alex on November 20 2011
If these vocals dont pierce directly to your soul then you dont have one... In other news: I was searching for the perfect mac and cheese recipe last night... You know the one I'm talking about.. super cheesy with little bits of crumbly crunchy bread guys in there -- That's the one. Eventually I found it on Martha Stewart's website, but not before a little history lesson in our beloved Macaroni and Cheese. *dim the lights - story time* You see listeners, macaroni and cheese was brought to the US by the one and only Thomas Jefferson (that brilliant bastard). He aparantly discovered the macaroni machine in Italy and brought one back with him. Now.. picture this... the year is 1788 (i think) and youre a full grown adult, you think you've tasted everything this great earth has to offer. Youre over at ol' TJ's place for dinner regaling everyone with tales of yore when all of a sudden a dish of golden radience is put in front of your face. Now at first you'd be hesitant just like anyone else.. "I dont know about this yellow dish... but I shant be rude, I'll give it a go." So you try Macaroni and Cheese for the first. Now assuming you arn't lactose intolerant.. cause if you are you just shit your pants.. but if you aren't you just experienced what I can only presume unicorn turds taste like. Now lets not forget these dudes still believed in witches(sort of) and of course ol Theodore across the table isn't having it. The macaroni is too good - Teddy stands up "JEFFERSON, WHAT IS THIS WIZARDRY!?" Jefferson slyly looks over at Teddy and says "That's witchKraft, baby." - and that's the story of Kraft Macaroni and Cheese.