The Dorm Room Diner
  1. Tired of the same old, processed cafeteria food

  2. Sick of vending machines and fast-food and spending money on both

  3. Experiencing weight gain (a.k.a. “The Freshman Fifteen”)

  4. Lacking energy

  5. Tired of having to leave your room, or maybe even campus to find something to eat


Almost a year ago, I started college. I was so excited to leave home, be on my own, and make new friends! I was all moved in, started the meal plan, and everything was going to be great...

...until about 3 weeks later. I realized I had eaten just about everything my campus and surrounding town had to offer.  And hey, my college had some pretty good food. But, there’s just a limit to how much pizza, hamburgers, and Subway sandwiches you can eat.

I soon grew tired of the cafeteria. The food was unappetizing and looked like it had been cooked at least 4 hours before. I started to recognize that every campus restaurant was the same. The sight of vending machines and EasyMac made me feel sick. Also, I had eaten enough McDonalds and Taco Bell to last me a lifetime.

On top of being sick of the food, I started feeling pudgy and I was tired, and I had been exercising!

I craved a home-cooked meal, or at least something that looked like one. But there was no way I could drive 5 hours whenever for my mom’s cooking!

I swallowed my pride, picked up the phone, and called mom

I whined and complained to my mom that there was never anything good to eat. Mom, in a nice motherly way, said, “Shut up and start cooking in your dorm room!” The only problem was....I needed recipes that I could cook with very limited appliances, space, and budget. My mom, who is a fantastic cook, came to the rescue and sent me several recipes!

I bought a CrockPot and a few other items that would make cooking in my dorm room a little easier, and I got to work.

The first recipe my mom sent me was for a Slow Cooker Pot Roast. (Pg #106) It was absolutely delicious, so simple to make and it made my dorm room smell like home! From the leftovers of the pot roast, my mom walked me through how to make her mouth-watering beef stew (Pg#108) that was so rich and thick and wonderful.  The smell was so good, that I think half the kids in my dorm were knocking on my door for a taste.  So, I got my mom to send me another recipe, and another, and another. My roommates and friends were soon stopping by room to see what was for dinner. 

Cheap Christmas gifts when you are broke and busted

At Christmas, I didn’t know what to get all of my friends, so I decided to make everyone White Trash (Pg. #158) which is a delicious blend of....well, you will just have to buy the cookbook to find out what this is. But let me tell you, it will rock your world!

It was a huge hit!  And, I had to keep making more.  I’m not sure how many batches that I ended up making - I lost count!

Nothing says love more than food

On Valentine’s Day, I made the easiest Chocolate Mousse for my boyfriend (Pg #184). I think he fell in love....well, at least with the mousse!

I felt a little like Julia Childs and made everything from Beef Stroganoff to Chicken and Dumplings.

I was the envy of the dorm. I started eating better, had lots more energy and looked great (no freshman fifteen here)! By the end of spring semester, I had a whole pile of delicious recipes that my friends kept begging me to make!

Everyone was begging for my recipes!

When I came home for the summer, I realized that a lot of other college students (you included) could benefit from the easy, simple recipes I had used that year. So, my mom helped me put this cookbook together...and “The Dorm Room Diner” was born.

“The Dorm Room Diner” will help you:

  1. Make wonderful meals with limited appliances and space

  2. Eat better

  3. Have more energy

  4. Have a “home-cooked” meal or comfort food

  5. Make your parents happy because you are eating well

  6. Learn to love cooking with 185 easy recipes

  7. Make new friends because everyone wants to eat what you make!

Don’t tell me you can’t afford it...

I know you’re broke, but you can’t afford NOT to have this cookbook. Let’s remember last weekend...shall we?

You went out to eat with your friends at Chili’s or Applebee’s Friday night ($20). Saturday morning, everyone decides to go to IHOP for late breakfast/early lunch ($15). You probably bought fast food at least once ($5-$10). And you ordered pizza Sunday night while you were studying for your Monday morning test ($25...when you add in the Chocolate Lava Cake). Overall you might have spent between $60 and $70 in one weekend on off-campus food. For less than half that price, you can buy this cookbook, buy food at the grocery store that will go farther than your entree at Chili’s, and cook wonderful meals in your dorm room for yourself and your friends all weekend! (And every other day of the week as well...)

