Microwave, camping cooker and washing dishes in the bath. Oh and far too often McDonalds. Baked beans seem to have featured heavily in our recent menu (have been 8 weeks without a kitchen). Or couscous.
We'll have the same soon -hopefully! But 3 kids. DD will have hot dinners at school so I know she'll get some decent ish food at some point.
Can you set up in another room/dinning room etc... I was thinking of toaster, microwave, slow cooker, george foreman grill type thing?
Beans on toast for easy dinners, jacket pototoes in microwave, veggies cooked in there, then slow cooker for casseroles etc. Cooked chickens from supermarket., Take away occasionally and hope to call on a couple of friends and MIL to go for a meal, with promise we'll return the favour when kitchen is done.
We went 6 weeks without. it's bloody hard, you'll never wang to eat toast again! I remember seeing a similar thread at the time which posters had put loads of recipes using just a microwave. Some really niceeala as well.
We were without a kitchen for a month, we salvaged 2 of the kitchen cupboards and used them to make a "bedsit" type kitchen with a foreman grill, a toaster, a microwave and a kettle. Stagg do a tinned chilli that is quite acceptable and goes well on a jacket potato or tortilla chips, toasties go down well, and cereal goes well any time of day. I'd second the beans suggestion, and add tinned hot dogs. Ravioli microwaves well too, and soup is nutritious and filling.
We were in the same situation and bought a cheap plug in steamer - once you get the hang of timings you can do all sorts in it, rice, meat, fish (great!), veg, even sponge puddings. I think ours was about £15, quite small and compact, just need water!