What's for Dinner Dilemma

Yes, food is delicious and all but food can also be crazy annoying! I mean the never ending eating/cooking train can get you scrambling at 4pm to decide that irritating thought...What's For Dinner Tonight. As you weed through your dented pinto bean cans and unopened baking soda you come across a few staples and figure let's do takeout. But with just a few staples you can make a good meal. Here are three foods you can make tonight with the remaining items in your pantry and freezer. Eggs. Quiche is an excellent choice when you are low on pantry items but want a lot of flavor. If you don't have any flour you can also go crustless making more of a dinner frittata. You can throw in anything you have left in your fridge, a slice or two of ham, leftover cheese, veggies from last night's dinner, and dried or frozen herbs. Just season well and serve it on a nice plate with the last of your boxed wine and you go from starving to master chef in no time. Pasta. You have to have a box left in your pantry somewhere. No matter the style pasta: elbow to farfalle, pasta is pasta and can be a meal in no time. Cook up your pasta and toss in whatever you have left of any frozen veggies you can find. Peas are usually in the back of my freezer and go great in this menu. Once you have your pasta and veggies cooked up, drain and add in olive oil and some red pepper. I usually steal extra packets from the Pizza Hut to-go station at the mall and store them in my condiment drawer. Adding a pinch of...
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