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Reppin': Mr. Wiggles
If you've gotten as far as to read Internet articles about Internet forums (as you apparently have) but you're still not killing yourself by eating dishes of incredible unhealthiness devised by fellow Internet people, well I just don't know what to do with you.
- Just wrap that steak in bacon, grill it, then toss it in the blender with jamon iberico and you're all set.
Any good pasta recipies for the broke ass?
- "This might sound weird, but hear me out. I figured out a way to make bolognese with cheese on the SUPER cheap (a red meat sauce)
-can of tomato paste (only about a dollar!)
-package of store-brand cheese dogs
parboil the hot dogs (don't cook them all the way)
Put in the blender- tomato paste, water, parboiled hot dogs
pulse blend if you like it sort of chunky (its a little more authentic), blend the hell out of it if you want a creamy sauce
Boil the pasta as usual, I like it al dente but whatever, and then in a shallow pan put in the noodles and the sauce and cook it a little longer, stirring occasionally! That is it!
Alternately you can make a kind of casserole if you put it in a pyrex and pop it in the oven, it will get a nice crust."
- Yes, pretzels do indeed rock our collective socks.
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