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Deebo

"Messkin" Deebo
Jun 5, 2013
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Well, shit like this where we gotta cut back pops up every 5 or 6 years, so let's get all ghetto up in here.

Rick's Prison Spread

What you'll need:

Top Ramen (1 package per person)
Crunchy Cheetos
Gringo Bandito hot sauce
Other crap

What you'll need to do:

The main ingredient is Top Ramen soup.
  1. Crunch up the noodles and throw in the spices from the little packet. Don't worry about mixing flavors (it's all good). Pour noodles and spices into a trash bag.
  2. Now comes the fun part. You start adding all the stuff you like: cans of tuna, Gringo Bandito, flavored popcorn, crunchy cheetos, corn chips (don't use potato chips - they'll get soggy), basically you throw in anything you can get, when you're in prison.
  3. Then add enough really hot water to cook the mess, tie the trash bag closed and let it cook.
  4. Then you "spread" a newspaper on a table and open up the trash bag. Everyone grabs a fork and you all stand around the spread, eating and talking about what you're in jail for.
 

Deebo

"Messkin" Deebo
Jun 5, 2013
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Show dem balls bro
Let's do a simple recipe for those who are novice home chefs:


Gringo Bandito & Beer

What you'll need:

Beer - we recommend any good Mexican beer like Sol, Pacifico, or Corona
Gringo Bandito hot sauce
Lime

What you'll need to do:

  1. Crack open beer, add a wedge of lime.
  2. Splash in Gringo Bandito to taste.
  3. Pour a little out on the ground for your homies that are locked up or dead, and pound the rest
 

Deebo

"Messkin" Deebo
Jun 5, 2013
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Show dem balls bro
Now we're getting a little more advanced....

Ramen Magnifico

What you'll need:

2 packages beef flavor Top Ramen
1 lb. ground beef
½ to 1 tsp. Mexican seasoning or chili powder
Cheddar cheese, shredded
Gringo Bandito hot sauce

What you'll need to do:

  1. Break up noodles in package before opening.
  2. Add noodles to 2 cups boiling water (save both seasoning packets to add to ground beef while cooking).
  3. Cook noodles uncovered, stir occasionally for 3 minutes.
  4. Rinse and drain well.
  5. Cook ground beef with seasoning packets and ½ to 1 teaspoon Mexican seasoning or chili powder until meat is browned.
  6. Arrange meat over hot noodles.
  7. Top with shredded cheese and Gringo Bandito.
 

Deebo

"Messkin" Deebo
Jun 5, 2013
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Show dem balls bro
Hold the phone everyone should have what you need to make this at home:

Ghetto Pizza


What you'll need:

2 Tbsp spaghetti sauce
1 slice of white bread
1 slice American cheese
Pepper and oregano (To taste, if desired)
Gringo Bandito hot sauce

What you'll need to do:

  1. Put the sauce on the bread.
  2. Add a splash of Gringo Bandito and cover with the cheese.
  3. Sprinkle with pepper and dried oregano, if you feel like it.
  4. Put it in the toaster oven and toast it until the cheese is bubbly.
  5. That's it.
 

Trail

R.I.P. Joe Rein
May 24, 2013
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Well, shit like this where we gotta cut back pops up every 5 or 6 years, so let's get all ghetto up in here.

Rick's Prison Spread

What you'll need:

Top Ramen (1 package per person)
Crunchy Cheetos
Gringo Bandito hot sauce
Other crap

What you'll need to do:

The main ingredient is Top Ramen soup.
  1. Crunch up the noodles and throw in the spices from the little packet. Don't worry about mixing flavors (it's all good). Pour noodles and spices into a trash bag.
  2. Now comes the fun part. You start adding all the stuff you like: cans of tuna, Gringo Bandito, flavored popcorn, crunchy cheetos, corn chips (don't use potato chips - they'll get soggy), basically you throw in anything you can get, when you're in prison.
  3. Then add enough really hot water to cook the mess, tie the trash bag closed and let it cook.
  4. Then you "spread" a newspaper on a table and open up the trash bag. Everyone grabs a fork and you all stand around the spread, eating and talking about what you're in jail for.
I want to make some of that.
 
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Ronsonfly

Toxic White Male
May 8, 2013
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Can't get much simpler or any more classic, really. Sos, eggs and chips with brown sauce.

Minor spin on it was I did sauté cubes rather than chips, as I invariably do now. It's much easier to get consistent results in terms of colour and crisp over chips, I find, and involves way less oil.

Just about to do some batch cooking of some beef mince for ragu and cottage pie and some chicken for a curry. All of that benefits from cooking and leaving to mature before eating.
 
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SwollenGoat

Deicide
May 17, 2013
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the normal jasmine rice and chicken leg quarter tonight...........

got a million frozen chicken bits and buy the rice in 25 pound bags from the asian market............

toss some raw snowpeas and garlic into the hot rice,stir and let sit for a couple minutes and yer golden..............
 
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Just had a sandwich remeber a thread random stuff on sandwiches .Micro chips cheese brown sauce salt and pepper is quality I have that after a 24 hr fast alot after work just had micro chips chesse and tomato sauce on 2 slices of bread tastes great .
 

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Now we're getting a little more advanced....

Ramen Magnifico

What you'll need:

2 packages beef flavor Top Ramen
1 lb. ground beef
½ to 1 tsp. Mexican seasoning or chili powder
Cheddar cheese, shredded
Gringo Bandito hot sauce

What you'll need to do:

  1. Break up noodles in package before opening.
  2. Add noodles to 2 cups boiling water (save both seasoning packets to add to ground beef while cooking).
  3. Cook noodles uncovered, stir occasionally for 3 minutes.
  4. Rinse and drain well.
  5. Cook ground beef with seasoning packets and ½ to 1 teaspoon Mexican seasoning or chili powder until meat is browned.
  6. Arrange meat over hot noodles.
  7. Top with shredded cheese and Gringo Bandito.
Going to have to try this. My ground beef is all frozen burger patties, but they should work fine.
 
Jun 5, 2013
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Just cooked a large piece of marinated beef on the BBQ and knocked up a few salads to go with it. Also had a few balls of mozzarella that had to be eaten and a load of basil in the garden that would soon rot. So, the cheese and basil and a few big tomatoes and some salt, pepper and balsamic made a great starter with some bread on the side.

....also did a few par-boiled, roughed up and then roasted salad potatoes to add a bit of crunch to the salads.

Washed down with a few Coronas.
 
Aug 2, 2013
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Tinned mackerel, 40 gram grated parmesan, 20 gram grated cheddar, 2 pea sized bits of wasabi (or horseradish I guess), some chives or other dried herbs, salt, pepper and a couple of large tablespoons of yoghurt or cream.

Mix all together and spread over some slices of bread, then chuck under the grill.

Absolutely beautiful.