CHEAP & SUMPTUOUS EATS – \”CASEATS\”

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French Baguets

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Summer Session 1 has started for my fellow UCDers and it is BURNing hot!  To start off the summer I would like to introduce to everyone this incredibility simple to make sandwich  This is a excellent sandwich to make if you’re short on time or if you’re just plain too lazy to make something too complicated.

Ingredients:

  • French Baguet (Good luck finding a French bakery in Davis…and avoid supermarket brand baguets they’re disgusting)
  • Cheese (I usually use Baby Swiss)
  • Salami (any other types of meat will also do)
  • Butter

First, cut the baguet in half (not completely, just enough so that the top and bottom won’t be in two pieces).  Next spread the butter then add the cheese and salami and you’re done!  Now wasn’t that simple…

-Greg

Taste ★★★★★

Price ★★★★★

Ease ★★★★★

June 28, 2006 Posted by | CollegEATs | 4 Comments

Ice Cream Spectacular

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This is one of my favorite dessert recipes because it’s quick, easy, and best of all, DELICIOUS!!!  I was bored one night, and I decided to kick my boring ice cream up a notch.  This is GREAT!!!

 Ingredients:

  • Ice cream (any flavor of your choice)
  • Waffles (I prefer Eggo’s Cinnamon Toast Crunch but any type of waffle will do)

All you got to do is pop in the waffles into the toaster.  Once you’re done with that start scooping away.  The final step is digging in!  This receipe is as simple as it gets!

 -Greg

Taste ★★★★★

Price ★★★★★

Ease ★★★★★

May 26, 2006 Posted by | CollegEATs, Sweets | 4 Comments

Fruity DLite

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Here’s a very simple yet tasty treat for everyone.  This dish is also great for us college students, it’s so easy and fast to make, not to mention healthy.  I also made this dish for my girlfriend as a little breakfast treat and she loved it.  This is what you’ll need:

  • 1 Store bought container of yogurt (I used Strawberry, but you may use which ever flavor you like)
  • Banana
  • Strawberries
  • Grapes
  • Kiwi
  • And any other kinds of fruits you may like (I would avoid anything citrus, it doesn’t go too well with yogurt)

The great thing about this dish is that you can cut the pieces of fruit to any type of shape you may like and arrange it to which ever way you see fit.  As you can see from the picture, you can really make some wonderful designs.  Once you arranged everything, you can either put the yogurt in a seperate bowl or grab a spoon and splatter yogurt everywhere.  Enjoy!

-Greg

Taste ★★★★★

Price ★★★★★

Ease ★★★★★

May 25, 2006 Posted by | CollegEATs, Sweets | 2 Comments