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Unread 02-10-2013, 10:34 AM   #16
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Shepards pie! Big ol pan!
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Unread 02-10-2013, 10:36 AM   #17
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Yeah it depends on your spice rack and whatnot but if it were me, I'd be buying eggs, flour, tomatoes/tomato sauce and make some spaghetti, or buy some stewed tomatoes, beans, rice, tortillas, things of that nature.

All depends on what else is in your fridge and in your cupboards, you can make a lot of really good stuff with 20 bucks if it's just you to feed. If it's more than you... just make spaghetti or chili.
+1 and what BBQMAFIA said. Pasta is cheap and goes a long way with a nice meat sauce.
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If you just feel you need to smoke something, why not do up some cabbage rolls, cabbage is cheap and one head makes a lot, there have been some post on them lately. Also as mentioned meatloaf is a good one. This is not smoked, but how about some hamburger gravy with fried potatoes or even mashed. Sloppy Joe's, with some home fries perhaps, or cheese burger casserole. Hamburger stew, hamburger hash, meatball with either spaghetti or some other pasta, how about Swedish meat balls with noodles. Then if you still need to smoke or grill try some bacon wrapped hamburger steaks.
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Meatloaf.... Bake some potatoes along side.
There ya go. Stretch it by adding bread or oatmeal to the recipe, as well as veggies. Win.

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Cheeseburger chowder
The SoDT makes a soup that fits this description. Win.

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Shepherds pie!
When using beef it's technically cottage pie, but I like the way your mind works. Win.
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Smoke a chicken.
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+1 for a nice pot of chili
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4lbs of meat would make a bunch of tacos.
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Both my parents worked two jobs growing up, so my mom would throw this together quick in between shifts:

Macaroni soup

1 bottle tomato juice
1 bottle V8
1 lb hamburg
1 clove of garlic, minced
Italian seasoning
Worcestershire sauce
1 large onion, sliced
Elbow macaroni

Sauté the hamburg, onion and garlic. *Add some worcestershire sauce *
Add both bottles of juice and bring to a boil. Add italian seasoning. *Add some macaroni and cook until done.*

Assuming you have some on hand, it would be well under $20. It goes great with some crusty bread.

Also, when she had time, she'd make meatballs rather than hamburg, and add green beans and potatoes, and called it meatball stew.
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Second the big pot of Chilli

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20$ is a lot for BBQ. I can feed 10 people with that. I also have a financial advantage coming out of college a couple years ago.

With that being said this is my favorite recipe for big groups for cheap. Add frito corn chips and cheese and I promise it will be amazing. I crock pot mine for 10 hours.

http://www.food.com/recipe/taco-soup-paula-deen-111231
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I vote for chili as well, but make it a fritos pie!
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BigBrandon is one poor bastige...can't even afford to post!
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Little Ceasars pizza. Get a couple crappy pizzas and spend the rest on beer for yourself.
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So BigBrandon, what did you end up cooking for Sunday dinner?
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Chicken leg & thighs.
cook that skin to a crisp & brush some wonderful BBQ sauce. ready in 30 mins.
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