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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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    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

    6 Reviews |  By Manda

    From french fries, to chicken nuggets, to just about anything, this was the ultimate dipper when I was in college. Created by accident, it quickly became everyone's fave. I introduced it to my mom, and now I have to keep this mixture on hand in the fridge AT ALL TIMES!!! Sounds gross, but give it a try...might surprise ya!! It seems that everyone prefers a little more of this or that ingredient. I like mine with a little less mayo, lots of pepper and garlic powder, and the mustard added. Play around with it a little bit, and you'll find the combo that is perfect for you!

    Recipe #40098

    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

    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

    5 Reviews |  By LAURIE

    Super quick dessert to whip up for those nights when the kids have friends staying for supper. They always love it! But be careful it is addicting and even better the next day if there is any left.

    Recipe #103045

    Great for Pot lucks. Cheap, too!

    Recipe #34613

    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

    7 Reviews |  By xxoo

    This is a fool proof, quick and easy way to whip up a tasy dish when the cupboard is bare. I am both thrilled and amazed how easy it is to turn a packet of 'Top Ramen type' noodles into a gourmet dish!

    Recipe #61904

    Mom's recipe is different from most of them I've seen out there, and it's pretty darn good. :)

    Recipe #43271

    This is a excellent dish for college students, or bachelors (very easy & very inexpensive).

    Recipe #2066

    This is definitly a bachelor/college worthy recipe, my husband introduced me to it, and he still makes it all the time. I actually love it, and who knows, you may also.

    Recipe #76669

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

    Recipe #75847

    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

    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

    3 Reviews |  By Branwyn

    Quick weeknight meal for when time is short. Just needs a simple vegetable or a salad.

    Recipe #19553

    8 Reviews |  By bert

    I make this when I am on the fly (and sometimes when I'm not). Serve it with a salad and some garlic bread and you have a fast and tasty dinner. I can't remember where I got this recipe but I have been making it for a long time and it goes over really well in my house.

    Recipe #18005

    One Saturday afternoon I really wanted pea soup, but didn't have any in the cupboard and I didn't want to go to the store. So instead, I made my own. Oh-so-easy, this soup is yummy!

    Recipe #29716

    Simple and easy, this dish is nonetheless a hit on the table!

    Recipe #27006

    My vegetarian friend Matthew and I get together to cook now and then (he being a newbie chef), and this was the first dish we made as his introduction to veggie cooking. Very tasty! Based on a recipe from Curtis Aikens.

    Recipe #102473

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