What to do When You Have the Munchies

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It’s 8pm on a rainy Wednesday evening and you’ve invited friends over to kick back, smoke a bowl, and Netflix-and-chill.

Like that’s never been done before?

Right around 15 minutes after the last joint smoked the subject of food comes up. The question is: do you order a pizza or check the kitchen cabinets? Most of us would steer clear of the kitchen, especially if there’s no food that would satisfy your munchies.

You know what I mean, the stuff that instantly pops out at you with bright colors and high sugar content. These foods are quite high-friendly. Some examples might be: Tombstone Deluxe Frozen Pizzas, Strawberry Pop-Tarts, or Sour Cream and Onion Pringles. Sure, you could go through all 64 individually wrapped slices of Kraft American cheese, but what you really want is a meal to satisfy your munchies.

You don’t have any good food you say? Quit crying and take a closer look. Most of us have lots of food in our cabinets that’s been there for several months. This could amount to a feast in most third world countries. We’ve just been too finicky, or too lazy, to actually cook something, or just hit the bong too much.

How do I know? Because I’ve been there, man.

Below you’ll see a few pictures taken of my fridge and cabinets. Below them, in no particular order, is a basic description of their contents. Use your imagination and create the best meal possible. Entries will be judged on menu depth, creativity, and overall yumminess. Just e-mail us your meal with a breakdown of how each dish is put together. Make sure you use only ingredients specified below.

Good Luck!

FRIDGE – MAIN

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FRIDGE – SIDE

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(Yes, wayyy too many condiments.)

CABINET

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Condiments:

Hellmann’s Mayonnaise

Worcestershire Sauce

Pickle Relish

Louisiana Hot Sauce

Yellow Mustard

Soy Sauce

A1 Sauce

Tartar Sauce

Heinz Ketchup

Plochman’s Premium Stone Ground Mustard

Chicken Broth

Apricot Preserves

Grape Jelly

Strawberry Jelly

Hershey’s Syrup

Quart of Picante Sauce

Roasted Garlic & Herb Prego Sauce

3 1/2 Tomatoes

Semi-Fresh Cilantro

Horseradish

1 Gallon Margarita Mix

Loaf of 7 Grain Bread

5 Eggs

Gouda Cheese

Havarti Cheese

7 Slices of American Cheese

Romano/Parmesan Cheese

Whipped Cream

Newman’s Dijon Lime Salad Dressing

Western Dressing

Chunky Blue Cheese Dressing

Dill Pickles

Vlasic Sweet Gherkins

Stuffed Queen Olives

Two Bottles Champagne

One Bottle Bordeaux

Minced Garlic

4 Sticks of Butter

1/2 tub Philly Cream Cheese

3 Split Chicken Breasts

1 1/2 lbs. Ground Turkey

Cabinet:

Box of Thin Spaghetti Pasta

1/2 Box of Rotini Pasta

3 Bottles of V8

2 Boxes of Stove Top Stuffing

Jar of Honey

6 Boxes Sugar Free Jello

Ramen Noodles

Smoked Pasilla Salsa

Lipton Onion Soup Mix

Corn Bread Mix

Rice a Roni Chicken Flavored

Rice a Roni Broccoli Au Gratin

Uncle Ben’s Wild Rice

Dry Package of Italian Herb Risotto

Zatarains Black-eyed Peas and Rice

1 small brick of Velveeta (Mexican Mild)

Fancy Smoked Oysters

Crawfish Shrimp and Crab Boil in a Bag

Easter M&Ms

Aunt Jemima Syrup

Lipton Pasta Packets:

Roasted Garlic and Olive Oil

Chicken

Creamy Pesto

Alfredo

1 Can VegAll Mixed Vegetables

1 Can Geisha Bamboo Shoots

1 Can Whole Potatoes

Wyler’s Soup Starter

1 Can Green Beans

1 Can Fancy Sweet Peas

Cans of Soup:

Cream of Mushroom

Minestrone (3)

Tomato

Olive Oil

Canola Oil

London Pub Vinegar

Jamaican Style Jerk Sauce

Frontera Grilling Sauce (Hot Smoky Chipotle Tomato)

French Fried Onions

Cream of Coconut

Chicken Gravy

Taco Seasoning

Three Bananas

Herbs and Spices:

Cumin

Coriander

Chili Powder

Red Pepper

Curry

Oregano

Celery Salt

Garlic Powder

Onion Powder

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