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Stranded in a hotel in an African war zone with no internet access for two weeks, I was forced to resort to desperate measures. Possessing only my passport and the clothes I stood up in; and the warning "You can catch it shaking hands with a vicar out there" ringing in my ears, I had to draw my own porn in order to preserve my sanity.

Alas, it all came out looking like Coronation Street's Audrey Roberts, but, as they say, any port in a storm.

What have you done in times of great desperation?

(, Thu 15 Nov 2007, 10:10)
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Seeing as we are trading recipies.
Here's my signature budget meal:

Half bag of smartprice pasta
Jar of smartprice bolognaise sauce (or morrisons bettabuy pasta sauce)
cheese (optional, maybe)
butter (optional)

Preheat the oven to 180c
Knob pasta, jar of sauce and jar of sauce filled up to the top of the label in a baking dish and stir. Bake for 20 minutes.

Grate cheese topping. Add knob of butter to pasta and stir, add chese topping, bake for another 15-20 minutes (according to texture and taste).

Enjoy. Feeds 2 or one greedy bastard.

It may take a while but it's effortless, apart from cleaning the pyrex dish.
(, Mon 19 Nov 2007, 21:38, 2 replies)
is knob pasta
like knob cheese?
(, Tue 20 Nov 2007, 13:03, closed)
Since we're onto handy tips
Soak the pyrex dish using a solution of biological washing powder in boiling water. Should soak off pretty well in about ten minutes. Repeat if necessary. Rinse thoroughly!!
Supermarket own-brand powder works as well as the big-name stuff and costs less than a quid (and a lot less than so-called power sprays).
(, Tue 20 Nov 2007, 14:05, closed)

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