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5/30/08 5:54 PM
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Elias Cepeda
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 What are some go to things to make or just assemble at home when you're hungry but also lazy?

Some form of avocado sandwhich is one of my favorites.

6/1/08 12:26 AM
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 Nice. I've totally been there with the chili!

6/1/08 7:32 PM
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Rice mixed with yoghurt and garlic pickle. It sounded terrible to me too, the first time, but I had it every day after that for a week.
6/2/08 6:22 AM
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The lazy one the wife always asks for is just some bagged tortellini boiled up.  I'll slice up and brown a couple of Italian sausages, then dump in some jarred spaghetti sauce and heavy cream, like a 3 to 1 ratio, just enough to make it more pink than red.  Grate up a handful of parmesan cheese, drain the pasta, and toss everything around in the pan.  I'm done in about 15 minutes. 
 
Mine is nachos.  Just chips, grated cheddar, and picante sauce thrown on a plate and microwaved on high for 2 1/2 minutes.  If I have leftover meat of any sort then that's just a nifty bonus.  Nachos is one thing I will never tire of. 
6/2/08 2:13 PM
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Elias Cepeda
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 nice.

The yogurt idea really doesn't sound bad at all

"Nachos is one thing I will never tire of. "

Absolutely agree

6/2/08 11:07 PM
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Nachos and stir fry.  You can make stir fry out of just about anything.

6/3/08 4:31 PM
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 egg tacos

6/4/08 3:43 AM
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Hot dogs.
6/11/08 6:18 PM
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Elias Cepeda
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 How do you like to do your egg tacos Mike? I do that a bunch as well.

What do you like on your hot dogs flems?

6/12/08 2:11 AM
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for a super lazy day: salsa

semi lazy: diced onions, mustard, pickles

if I have chilli in the fridge I'll throw some of that on with onions
6/12/08 9:44 AM
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 i just fry the eggs in butter, lightly scrambled with pickled jalapenos and top with hot sauce, jar salsa and maybe sour cream.

6/16/08 12:12 AM
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 hamburger helper

6/16/08 12:13 AM
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 it helps make hamburger

6/16/08 12:13 AM
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 a greattt meal

7/14/08 9:37 PM
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Velveeta shells and cheese
Cream of Mushroom soup
Can of tuna
7/29/08 3:24 AM
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 indonesian instant noodles  - add a ton of veggies to it and scarf.
7/29/08 11:34 AM
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 nice
7/29/08 5:32 PM
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MikeZev -

i just fry the eggs in butter, lightly scrambled with pickled jalapenos and top with hot sauce, jar salsa and maybe sour cream.




lol

I do the same thing, scrambled eggs with queso fresco, avocado slices and hot sauce on corn tortillas.
7/30/08 5:05 AM
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7/31/08 1:42 PM
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 YES they are! But that stuff on a shoe and I'd eat it
8/18/08 6:00 PM
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Cooked pasta, olive oil, a bit of butter, a smidgen of tomato paste, ground pepper and sometimes a can of tuna if I'm really hankering for some protein.
8/18/08 10:38 PM
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Egg noodles, couple packs of McCormick's brown gravy mix, portabello mushrooms, and some beef of some kind(sirloin, chuck steak, whatever). It is one of my favorites meals period. Just so simple and easy.
10/26/08 11:58 PM
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10/29/08 11:06 AM
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pasta with butter and grated cheese
4/16/09 1:25 AM
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Chili with beef.

Grated American cheese

Serve over a bed off rice.

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