Thursday, November 23, 2006

i don't recommend

I don't recommend the "sharp cheddar" version of Kraft dinner. If you are going to differ from the 'old school' flavour that we are all used to, I would go with the "three cheese" variety instead.

In other news, I've been sick for a week and a half now, but I finally feel like I'm on the mend. Hooray!

9 comments:

Kris said...

I only do deluxe white cheese. And PC at that.

lu said...

were you the sick kid when you were young? i am glad to hear you are on the mend.

Kirst said...

I've only ever had regular KD.

kristen said...

strangely enough, i don't think i WAS a sick kid...maybe i was. perhaps i don't really remember.
lately though, it seems that i pick up every cold around (very few flus though...i don't often get the flu and that is without the flu shot, i did get it this year so that means i'm bound to get the flu)
i fear that the cough will stay with me for a bit, but at least i am feeling a little more energetic.

Devo said...

Only the original KD for me, thank you very much. The other stuff is no good.

--Nathan-- said...

I agree that only original KD is any good. I like to add a few slices of cheddar to make it extra cheesy, and of course a little Tabasco and pepper.

fuzzy wuzzy said...

Just for everyone's info -- the flu is actually a respiratory virus, not a stomache virus. If you are vomiting and have diarrhea, then you have an intestinal bug not influenza.

K said...

what i have is something respiratory, but i don't think it is the flu because i had a lack of fever...and i think the flu kicks your butt a little more than this thing kicked mine. (and according to the flu symptom wheel, a fever is "characteristic, high, 3-4 days" with the flu it doesn't mention butt kicking though...i think i need to find a better symptom wheel). though i don't have a thermometer, so perhaps i just never know when i have a fever ;-)
regardless of what i had (and am currently recovering from), the macaroni and cheese was a must to make me feel better.

Heather said...

I really like the sharp cheddar. And the three cheese one too. The St. Isidorians exposed me to those.