What is one meal that you could eat for the rest of your life and never get sick of?


The Rambler

This week, the staff of The Rambler was hungry, so they wrote about a meal they could eat for the rest of their lives without ever getting sick of it. Read about their meals of choice below.

Henry Abercrombie

I could eat black bean burgers the way that my dad makes them for the rest of my life. They have different beans, carrots, jalapeños, and other shredded vegetables all mixed together with oats and flour to make a patty that is a spicy, self-contained salad. However, it truly shines after you fry it in olive oil to create a crispy, spicy, tangy meal. Pile on some ketchup, mustard, dill pickles, and spicy sauces (my favorite is the pineapple habanero) to create the ultimate burger. I like spicy foods in general, and this burger definitely fulfills my spice requirements. They take a good bit of preparation, but the result is so worth it. These burgers are absolutely my favorite meal—there are not many meals that come close.  

Gabe Allegretto

One meal I could eat for the rest of my life is probably steak. Steak isn’t something that I have all the time, but it’s certainly something that I’ve never turned down before. Steak is also great with almost any side. I usually prefer to eat mine with green beans and potatoes. Not to mention, steak is an excellent source of protein.

Olivia Buckel

If I could eat one meal for the rest of my life it would be cheese ravioli from Olive Garden with breadsticks and a black tie mousse cake. I eat this meal after every quarter ends to celebrate myself, and it is amazing. My other choices would be an Italian sub from Dominos or the spicy pink pasta my dad makes. Anything Italian pasta or Chinese would work as well.  

Luke Costello

Alicia Gonzalez

Aiden Gromley

If I had to choose one meal to eat for the rest of my life, I would choose a chicken parm sub with pepperoni , a side of fries, and a large Sprite. This sub is from Theresa’s Deli on green garden is great mix of flavors combined to make one of the greatest subs of all time. Now although you usually do not have pepperoni on a chicken parm sub, when added to the already fantastic sub, you get the Michael Jordan of subs. Even if you don’t eat it as a whole, you can separate the items and make them into others meals. This great sub can not go unnoticed: go try it now at Theresa’s Deli, located on the corner of 32nd and Greengarden.  

Hayden Hutchinson
One meal that I could eat for the rest of my life and not get sick of is pizza. The reason is there are different types of pizza and so many different places to get it from that I could get by with eating it every day. Most times pizza is pretty good no matter where you get it from, as it is hard to mess up pizza. However, a good slice is something that doesn’t get old. If you have a favorite pizza place, no one ever says, “No, I don’t want pizza tonight from there.” Overall, that is why I would choose pizza if I could only have one meal.  
Matt Kalie
Kendra Piotrowski
One meal I could eat for the rest of my life would be sushi, because there’s so many variations of sushi. You can have a veggie sushi or with different types of fish. It is also healthy and has different sauces or dressing on sushi. And sushi is cheap, and you can get family platters. That is why I would choose to eat sushi for the rest of my life if I had to.
John Santone
If I had to pick a meal I would never get sick of I would say sweet and sour chicken, specifically from Ling-Lings. Every Thursday, for years now, me and my father have gotten Chinese food. It’s basically a weekly tradition at this point, and I haven’t gotten tired of it yet. We always find some show or documentary series that we can watch together. The food is more a reminder of tradition and family to me, and it tastes pretty good too. 
Dominick Scarpino
I would eat my grandmother’s lasagna forever and never get sick of it. I’ve always looked forward to family holidays because I knew I would be able to eat the lasagna. I’m always the first one in line to get food to make sure I can get a lot of it. I even have a process for getting it out of the pan without damaging the overall integrity of the lasagna. I am definitely fine with eating nothing but this lasagna forever.