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    Senior Member Nat's Avatar
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    is your idea of gourmet cooking, boiling water and making yourself a box of mac

    and cheese?

    i suck at cooking..

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    what does gourmet mean

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    No. Baked seasoned chicken (sliced) put on some lettuce, sprinkled goat cheese, olives and teaspoon of olive oil. Then boil water for the pasta and mix it with alfredo sauce/sliced baked mushrooms.

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    not really.

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    honestly yes. I love mac and cheese, I would add chicken or hot dog pieces.

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    yes. what you do is use the cheeze they give you, and also add in a tiny bit of cream, and maybe a dash of cream cheeze, and a tiny bit of seasoning salt. for fun, take a tortilla and some mac and cheeze and make a m & c burrito. (try it it's amazing)

    refried beans, lettuce, cream cheese, shredded cheese, quacamole burritos are gourmet for me,,,,

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    Yes, and that's why I would only make such a dish if I was having company for dinner. When I'm by myself I root for leftovers among the garbage cans in the alley.

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    No,thats not gourmet cooking to me.It maybe for some I guess!

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    Spaghetti, actually.

    It's somehow more gourmet.

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    You almost got it didn'tcha. Your gonna have to try harder than that.


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