Milk toast - Sure
Chipped beef on toast - I cook this already
Cucumber and mustard sandwiches - Odd combo, but sure
Mayonnaise sandwiches - Sure
Ketchup sandwiches - Sure
Hot milk and rice - Sure
Turtle/tortoise - It's not bad
Gopher - Sure
Potato soup – water base, not milk - What, you've never put too much water into your instant mashed taters?
Dandelion salad - Sure
Lard sandwiches - Sure
Bacon grease sandwiches - Had these when I was unemployed after 9/11
Sugar sandwiches - I don't have much of a sweet tooth, but sure
Hot dogs and baked beans - How posh do you have to be to include franks & beans on a list like this?
Road kill - Ok, this one is iffy. I'd have to be pretty damn hungry, and the roadkill very fresh & not too mangled.
One eyed Sam – piece of bread with an easy over egg in the center - I prefer my eggs over hard, but I see no problem here
Oatmeal mixed with lard - Sure
Fried potatoes and hot dogs - Sure
Onion sandwich – slices of onion between bread - Only if I didn't have a date that night
Tomato gravy and biscuits - Sure
Deep fried chicken skin - Actually, they still make this. I've gotten it at a couple of local convenience stores
Cornbread in milk - Sure
Gravy and bread – as a main dish - Do biscuits & gravy count?
Toast with mashed potatoes on top with gravy - Sure
Creamed corn on toast - Sure
Corn mush with milk for breakfast, fried corn mush for dinner - Sure
Squirrel - Makes a good stew
Rice in milk with some sugar - Sure
Beans - Sure
Fried potato peel sandwiches - Sure
Banana slices with powdered sugar and milk - Sure
Boiled cabbage - Really, who doesn't eat this?
Hamburger mixed with oatmeal - Well, that's one way to stretch the burger. I'd be pissed if I only found out about it after the fact, though
American cheese sandwich, ‘American’ cheese was invented because it was cheap to make, and didn’t require refrigeration that may or may not exist back then. - Again, who hasn't had this?
Tomato gravy on rice - Sure
Toast with milk gravy - Sure
Water fried pancakes - The hell does "water fried" mean?
Chicken feet in broth - I don't think there's enough meat there to be worth the effort. Supposed to be a delicacy in China, though
Fried bologna - Sure
Warm canned tomatoes with bread - Sure
Butter and sugar sandwiches - Again, not much of a sweet tooth here, but it beats going hungry
Fried potato and bread cubes - See my comment on the burger & oats
Bean soup - I make this now
Runny eggs with grits - Again, I prefer my eggs over hard, but I see no problem with this either
Butter and grits with sugar and milk - Only Yankees put sugar on grits!
Baked apples - Yum!
Sliced boiled pork liver on buttered toast (slice liver with potato peeler) - I don't care for the taste of liver, but I wouldn't turn my nose up at this
Corn meal mush - Sure
Spaghetti with tomato juice and navy beans - Sure
Whatever fish or game you could catch/hunt - BTDT
Tomato sandwiches - Sure
Hard boiled eggs in white sauce over rice - Sure
Spam and noodles with cream of mushroom soup - Sure
Rag soup: spinach, broth and lots of macaroni - I'm gonna have to find a recipe for this
Garbanzo beans fried in chicken fat or lard, salted, and eaten cold - Sure
Popcorn with milk and sugar – ate it like cereal - Sure
Really, most of these sound like what a bachelor might throw together with what was in the pantry after his girlfriend walked out on him. Heck, except for the roadkill & chicken feet, most of this is pretty tame.
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