I think that this dinner is probably more acceptable when one has children. I do not have children, yet it was beyond acceptable for me. IT WAS SO GOOD, YOU GUYS.
That is Kraft Mac & Cheese and a turkey dog. Remembering it now, I could cry. It was THAT GOOD.
Every so often I find that I am regressing to my ten year-old self. My brother and I were super picky and hated most everything, and my mom wasn't a bad mom for feeding us macaroni and cheese - we literally would eat NOTHING ELSE. The poor woman.
I bought frozen fish sticks the other day, too. Cringe if you must, but they were amazing and they tasted like childhood - you know, once my mom and dad forced us to branch out a bit. I even warmed up some canned peas to go with them so that it would be a complete trip down memory lane.
Of course, it wasn't all frozen food and artificial cheese - my mom's spaghetti sauce is beyond incredible, and we actually ate it! See also, dad's meatloaf.
I also love taking a trip down college memory lane and making myself a big bowl of ramen. I see nothing wrong with this. Just because it doesn't really digest that well means NOTHING.
Lastly, Kraft Mac & Cheese is WAY better than Velveeta Mac & Cheese. DISCUSS.