Sometimes, one loves a nice can of Beef-A-Roni.
|by Anonymous||reply 41||Yesterday at 7:33 AM|
I mean, "noP fellow citizen!
|by Anonymous||reply 1||Last Saturday at 3:11 PM|
I'm 67 and I don't think I've ever eaten it. Same for Spaghetti-Os.
|by Anonymous||reply 2||Last Saturday at 3:12 PM|
That would be a hard “No”
|by Anonymous||reply 3||Last Saturday at 3:14 PM|
I keep a few cans in my cupboard as emergency Can O Food when I don't have anything for dinner
|by Anonymous||reply 4||Last Saturday at 3:16 PM|
I'm waiting here patiently for all of the responses that everyone can make their own Beef-A-Roni faster and cheaper in their own kitchen
|by Anonymous||reply 5||Last Saturday at 3:19 PM|
Isn't it just ravioli in a tomato sauce?
|by Anonymous||reply 6||Last Saturday at 3:21 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 7||Last Saturday at 3:21 PM|
Isn't it really salty? Can't eat that shit!
|by Anonymous||reply 8||Last Saturday at 3:21 PM|
I ate it as a kid, along with Spaghetti-O's with franks or meatballs. I bought a can of ravioli when I was around 30 or so, just to give it another spin for memories' sake. Salty and sweet, and not in a great way. They're probably not the same product as in the 60's or 70's I'm sure. Not that those versions were health food by any stretch.
|by Anonymous||reply 9||Last Saturday at 3:30 PM|
I have no clue what a beef-a-roni is, and not wasting my time to google it. If it’s the stuff in that can, which says ravioli, I’ll pass
|by Anonymous||reply 10||Last Saturday at 4:01 PM|
Ravioli is ravioli. Beef-a-roni is beef-a-roni, smartycunt.
|by Anonymous||reply 11||Last Saturday at 4:25 PM|
"Sometimes, one loves a nice can of Beef-A-Roni."
I'm sure that must be true if one loves to shop at Walmart.
Does one enjoy a ride on one's Rascal Scooter?
|by Anonymous||reply 12||Last Saturday at 4:28 PM|
R9, Chef Boy Ar Dee is also selling a "throwback" version of these. They come in yellow labeled cans with retro fonts/designs. I thought they tasted worse, IMO. I keep a few cans of the Beef Ravioli in my pantry. I very seldom eat them, but once in a blue moon if I'm too lazy to cook and make a bunch of pots and pans and dishes to clean, they hit the spot.
|by Anonymous||reply 13||Last Saturday at 4:28 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 14||Last Saturday at 4:30 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 15||Last Saturday at 4:31 PM|
Mushy ravioli with a gritty filling in a weak tomato sauce. Ah....memories.
|by Anonymous||reply 16||Last Saturday at 4:33 PM|
Mom! Is that you posting from heaven?
|by Anonymous||reply 17||Last Saturday at 4:34 PM|
When I'm in a "no cook" mood I usually resort to one of several things: (1) canned Progresso soup; (2) cheese & crackers with maybe a hardboiled egg; (3) salad.
I don't even remember my mom buying Chef-Boy-Ar-Dee shit, (although I suspect she probably did sometime).
|by Anonymous||reply 18||Last Saturday at 4:36 PM|
|by Anonymous||reply 19||Last Saturday at 4:54 PM|
[quote]Mushy ravioli with a gritty filling in a weak tomato sauce.
Mushy is an understatement.
People with no teeth would have no problem eating it - or gumming it, actually.
|by Anonymous||reply 20||Last Saturday at 5:25 PM|
I have a can of mackerel in the closet. Vile stuff that I purchased thinking it was canned salmon. I very occasionally make fried "salmon balls", drained salmon, breadcrumbs, onions cooked in butter, and parsley or paprika. I do this when I want fish and have nothing fresh on hand. But the mackerel is inedible. I'm donating it along with the can of sauerkraut to the local food pantry.
|by Anonymous||reply 21||Yesterday at 2:12 AM|
[quote]Sometimes, one loves a nice can of Beef-A-Roni.
This, along with the perfectly ordinary seemingly later edition of Pearl Buck's "The Good Earth" offered used on Amazon for $117,213.16, is some kind of code to shoot a Bulgarian dissident with a ricin-pellet fired from an umbrella on Waterloo Bridge?
All the plans are coming into place?
|by Anonymous||reply 22||Yesterday at 3:03 AM|
One only does on one's birthday, as the rest of the year one eats canned cat food and talks to invisible people.
|by Anonymous||reply 23||Yesterday at 3:11 AM|
Good for a hangover.
|by Anonymous||reply 24||Yesterday at 3:13 AM|
Yes if I were white trash living in a trailer in the south.
|by Anonymous||reply 25||Yesterday at 3:37 AM|
"Hooray for Beefaroni!"
|by Anonymous||reply 26||Yesterday at 3:38 AM|
R11 I'm loving "smartycunt". I just may have to use that sometime soon.
|by Anonymous||reply 27||Yesterday at 3:39 AM|
Yes, sometimes you just have a complete breakdown and pop a can.
|by Anonymous||reply 28||Yesterday at 3:45 AM|
Spaghettios with Franks
|by Anonymous||reply 29||Yesterday at 3:47 AM|
R21 Try these next time. They're truly the best I've had, even considering costlier, hard to find Japanese and Portuguese brands.
|by Anonymous||reply 30||Yesterday at 3:51 AM|
|by Anonymous||reply 31||Yesterday at 4:27 AM|
Have none of you noticed the sugar in these products? Yummy!
|by Anonymous||reply 32||Yesterday at 5:23 AM|
Heart attack in a can!
|by Anonymous||reply 33||Yesterday at 6:19 AM|
I lost the taste for that crap when I hit puberty (which was over 40 years ago)
|by Anonymous||reply 34||Yesterday at 6:23 AM|
A lifelong addiction to canned Beef-a-Roni finally caught up with her and took her down.
|by Anonymous||reply 35||Yesterday at 6:26 AM|
I wonder if any of the Chef Boy-Ar-Dee products are available in Italy?
|by Anonymous||reply 36||Yesterday at 6:28 AM|
Maybe in the "Oh, How We Laughed" aisle, R36.
|by Anonymous||reply 37||Yesterday at 6:40 AM|
I have a recipe for pasta e fagioli that tastes eerily like really good Spaghetti-Os.
|by Anonymous||reply 38||Yesterday at 7:03 AM|
I can’t even get past the smell of that vile crap!
|by Anonymous||reply 39||Yesterday at 7:11 AM|
|by Anonymous||reply 40||Yesterday at 7:14 AM|
It's a regular in our pantry
|by Anonymous||reply 41||Yesterday at 7:33 AM|