Oo"....Anne? for God's sake, are you aware of the fact that the most biological part of that thing is probably the plastic wrap?
But it's oh-so tasty!
its so tasty we all love it
it is tasty in it's own strange way. but don't get titus used to this...most kids in the US demand this for breakfast, lunch and dinner!hugs,puglette:o)
Last time I made homemade mac-n-cheese I added food coloring to make it look more like this stuff. I still love it and buy it in bulk.
Never had it...so don't know what I'm missing lol!BTW Anne the phone case arrived yesterday afternoon. THANK YOU.I will link you on my blogg againKram Julie
I know, I know.. it was a special occasion. :) My friend recently brought me two boxes from her US trip, and as I was home alone, this was the perfect time. I do love them, but very, very seldom... they *are* sold here, but for about $6, and I definitely don't think they're worth it. And Titus will NOT get hooked on fake cheese! ;)Glad to hear it arrived Julie, enjoy!
i never see it before but i think it's should be verry yummy and perfect for time when you alone....
Har testat den majon, men går inte upp mot hemgjord, oftast går det ju fin fint att fixa själv, men var nog inte min dag i söndags.. =o)Tyvärr har jag ingen filmkamera... ha ha/sofiehttp://sofiesundqvist.blogg.se
Well, most kids in America most certainly do not demand this for every meal. I emphasize 'most'...I'm trying to rid the blogosphere, one comment at a time, from the hyperbole that has rendered language virtually (note 'virtually') meaningless. Cheers.
I'm envious! I haven't had the real thing for a long time.The sour rats arrived today. They are very good. Thank you again for sending them.
Heh. From Patagonian scallops to Kraft Mac. I love it :)I have to admit, I get cravings for it every now and again... I'd say it's a "guilty pleasure" but we don't do guilty at our house! :)
I'm American and I grew up loving it... It was usually served when it was Dad's turn to cook. ;)
My girlfriend lived in the US for most of her formative years and only moved back to Europe after college... she loves this stuff... I don't mind it. Better than the tinned Heinz stuff we get here. I really don't like that Velveeta stuff though.
I just found your blog today, looking for information on Swedish food which many think of as exotic. I had to laugh when I saw the mac'n cheese. I guess exotic means how many miles the food or recipe travels before being consumed.Though I don't care for the product, I buy three or four boxes at the beginning of winter in case my power goes out and I have to cook on the wood stove for a few days.
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