Thursday, November 8, 2007

Ewww....

... Syd & I are going to review Chef Boyardee canned Mac & Cheese. What am I thinking, you may say? Well, I was thinking, "whoa, I can blog about this!" And bought a can!

Okay, so I don't think its possible to make Mac & Cheese any easier than "Easy Mac" but admittedly with a pop-top and only 1 min 30 sec & no stirring required- maybe this could be easier. Pop the top & it looks normal enough.... Even threw in some broccolli for something that's not radioactive...


"Here Syd try some..." She pulls away: no, nope, no way... finally, she trys a bite....

what does the connoisseur that will eat cheerios off the kitchen floor & the cats food think? And I quote "yucky" No kidding? I try a bite... ewww... it's rubbery & if it were possible to have a more "fake cheese" taste then powdered cheese, this is it. Syd wants the broccoli & we settle on eating leftover Enchiladas from last night. But the question is... will anyone eat this canned massacre of a classic meal... don't worry- PUPPY TO THE RESCUE (but he eats the Kitty's poo so I wouldn't call his palate refined)

6 comments:

Coach B. said...

Why do dogs eat cat poop? My dog does it all the time when my cat messes in the house...it makes it very hard to track down the actual spot of the crime scene (for cleaning purposes).

Love the blog!

Lindsay said...

You are very, very funny. And you need to come visit me tonight while I watch baby Robby.

Lindsay said...

Oh, and I still love Sydo's shirt...

Kristalcarter said...

so olivia, as i have been religiously reading your blog, i was inspired to create my own... i hope you don't think i'm a copy-cat, but yours was just so awesome!

Esther Noelle said...

I love your writing! Being the enormous Mac & Cheese fan that I am, this intrigues me! I'm glad you tried it out first and so now I don't have to be tempted to.

And I made enchiladas just the other night too! :D Great leftovers...

the dad said...

How DARE you feed such crap to my darling grandchild! Her face says it all: "I have the refined palate of my grandfather."