What’s the laziest you’ve ever been in the kitchen?

Throw away the Mary Berry cooking book your mum bought you

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 Most of you will have experienced the heart-breaking sight of a dismally empty fridge during your time at uni. 

You’re faced with a tough decision: do you tackle the 15 minute trek to Morrison’s’  or simply get creative?

We went around campus asking Lincoln’s finest about the lengths you’ve gone to make a meal out of nothing.

12071719_10153381515703101_926175019_n Fine Art third year Ellie Young once tried to make a spag bol, but added a load of red wine to bulk up the sauce. “None of the alcohol cooked away, I basically made wine pasta” She added “to be honest, it tasted good anyway.”

12086853_10153381515378101_2048808293_nLaura Stevenson, another Fine Art third year, admits to having a pasta disaster whilst low on supplies. “I didn’t have any pasta sauce, so I mixed Tesco value chicken soup in with my plain pasta and it was absolutely vile.”

12067910_10153381516098101_222565870_n Third year psychologist Elliot Wragg was so desperate for a curry after a long day at uni he resorted to mixing super noodles with a value jar of curry sauce. “It was the worst meal of my life, the texture was completely soggy as the noodles absorbed so much of the sauce.”

12083693_10153381518403101_389974840_n One ashamed third year (who wishes to remain anonymous) came clean about her breakfast habits: “Once after a night out, my congealing kebab from the night before was under my bed. I ate it for breakfast, and I didn’t even heat it up.”