Everyday Food: None Made By Mom

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So it would seem, I'm starting to run out of post titles, so I've gotten a little creative. Not super yet, but you can expect that in the near future for sure. The first thing on my list is a 1/4 pound burger from McDonalds. After a long day running about, my mother and I didn't have time to make anything real, so this is what we ended up with. This 1/4 burger was a lot better than I expected though I'm sure it had a ton of calories. 

Then there was a snack that I made for myself, apple sauce. I developed a little bit of a craving for this after having those Crepes with apples, so I opened up a jar and poured some in a bowl. It was all good, except then I decided to have cinnamon with it, and I put too much in. Completely ruined my apple sauce.

Another meal out was this Arby's and curly fries, before I went to the Beekeeping class.  I distinctly remember that although my beef and cheddar sandwich was good, it had noticeably less meat on it than previous Arby's sandwiches I've had. I'm hoping that this is just a fluke, and not a permeant change.

Then mac and cheese, that was pretty much all ready to go. All I had to do was add water to the line, after taking the plastic lid off, and put it in the micro wave for a few minutes. Then pour in the cheese powered and stir. I miss the other cheese packets they had where it wasn't all dry, because this never seems to mix in all the way.

Then a Kit-Kat, like the one that I had from the school vending machine, although it wasn't the same vending machine. Although it was very good, I think I'm going to have to start cutting back on sweets like these.

Snyder's of Hanover pretzels that also came from a school vending machine. They were pretty good and held me over, because there were so many in a package. A little hard though for me, although I think a lot of people are rather fond of the hard pretzels. 
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