Pineapple Shnackies

When pondering what snacks you desire to eat, it's not always about WHAT you want to eat, but HOW you want to eat it.

Let's take, for example, Ozzy's passion for "fresh" pineapple:

1. Get a can of pineapple ring slices (no such thing as too big, but you decide!) - make sure to get the one with the easy open top, you don't waste your money or time here on can opener baloney.

2. Dump that goodness on a plate and use a fork (not a knife, because that dirties more silverware that you will only need to wash later) to cut the rings in half.

3. If you happen to have some nearby, add cherries to your ensemble for sophistication. This step is also recommended if serving to a snack date - they will be thoroughly impressed with the presentation.

Filling Beefy Meal of Goodness

  • 1 lb of ground beef (no lean BS)
  • Box o' Bow Tie Pasta
  • A thing of broccoli
  • Parmesan Cheese (either grated or that weird powdery stuff)
Prep (Practically no time at all!)
  • Boil water for the pasta
  • Cut the broccoli into bite size pieces or as desired
Cooking (Somewhere in the range of 15 minutes)
  • In a frying pan of sorts, brown the ground beef then set aside
  • Cook the pasta according the box's instructions
  • If you're the type who likes your broccoli steamed, do that, if it helps you sleep at night
  • When each is finished, throw it all together in a big ole bowl, sprinkle some parmesan cheese on top, and stir it up all nice like
*Ozzy will eat the whole bowl in one sitting. We recommend you pace yourself and ask your friends for help until you have acquired at least 50 XP. Good luck.

Raw Veggie Surprise

  • Any raw vegetables that you like
  • Even use vegetables you don't like
  • They are good for you!
  • Ozzy recommends:
    • Onions
    • Green/Red Peppers
    • Celery
    • Carrots
    • Rutabagas
    • Broccoli
Prep (0-10 minutes)
  • Get a knife and chop those veggies up!
  • If you choose not to chop, eating will be more of a challenge
Cooking (0 minutes!)
  • No need to cook! You're going straight raw!
  • Arrange your vegetables on a serving dish and present them to your dinner party (or just yourself)
  • Eat them at a moderate pace as you will fill up more quickly than you expect!
  • *Use caution when sitting within large groups of people in quiet environments for the following two days

Christmas on a Plate

  • Pasta of your choice
  • Red tomato sauce of your choice
  • Green food dye/coloring
Prep (Like 5 friggin' minutes)
  • Boil some water
  • Put some sauce in a pot and heat it up on a med-low setting
Cooking (8-15 minutes)
  • When your water has boiled, spritz in a little tid bit of the green food dye
  • Add pasta to the water
  • Cook the pasta according the box's instructions, to your own taste
  • When the pasta has finished cooking, drain it using a colander type thing
    • It should be green-ish
  • Put the drained pasta on a plate or in a bowl if you're that type of person
  • Put some red sauce on top
  • Voila! You have Christmas on a plate!
  • Scarf it down like there's no tomorrow