um... i dont understand
you probably cant read what this says, so allow me to read it to you: its a recipe for macaroni and cheese from a cook book. im sure youre thinking to yourself, whats so damned special about that? well, let me tell you: its a recipe for kraft macaroni and cheese. for reals. the recipe, in its entirety, is this: water, "spread", boxed kraft macaroni and cheese, and milk. why does this necessitate its own entry in a cookbook?!? were people CONFUSED by how to make macaroni and cheese from a box? and if so, do these same people have any use for a cookbook?