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12-28-2013, 05:09 PM   #2206
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I think that in Europe, you need a permit to carry one of those.....
Don't know about the permit but a sherpa is required.........

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We had Mac and cheese tonight. I make a fantastic recipe handed down to my Mother from my Grandmother. Creamy and smooth with just a hint of cayenne. When I suggest making it, my son always asks, "Can't we have the real stuff?"
In his honour, we had KD with sliced wieners.
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Don't know about the permit but a sherpa is required.........

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We had Mac and cheese tonight. I make a fantastic recipe handed down to my Mother from my Grandmother. Creamy and smooth with just a hint of cayenne. When I suggest making it, my son always asks, "Can't we have the real stuff?"
In his honour, we had KD with sliced wieners.

And, KD would be....?

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Kraft Dinner - a popular brand of packaged Mac&Cheese
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Kraft Dinner - a popular brand of packed Mac&Cheese

That's just cheating I bet you keep your K3 in "Green Mode" and only shoot jpeg, too
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Spoken like a true Finn, eh?
As far as that stuff in gallon jugs and mason jars go...with fancy names as "Apple-pie" "Cherry" and such... I was told by the Boss of the house, two decades ago, to never touch it again and I have not
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Kraft Dinner - a popular brand of packaged Mac&Cheese
Oddly, we always keep 4 boxes of that in the pantry on the emergency shelf. In case the power goes out and the only thing we could possibly eat would be packaged mac & cheese. They are great for that, I think the shelf life is something like 75 years.........

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Oddly, we always keep 4 boxes of that in the pantry on the emergency shelf. In case the power goes out and the only thing we could possibly eat would be packaged mac & cheese. They are great for that, I think the shelf life is something like 75 years.........

And, the gustative value is 1/<shelf-life>, too?
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As far as that stuff in gallon jugs and mason jars go...with fancy names as "Apple-pie" "Cherry" and such... I was told by the Boss of the house, two decades ago, to never touch it again and I have not

Wow, the boss of the house must be good in the "kitchen" in order to tame a Finn thusly
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A-HA! I KNEW IT! I just looked up "Kraft Dinner", to see if I could find out what company name is on the back of the box, and I found out it was introduced in the US in 1937 by Grant Leslie of Dundee, Scotland.

I knew "MacIncheese" was a Scots name!

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This thread is like a tar pit. Every time some poor soul adds something to the original topic, he is stuck fast and buried by what is really important in life!!! Gives me a warm feeling inside!! Or maybe that's all the cheese I've eaten since Christmas!!
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Wow, the boss of the house must be good in the "kitchen" in order to tame a Finn thusly
French-Canadian-American.

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Bob-Evans says "made with real cheese".
The chicken and the pickled eggs are for real for sure.

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French-Canadian-American.

well, one out of three
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