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Living the life of a regular person--teetering indefinitely on the edge of total destitution, that is to say--you get familiar with the tension between the limits of your financial wherewithal and the ugh like totally selfish desire to not just eat pasta and plain rice and cereal all the time and get scurvy.

How to Braise a Big Chuck Roast, And Stave Off Scurvy, For Now

How to make Alfredo sauce two ways: with cream, and without.

Two Ways To Make Alfredo Sauce So Rich It'll Stop Your Heart

Two Ways To Make Alfredo Sauce So Rich It'll Stop Your Heart - Use the first recipe unless you want to hate yourself. Well, ok, you'll still hate yourself with the first recipe, but not till *after* the meal, instead of during the cooking process!

Bucatini w/ toasted breadcrumbs and garlic. Fresh, simple and delicious.

Bucatini with Toasted Bread Crumbs: One of those elemental yet marvelous pastas made from almost nothing but a cooks inventiveness

Cheeseburger Pasta! I used stewed tomatoes in place of diced and then separated them while they cooked with a wooden spatula.

Cheeseburger Macaroni Casserole

I used stewed tomatoes in place of diced and then separated them while they cooked with a wooden spatula.

How To Make Your Own Mac And Cheese: A Guide For Mad Scientists

How To Make Your Own Mac And Cheese: A Guide For Mad Scientists

How To Make Your Own Mac And Cheese: A Guide For Mad Scientists. Really more of an entertaining article than a recipe. But it is a recipe.

Spaghetti With Fresh Tomato Sauce and Basil recipe from

Spaghetti With Fresh Tomato Sauce and Basil

Spaghetti With Fresh Tomato Sauce and Basil Recipe from "New Italian Cooking," courtesy of chef Scott Conant of Scarpetta

Not as famous as Pad Thai but just as delicious, this classic Thai dish calls for stir-frying rice noodles with soy sauce. The unique flavor comes from browning the ingredients and allowing the sauce to caramelize. Your pan should be so hot that you hear a sizzle throughout cooking.

Pad See Ew

Pad See Ew is a classic Thai dish that calls for stir-frying rice noodles with soy sauce. The unique flavor comes from browning the ingredients and allowing the sauce to caramelize. Your pan should be so hot that you hear a sizzle throughout cooking.

Low Calorie, High Flavor Sides

Lose Weight with These Delicious Low-Calorie Sides

Lose Weight with These Delicious Low-Calorie Sides - Cooking Light

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