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Old 03-12-2007, 10:51 AM   #61
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I've just taken Lies's post and emailed it direct to Al-Quada. They're just gonna sit tight and wait till everyone's keeled over from Kraft Dinner poisoning. Well, if that won't do it straight away the "minced onion" and the "No ifs, and or butter" will add that finishing touch...


I'll be the first to go. I think I'm having spirals again today, since there's nothing else in the house but frozen pizzas.

I HATE real butter almost as much as I hate milk. Mac 'n cheese is the only situation where I can stand seeing milk go into my food and not gag. Real butter would be over the top. Plus, the margarine is saltier.
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Old 03-12-2007, 01:53 PM   #62
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Yes, I was very bored today
Thanks for the education! It doesn't look so bad, it's just the alarmingly bright orange powder that bothers me. What on earth would they have to put in it to make it that colour?
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It's nothing but ground up orange crayons and stale pasta!!
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Old 03-12-2007, 02:30 PM   #64
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Mac & Cheese (the American kind) is one of the perfect cheap foods. Also, it beings back warm fuzzy memories from childhood.


If you have a Noodles & Company near you, do try the Wisconsin Man & Cheese. It is, dare I say, life changing.

Ok, maybe it won't change your life, but it's quite delicious.
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Mac & Cheese (the American kind) is one of the perfect cheap foods. Also, it beings back warm fuzzy memories from childhood.


If you have a Noodles & Company near you, do try the Wisconsin Man & Cheese. It is, dare I say, life changing.

Ok, maybe it won't change your life, but it's quite delicious.
Wisconsin Man and Cheese eh

Where can I buy it
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When my sister and I were kids, Grandma would make us Kraft Macaroni & Cheese when we'd visit...but she would always put pepper in it. We asked her why she did that, and she would get all defensive and say, "It comes that way!" We'd insist that when Mom and Dad make it at home, there's no pepper in it...to which she'd just reply, "It comes that way!"

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Mac & Cheese (the American kind) is one of the perfect cheap foods. Also, it beings back warm fuzzy memories from childhood.


I always throw a couple of boxes in my cart when I go grocery shopping, for the times when I have literally nothing left in my fridge except the stuff with which to make mac 'n' cheese with.

Real mac 'n' cheese, though is just to die for.
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Real mac and cheese is so much easier to make than a lot of people think.


However I think I might just be the laziest Mac and Cheese maker ever. I just cook a bunch of macaroni, shred a block of cheese (usually extra sharp cheddar; sometimes also some Gouda or Edam -- last time I used Blarney), then alternate layers of the macaroni and cheese in an oven safe casserole dish, pour in some milk (and maybe some salt and pepper) and toss it in the oven for a while.

It's great with broccoli and such. (I cook them separately though)
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*stomach rumbling* perhaps I should make some tonight...I have the stuff for the homemade kind too.
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KD is ok if you have no money for real food.
Carek That's what Top Ramen is for. At 10 cents per package how could any poor college student beat that??
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Mac 'n' cheese - whether Kraft brand or the value versions - has got to be at the top of most American kid's list of Fave Foods. I know my brother & I could (and still can) seriously hurt a box of the stuff. Especially the 'deluxe' versions that come with actual cheese sauce, not the nuclear orange powder stuff.

Matter of fact, there's a farm/restaurant about 1.5 hours from where I live that serves the best homemade mac & cheese I've ever tasted. It's worth the drive by itself!
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this thread is hilarious. or is that frightening? i can't tell
i don't know if it's the battle between the US and canadians, or the lengths you guys all go to to make processed plastic edible

that said, my daughter loves some kind of kraft macaroni cheese. i dont know which kind, and had no idea there were different varieties. i don't reall let her eat it anymore. junk food to her is a peanut butter sandwich.

my guilty pleasure is fantastic bowl noodles. when it's cold (it happens twice per year here) and i am busy and don't have time to cook something for lunch, i boil the kettle, and 3 minutes later lunch is ready.
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I can't stand it. It smells like dirty, sweaty feet and tastes even worse. I actually find it so repulsive that if my roommate makes it, all the windows need to be open and I'm running around Febreezing the air.

ETA: I revamped my entire diet last year. See the problem is that students think making a box of KD is a meal for them and a roommate. It is not a meal. It's missing pretty much every single food group. It's cheap but you can live cheaper than this, and healthy, believe it or not. Move to lentils or quinoa, it's absolutely delightful and delicious and the only (quasi) grain that is a full protein (contains all essential amino acids).
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febreeze and macaroni must be a delightfully fragrant combination!
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