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Cream of chicken with corn and tomato soup ... nice for summer.
Heat your cream of chick base on the stove and thin it out with a little water. (I don't know how many people you're trying to feed here, so I can't get specific on the proportions). Bring it to a simmer (don't burn, it's got cream in it!), and add 1/3 the amount of corn and diced or chunky tomatoes. Re-season with a little hot sauce, Worcestershire, onion and garlic powder, and serve with black pepper.
Take the lima beans, pinto beans, and peas and make a cold bean salad with the rotini. Season with salt, pepper, a dash of vinegar and oil if you have them, cumin if you have it, and dried herbs if available.
Hot dogs cut up in Mac n' cheese is one of my husband's favorite gourmet dishes.
Season the tuna with soy sauce (got some packets from takeout lying around, or can you steal some?
), a dash of mustard, and a dash of curry powder if you have it, and spread onto cucumber rounds for a snack or make into sandwiches.
My family eats Bush's baked beans all by themselves or with a little bread.
Season the canned salmon with black pepper and mustard (and a little mayo really helps if you could borrow a tablespoon or two from a neighbor), combine with some breadcrumbs (just toast a piece or two of bread, dry it out in the oven, and crumble it), form into patties and make salmon cakes. Pat each side with a little bit of flour and brown in a skillet with butter over medium heat. Serve as sandwiches on the kaiser rolls, or by themselves drizzled with a little mustard, mayo, or ketchup, depending on your taste.
Let's see, how far will that get you?