Get your cookbook in just 2 clicks and be cooking in minutes

And since this is the age of technology, I made using the cookbook simple.  Instead of having to wait for a big bulky cookbook to be shipped to your address, you get instant access to this electronic version.  You can be cooking in minutes.  It comes in a .pdf format which means you can add it to your Smart Phone and take it along with you to the store.  Or, print out the pages of what you want to cook and take those along.  And, if you happen to get a little messy and splatter on the recipes, no problem!  Just toss them and print them out again later when you want to cook them again.

And, if this is a gift, simply print out the download page that you will be taken to after your purchase, so that your student can use the instructions to download the cookbook onto their own computer.  Any college student would love to get a basket with a few kitchen supplies, grocery gift card and a copy of “The Dorm Room Diner.”

Let Me Sweeten The Pot!

Hey, I know what it is like to be a struggling college student, so if you order "The Dorm Room Diner" by midnight tonight, I'll knock $10.00 off the price. That's right, this incredible resource can be yours for only $19.95. And, you can download it instantly.  It's my way of rewarding you for taking action and making the decision to improve your health and make college life so much more fun!

Plus, I'll include Three Free Gifts:

Gift #1

The "Cooking What's Left" Crockpot Cookbook

My mom’s very own collection of 20 wonderful slow-cooker recipes that are so yummy, including:

  1. Brunswick Stew

  2. Overnight Onion Soup

  3. Chicken & Potato Curry

  4. Beef Chow Mein

  5. Curried Lamb & Risotto

  6. Ginger Beef Curry

  7. Crockpot Apple Butter

  8. Carrot Pudding

  9. Creamy Corn and more...

Included are 20 quick to put together recipes that slow cook all day, so that when you and your friends are ready for dinner - dinner is ready for you! And, they are all so good!

A $19.97 Value absolutely free! My way for saying thank you for buying “The Dorm Room Diner.”

Gift #2

Arnold Bennett’s Classic Book, “How To Live On 24 Hours A Day”

This classic time-management book has inspired generations of men and women to live conscious, deliberate lives. Originally published in 1908, this collection of time-saving tips is still amazingly current as it discusses the challenge to live the fullest life possible.

Arnold Bennett argues that, although you may have no control over the 8 hours you have to work, you still have control over the other 16. He proposes a program of self-improvement as a means of achieving happiness, and details how you can squeeze 90 minutes at least three times a week for active self-improvement activities to wake you up to the splendor and vibrancy of life, rather than living like a zombie before and after work.

Bennett urges you to leave behind mundane everyday concerns and focus on pursuing your true desires to live the fullest possible existence. Reflection, concentration, and study techniques expand the boundaries of ourselves and remind us that time is ours alone to manage. In the thirty minutes it will take you to read, you will forever be aware of the passing of time and the methods of utilizing it to your advantage.  This phenomenal book comes to you in ebook (.pdf) format, so you can load it on your smart phone, or your computer.

Another $19.97 Value absolutely free!

Gift #3

The “10 Ways to Make Money In College” eBook written by me, Dulce Taylor

You don’
t have to be broke and busted! Isn’t that wonderful news! But at the same time, you don’t need to mooch off of mom and dad.

You are in college! You are on your own! You’ve been waiting for this day since middle school! It’s time to take responsibility.

Lucky for you, you have this book to give you some ideas and to help you get started!  I made it a point my first year in college to study all the different ways students around me were making money. I have researched and asked my fellow students who have made either a great deal of money or even just an extra buck or two.

In this eBook, “10 Ways to Make Money in College,” you will get 10 great ideas of ways you can make money in college. Keep an eye out for the complete book, “101 Ways to Make Money in College,” which will be available soon.

Another $9.97 Value absolutely free!

So, As Our Professor’s Would Say, “Let’s Review!”

That means you get the The Dorm Room Diner, The Crockpot Cookbook, Arnold Bennett’s classic book, “How to Live on 24 Hours a Day” and my “10 Ways to Make Money In College” - A $79.86+ Value for only $19.95!  Now that’s a deal no matter how you look at it.

So, don’t wait another second - hit the “Buy Now” button below and get your very own copy of “The Dorm Room Diner” right now.  I guarantee that you will love it!  No, seriously - I give you a full 60 Day Money Back Guarantee.  If you are not completely satisfied just let us know.   That’s right, if you do not simply love my cookbook you can return it.  No questions asked.  So what do you have to lose?  NOTHING.  Order Right Now and start eating really good food in just minutes! 


Dear Fellow “Hungry” Student,

Warning! College food can be hazardous to your health. Are you:

What to Prepare With Limited Time, Limited Budget and VERY Limited Appliances

by Dulce Taylor

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