Current student at Penn State University, majoring in Psychology with a Business minor.
Pretzels or crackers or popcorn.
Also those lifesaver wintergreen mints. I'll eat 10 in a sitting and get an awful bellyache!
Thin crust, well done. Fresh mozzarella, mushrooms and hot peppers.
Watermelon, feta and mint is DELICIOUS. My fave!
Celery in anything. Especially when you don't expect that little CRUNCH. Ewwwww.
Mint and chocolate. Ugh, it is like eating toothpaste usually.
My roomie puts honey in her mac and cheese. Ugh, again.
It might not actually have a name, or it may be their variation on the Black Forest cake.
I'm still in college. My Dad pays for my groceries every week, but I still try to keep it reasonable. I'm glad we have a Wegman's, because they definitely have the best quality produce around here, and 9 times out of 10, it's the least expensive. I love rice and beans, so I make those a lot, and oatmeal! I looove old fashioned oatmeal in the big container. Yum. Hmmm...I eat a lot of eggs (egg in a frame is one of my comfort foods! My dad always made that for me as a kid.) Whole wheat pasta and homemade sauce (which is kept in bulk in the freezer). And whatever yogurt is on sale. I usually have frozen veggies in the freezer, and most nights of the week, my dinner is some sort of steamed/sauteed vegetable and a protein like tofu or whatever fish is on sale. I do love Kraft Mac and Cheese still. Oh, and I make a huge batch of brown rice sometimes, and just add different things to it through the week (corn, peas, beans, tofu, peppers, onions, mushrooms, green beans, etc)
Yay New Jersey!
Taylor Ham is the first thing I plan to eat when I start consuming meat again. Taylor ham, egg and cheese on a hard roll. From a deli or diner, preferably with American cheese. But I''ve had with mozzarella...delish too :)
Triple grande no foam skinny vanilla latte,. I go every morning, I live above one. The Baristas in mine are SO friendly and chipper, they make my day each time I visit them! They know my drink before I even get to the register.
My Mom hates cooking for one. (She and Dad divorced when I was 13.) When they were together, she had home-cooked meals on the table every night. Always yummy. However, nowadays, when I come home from school for the weekend or for break...I leave 4-5 casseroles in the freezer (chicken parm, chicken marsala, baked ziti, veal francese...etc) for her to heat up during the week. Gotta look out for my Mama, she still cares more for everyone else than herself!
stained glass cookies. sugar cookies with hard candies dropped in the middle, they melt and create a gorgeous glass effect.
Pumpkin bread...and brussels sprouts! I loveeee brussels sprouts!
I'm about as conservative as they come, and I fit mostly into the liberal foodie type. I guess going to an extremely liberal school will do that :)
I make a black bean and corn salad with lime juice, among other things. Adds a nice zing at the end!
Whole grain bread, nutella and bananas...grilled and sprinkled with brown sugar. Or whole grain bread with sharp cheddar and green apples, again grilled.
greek salad, or sushi. yum.
So far just a Jonagold apple and a Skinny Vanilla Latte. My teeth are really bugging me from those super-extra powerful Crest Whitestrips.
It gives me an idea though...how about frozen blueberries, raspberries or strawberries? That'd be neat!
Granny Smith apples and tuna was a favorite...so was Mozzarella, Jalapeno and Salmon. I made one roll for my ex boyfriend that loved (totally NON traditional)...prosciutto, provolone, broccoli rabe and shiitake mushroom. it sounds like the weirdest combination...but it worked!! I also like one roll I had at a trendy sushi place here...Asparagus, mushroom and roasted pumpkin! It was the "Autumn Roll"
Egg white omelet with asparagus and baby bella mushrooms, with lots of green Tabasco!!
Delicious Orchards in Colts Neck or Dearborn Farms in Holmdel both make EXCELLENT pies!
Minestrone, French Onion, Mushroom Barley, Broccoli Cheese, Miso, Tomato and GOOD Hot and Sour! droooooooooool....
I'm in!! I go to Penn State :) I have some good tailgate recipes and stories :)