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      Monday, March 24, 2014

05:41 PM - 03/24/2014

The topic: So, we’re having mac and cheese for dinner


Made with a recipe I got from Campbell's Creative Cooking With Soup recipe book from a thousand years ago. It's a fun book. You have stuff you use everytime, like macaroni, then a couple of lists of ingredients you can change up. Like the flavor of soup, or the liquid (water, milk, condensed milk, for example), type of cheese....a book that makes it easy to change up a recipe.

I've always gone with the cream of celery soup, cheddar cheese and milk for my choice. The topper is usually what I do differently. Sometimes it's breadcrumbs, sometimes I crush Ritz crackers, I've even used sliced tomatoes (one of the toppers that the book recommends). Well, today I went with potato chips. Since Brian was going to the store, I figured he could buy some.

When I opened the bag and crushed the chips, I had to eat some. It's been so long since I've had potato chips, I could have eaten the entire bag. It was the 50% less sodium chips and they're really good. 

The last chips we had were ones I made here with my little deep fryer. I can make like ten chips at a time in it.  Takes me a couple of hours to do one potato.

You know how decadent an entire bag feels?

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