Bachelor Food of the Week 11/18-11/25:

Peanut Butter Crackers!

Ingredients:

Premium Brand Saltines: $2-$3 at Safeway

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Jif Creamy Peanut Butter: $3-$5 at Safeway

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Directions:

1. Take out 23 Saltines from one sleeve of the Premium box.

2. Spread a medium size amount of peanut butter on a cracker and cover said cracker with peanut butter on it with another cracker. This creates a sandwich like effect with the crackers and peanut butter.

3. Repeat 9 more times.

4. With the 3 crackers left, cover each individual one with peanut butter, and eat without covering it with another cracker.

This delicious meal MUST be eaten with the addition of a carbonated beverage, preferably Diet Pepsi. If not, it will ruin the whole peanut butter crackers experience.

If additional sustenance is required, I highly recommend Finding Nemo fruit snacks.

Bachelor Food of the Week 11/11-11/17

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Lean Cuisine French Bread Pizza Deluxe. $2.17 at Fred Meyers

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and depending on how hungry you are, with Pepperidge Farm Texas Toast. $2.50 for 8 pieces at Freddies.

I highly recommend this for the hunger conscious bachelor. Not only does the Lean Cuisine Pizza taste great, but it is also moderately healthy. That will insure that you can eat as many unhealthy pieces of Texas Toast as humanly possibly without feeling like a fatty.

Directions:

Lean Cuisine: throw in the microwave for roughly 3 minutes or until you’re hungry.

Texas Toast: throw in a toaster oven for roughly 4 minutes or until you pizza is done.

Recommended drink: Diet Pepsi, High Life, or a PBR.

Warning: Kinda greasy, so if you don’t have any napkins, rub it on the cheapests couch in your apartment or possibly jeans if they are Old Navy quality or less.