What's Your Go-To Food?

Ireland
April 9, 2012 11:21am CST
When you couldn't be bothered cooking, what is your go-to food? For me, it has to be some form of pizza. If I'm feeling like a pig, it's a full blown pepperoni pizza, when I'm feeling like I shouldn't be eating a full pizza, it's pizza baguettes. So, how about you?
5 responses
@Loverbear (4928)
• United States
9 Apr 12
My Mom always said that I would eat anything....as long as it was pizza!!! Fortunately Bill loves pizza as much as I do. I would hate having a boy friend that hates pizza. We have pizza several times a month, and when ever possible we travel to the county seat and have pizza there. There is the most wonderful pizza place there...Pizza SoLo. We got totally hooked on their pizza and sauce for dipping it. In fact I am going to suggest going there this week too. It's one of the few pizzas that is great cold! I'm not a big fan of boxed pizzas, and the one I used to really like has gotten to be nothing more than cardboard with pizza sauce on it. Red Baron's used to be really great but of late the quality is just not there. We switched to another brand and it's okay but not as good as a restaurant pizza. I started making my own mini pizzas. A little sauce on an English muffin, tons of cheese and pepperoni and if I have it, sausage, and into the microwave. I also will do a form of it on flour tortillas. Only I leave out the sauce and that way it isn't so messy to eat. YUM! Pass the pizza please!
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• Ireland
10 Apr 12
Pizza, pizza, pizza! We're all pizza lovers here I think lol. Yes, making your own. Definitely going to have to suck it up and try it. We eat it around once a week, and we eat bought lasagne here once a week too. After that it's anyone's guess what dinner is going to be. There's not much variety in this house with my pork allergy and my other half's dislike for a multitude of veggies and other dishes I love to cook and eat.... Grumble...
@Loverbear (4928)
• United States
10 Apr 12
My other half doesn't like veggies either. He also doesn't eat fish, which is one of my favorite foods. As far as veggies go, he will eat salads, radishes, and corn and that's it. I don't much care for commercial lasagne. It lacks so much including a ton and a half of cheese. I make lasagna and it takes a full day to make it. I usually make several containers of it and freeze it until later when I'm not so tired of making it and smelling the ingredients. There are a couple of dishes I want to try myself. I feel that it's a waste to cook for one person but for some of the stuff I want to try I am going to have to suck it up and cook it for one. I really want to try ratatouille it looks so sumptuous, but Bill won't go near it let alone take one tiny bite! So, either I get to pig out or freeze the left overs.
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@Anne18 (11036)
10 Apr 12
Sorry its a bit healthy. I go for a salad, just a nice green salad, plain simple and not many calories in it. Or fruit, love bananas, apples etc
• Ireland
10 Apr 12
Ooh.... You're not part of the gang lol
@Anne18 (11036)
11 Apr 12
Oh well never mind, have been told for years that i'm different and don't follow the crowd!!LOL
• Ireland
13 Apr 12
If you ask me Anne, it's the best way to be!
• United States
9 Apr 12
Well let me see here I would have to say it woul be something for the microwave and I think I have become addicted to the Three cheese chicken from michellins1 Or even mashed potatoes but those homemade!
• Ireland
9 Apr 12
Three cheese chicken... Now that sounds like it's got a few saturated fats hanging around there that my tight jeans have had more than enough of in the last while! You know, we don't have a microwave!
@TrvlArrngr (4058)
• United States
9 Apr 12
If I am in a rush I will usually pick up subs for us for dinner or a pizza. That is a fail safe that is liked by all in the family.
• Ireland
9 Apr 12
The general consensus appears to be pizza!
@ecaron (678)
• Canada
9 Apr 12
I like pizza too. Recently, my husband discovered a good frozen kind at the grocery store that we really like because it's the closest one to take out that we've found. Take out or delivery is so much more expensive so we've used the grocery store one more often lately.
• Ireland
9 Apr 12
Luckily enough, we live in the back of beyond where pizza delivery places have never even heard of, so there's no risk on spending hard earned and harder saved cash on one of those bad boys!