheheh

    I got this out of a college magazine. It's not the best if you're into taste and health. But it's fast, it's cheap, it's COLLEGE!

    Recipe #74266

    I have no idea where I got this recipe, specifically, but I know I picked it up on a Seattle BBS when I was going by the nym of "Sari" back in the late 1980s, and it's still floating around on the internet, here and there. It is attributed to Janet Detter Margul@ The Fifth Dimension (that's an old BBS), in Dallas. An old family favorite and you can even disguise leftover turkey with this recipe.

    Recipe #28293

    Chicken for College Student I made this in college in my crockpot and always got good reviews. My French grandmother called it "Parisian Chicken" and you will see variations of it all around.

    Recipe #5146

    The combination of frozen meatballs and chile verde sauce was a very happy discovery... the results are absolutely delicious! (And they're almost ridiculously easy to prepare, too.) I plan on making these in the future for potlucks and as appetizers. This is another Pantry Challenge recipe, where I use items I already have at home to make meals.

    Recipe #110680

    Ok, you've got 20 minutes to get dinner on the table, and the table is piled with books, papers, afterschool snack wrappers and a tennis shoe with a broken lace. You're desperate, but dinner can still be delicious, and yes, you can get it done fast! So, you walk into your pantry, grab a few items, and pat yourself on the back for making those wise purchases. Dinner will be a snap! Call The Kids and/or The Spouse (most of the junk on the table is theirs, anyway, right? YOU wouldn't pile stuff on there.) and issue The Ultimatum: "The dining table will be cleared and set in 20 minutes or no dinner tonight." And mean it. Trust me, it works, but they have to know you mean it.

    Recipe #24822

    4 Reviews |  By Candy C

    A delicious and filling salad perfect for lunch or dinner. You can omit the chicken for a delicious Chinese Slaw.

    Recipe #47164

    I love this stuff... :)

    Recipe #27282

    My mom gave me her old crock pot before I moved 900 miles away to college. I told her I didn't know how to make anything in it, and she told me to just 'throw' these 4 ingredients inside and turn it on. Simple enough!! I always invite my girlfriends over and we all love it!! It's the closest thing to a real home-cooked meal we have while we are away.

    Recipe #29017

    A sandwich that is theoretically free (there is tution to pay) if you have a meal plan or a friend with a meal plan who is talented at stealing loaves of bread and bagels from the cafeteria and dormmates who leave their doors open. Active work time does not include obtaining ingredients.

    Recipe #110016

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