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I ate this way too often in college. Once you've made up the ingredients for this recipe, you have flexible options for leftover meals.

Sghetti Sammich

1 lb. box of spaghetti
Your favorite jar of spaghetti sauce (I'm an Old World Ragu girl myself)
French bread, Kaiser roll, Hoagie bun, or any other type of cushiony bread stuff
Garlic Salt
Parmesan cheese (Kraft if you wanna "Real Italian" meal) [optional]
Oregano [optional]
Mozzarella cheese [optional]

Boil yourself up some spaghetti noodles. While you're waiting, spread your sandwich bread with butter or margarine and sprinkle garlic salt to taste. If you're a left brainer who needs a number, 1/4 a teaspoon for each slice should do it. If you're fancy and want a nice crisp garlic bread, bake the slathered bread in the oven at 350 for 5-7 minutes. If you're feeling like a quick lunch, microwave it on high for 30-45 seconds. [I never tried this with cheese, but I betcha putting a layer of mozzarella on at this point would be yumtastic.]

Once your spaghetti is ready, drain it and quickly add enough sauce to coat it (you can keep the rest of the jar in the refrigerator for next time... store it upside down to slow down spoilage). The heat of the spaghetti negates the need to heat up the sauce.

Now put as much spaghetti between two pieces of garlic bread as you like. If desired, sprinkle with a little parmesan or oregano.

You can always eat any leftover pasta as a side dish. Leftovers can make later, more conventional, spaghetti dinners.

Heather, Chicago

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Heres my favorite dish.


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Chicken Cordon Bleu

1 Chicken Breast

1 Piece of Swiss cheese

1 Piece of lunchmeat ham

Flour, Egg, Seasoned Bread Crumbs

Fillet the chicken breast (meaning cut it half along the flat dimension so you get a top and bottom half). Stop before you cut all the way through so that the top and bottom half are still connected at one end. Put the ham and cheese between the two layers of chicken, and then roll the entire piece up. Use toothpicks to hold it together. Coat the chicken in flour, egg, and bread crumbs in that order. Place in a tray and bake at 375 for 45 minutes or until the chicken is cooked. Makes one serving (though many will prefer to have 2 servings).

I like this recipe because you can use cheapest cheese and ham and it still tastes good, and prep time less than 2 minutes.

DN from Poughkeepsie NY

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So Odd Todd, this whole "no work, no mon-ay" situation has really inspired me to watch your cartoons, like, every day... Just when I start thinking about getting up and looking for a job, I think, "But wait, I could miss out on a new Odd Todd cartoon today." And while I lay on the couch watching Comedy Central waiting for 2005 to roll around, I think about what I can eat to pass the time. So, I came up with a recipe that I think you'd like.

First you take some ramen noodles and cook 'em....

dice up some Oscar Mayer hot dogs.... you can use Ballpark, I like Oscar Mayer.

Toss 'em in a bowl, add a dash of tabasco.... mix it up.... it's good.

Then you've got yourself a hot dog pasta!

Maybe you can feature this new recipe on your website... and then you can pay me some residuals since I've got, like, no mon-ay. Or, like, we could make up a new website of all of our recipes, and like, sell them to people. Yeah.... that's a great idea! So until then, have faith... "bee" positive... and keep up the good work.

Vick-ay, Abb-ay, and Mar-ay
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