Tuesday, April 13, 2010




Tuesday, March 30, 2010

As Promised...

Here's some quick munch I made with leftover yellow rice and spinach. The chicken was marinated for a day or two in wine, balsamic vinegar, garlic, lemon, and some other ingredients I can't seem to remember. It doesn't really matter-add what you will, I don't care... One could make three of these meals for under 10 bucks. Cheap, easy, and effective in terms of munch-out, satisfying portions. Stay fly children.

Monday, March 29, 2010

Dog Food

Sometimes, you need to slop together everything you have in your fridge. Since this is a blog dedicated to broke-ass students, I found it fitting to publish this dish, appropriately named-Dog Food.
-You will need anything and everything, a list of my ingredients include, but are not limited to; sausage, pepper, onion, spinach, lemon, Beer(part of every students staple diet), garlic, recaito and rice. I used yellow rice, simply because I did not have white rice...I will put up a better dish that pairs with yellow rice later.
-Simmer sausages in beer, then add everything else. Add spinach last. Salt and pepper to taste. Enjoy your dog food.


-Spinach, recaito, mozzarella, and a touch of blue cheese in the pan to your left.
-Ground beef, garlic, BEER, Worcestershire, and whatever you want in your burger patties to the right.
-HOLLA!!! to another cheap ass bangin' dish. Don't be afraid to go spinach crazy, 2 ounces will shrink into almost nothing...a forceful way to get them greens. Stay fly ladies and gentleman...

Sunday, March 28, 2010

Taylor ham and fish...

only if you dare...

11:17am (partly cloudy)

Serves myself, for most, 2 servings.

-1 egg
-4 pork tenderloins, cut about 3/4" thick
-Breading mix
-Olive oil
-1/2 carrot
-Teriyaki sauce or marinade
-White rice

Take some pork loins, dip them in flour(even coat), Then dip em some raw eggs, then coat them in bread crumbs...Fry em(I like olive oil). I use Japanese Style Panko breading, made by 4C...I'll verify that later... In a separate pan-chop some cabbage, fry in olive oil, add some teriyaki sauce.


Plate pork and rice, top with stir-fried cabbage, add some more sauce on top if you must. This is an actual image of the dish, no joke.

You set