You wake up at 7:45 a.m. for an 8:00 a.m. class, take notes until 3:00 p.m. and study until dinner. It's 6:30 p.m. now, there's nothing to eat, and you are meeting someone at the library at 7:30 in the evening. But wait-- there is chicken in the refrigerator and rice in the cupboard; add some steamed carrots and you have an inexpensive, gourmet meal in about 30 minutes.

Most cookbooks will tell you that it takes time and energy to prepare an elegant meal. Forget it! Cooking a good tasting meal can be easy, fast and does not even require much planning. While students do not have much time to shop for food or prepare meals, they can make good tasting food.

This blog is for the student who wants a good meal quickly, inexpensively, reliably and most importantly to some people, without a mess to clean up. Most of the following recipes can be prepared in an apartment, dorm, or house as long as there is some heat source (gas, wood, electricity, propane).Microwaves also come in handy for reheating food if there is one available.Fresh, rather than frozen, foods always seem to taste better. For the highest nutritional value, fresh is best. Frozen vegetables also help in a pinch.

The recipes in this blog are designed to feed between one and four people depending on the appetite of each individual. The emphasis of each recipe is on taste, speed and ease of preparation, cost, and lack of clean-up responsibilities.Here you will see simple tasty dishes that are inexpensive. The manner in which each item is prepared is only one of many variation which are possible. Each recipe should be regarded as a suggestion rather than a rule to prepare the meal.

So, if you need some additional time to cram for your next test but would like a decent meal, try a couple recipes here.


Required : 1 skillet (frying) pan (nonstick-type), 2 medium sized pots, 2 spatulas (turner), 1 cooking spoon, 1 can opener, 1 sharp cutting knife

Optional : small frying pan, rice cooker, steamer, ladle, wire whisk, colander, vegetable peeler, cutting board, slotted spoons, blender, blender, measuring cups and spoons.

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