There will come a time (or a few times) every semester when you open your fridge with dread and find half-eaten hot dogs, stale bread and some dead fruit flies. Yum. Maybe a messy fridge will finally stop your roommate’s boyfriend from eating all of your stuff.
But if you ever want to have a nice meal again without having to play fridge-Tetris, it’s time to invest $10 in one of these bad boys:
The best thing about slow cooking is virtually no clean-up! Just throw everything in, plug it in and press a button. Perfect one pot meals… plus plates. Or, you can say f**k it and eat straight out of the pot.
Anywho, don’t cry over almost sour milk. Here are three easy, life-changing (or should I say, recycling?) recipes to give commonly dying food a second chance at life:
Honestly who doesn’t like some good ol’ bread and cheese, amped-up? Warm, soft and in all its savory goodness, this is a perfect late-breakfast aka post-Friday night kind of dish.
When Campbell’s or Progresso just doesn’t cut it for ya, it’s time to take matters into your own pot.
Make your bland pasta more exciting with super easy DIY sauce.