Have you ever made an experiment meal?

@waynet (2650)
December 28, 2006 1:38pm CST
What I mean by this is made a meal out of anything you had in the cupboard that was nearing it's Best before date so you decided to throw it all in a pan and hope for the best. I did this not so long ago, mashed potatoe, brown sauce,peas,beans,tomatoes,onions,mustard, and a dash of hundreds and thousands with a sprinkling of almonds. Did I puke? why certainly!!!
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@Trace86 (5033)
• United States
28 Dec 06
I have made a creative mish-mash meal before. Thinking, well, I like this and I like that, how about together? Some of my creations work and some don't. I always have a back-up box of mac just in case.
@waynet (2650)
28 Dec 06
I once found an ancient cook book with some foods I'd never heard of and as a kid at the time, I tried to find the next best ingredients that wasn't in the books ingredients and just popped it all in a pan and it was delicious. But to this day nothing I try to do as spontaneous as that ever matches my past master chef excellence.
• United States
28 Dec 06
I found a box of macaroni and cheese and a can of tuna. I mixed it all together, and it's actually pretty good. It tastes a lot like tuna helper, only cheaper. It costs about $1 to make and it feeds two adults. That's not a bad bargain in my book.
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@soldenski (2504)
• United States
1 Jan 07
Every time I cook it is an experiment!!!lol I am not a good cook so, it really is true.
@waynet (2650)
2 Jan 07
Me too our christmas dinner was an experiment and it got out of control pretty fast!