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Barring any concern about health or waistline...
1. Pasta with butter and cheese
I call this 'depression pasta' and there are several versions of it. If it's just a listless, overcast Sunday night in November, maybe I'll have whole wheat pasta with some Brummel and Brown and some nice grated Parmesan from the co-op. If everything is horrible and I hate everyone, I'll eat that awful green box, white flour spaghetti, with margarine and cheap, rubbishy, powdery "Parmesan" "cheese." And immediately get a stomachache. Whatever. I care not. It tastes like childhood.
Toasted sourdough, a schmere of mayo, fancy vine-ripened tomatoes, lettuce, Morningstar Farms "breakfast strips," piles of cracked pepper. I could eat these for lunch and dinner, every day from May-September.
3. Avocado on toast
Vogel's bread (what up, NZ?!), mashed avocado, salt, pepper. Yum.
4. Bun Chay
Noodles, fried tofu, peanut sauce. Why would you ever eat anything else?
5. Mexican roasted corn
Carbs with cheese. Do you see a reoccurring theme?
6. Twice baked potatoes
Particularly when prepared by your grandma.
7. The bacon garlic cheesy grits at The Cheeky Monkey.
WHY U NO SERVE THEM WITH BRUNCH?!
What are you every-day-till-i-die foods?
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