A 90's era FreddyChef army (Canadian) ration in a boilbag. Ham omelette. Fucking fantastic. Stole a crate of rations when I left. The ham omellettes, you heat up on the manifold of your jeep and stick in your boots as footwarmers, to open and eat later. Can't do THAT with some POS dehydrated Yank MRE!
Ex-Christmas cold cuts - beef shredded and mixed through pasta with leftover gravy reduction, sliced ham with cheese and crackers, bubble and squeak (a sort of hash br0wn to use up old veg: potato, parsnips, carrots and sprouts) with turkey.
Traditional Goulash soup, chicken paprikash and gundel pancake (crepe pancake with walnut cream inside and topped in a chocolate sauce) while on a trip to Hungary. They do great food for the cold weather. Very filling though. Cheap as well.
Does beer count as food?
Seriously, I made lentils's soup for me and my family. It was delicious. I made it with potato, carrot, onion, tomato, two cloves of garlic and chorizo (a smoked spicy sausage). Tomorrow for dinner I will blend it and make it a puree.
Wendys up the road from me got in kiosk ordering, turns out there's a lot of free options for sauces on burgers, and if you get one of those $4 bags you can max size the fries for only sixty cents more.
I tried the mac and cheese at Chick-fil-A and it was deliciiiouuuus. Super creamy and it had a little bit of the crust that optimal mac gets. I succumed to the lure of delicious fried chicken and got a 4-strip meal instead of a 3 like usual and it ended up being way more than I needed to eat. I was sort of healthy though, I decided to get lemonade instead of a milkshake. Lemons are fruit, that's totally healthy.