Monday, June 23, 2008

Starving Cyclists Survival Guide: Ravioli

Have you ever found yourself at the Baker City Motel, and it was dinner time, and you didn't want to go out to a restaurant because you were broke? Did you buy a frozen pasta dinner that looked like you could microwave it in the pouch, but actually needed to be boiled in water? Since the picture on the package of frozen ravioli fooled you into thinking it came covered in delicious sauce, did you find yourself searching for a sauce substitute?

If you said yes to any of those questions, I'm about to let you into a little secret that will change your life for the better. As they say, a picture's worth a thousand words. So here's about 3,000 words worth:


For the record: yes, that's peanut butter I put on my ravioli. No, I wouldn't order it in a restaurant, but I've eaten much much worse.

4 comments:

Butch Martin said...

Sam:

This is Butch Martin. Good ride yesterday. Need to speak to you about the Cascade Classic.

Butch

om.cmg1@verizon.net
503-807-2471

Anonymous said...

The food was great in room 338.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/ironcladcycling/2607373301/in/set-72157605791624696/

eckstack said...

come to my home in july and i will make you jelly-covered gnocchi in my dryer

Perhaps a Parrot said...

anon 12:15: I don't know who you are, cruel temptress, but that pasta looks gooooood.

eckstack: I'd love that. Use the delicates setting, ok?