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Macaroni and Cheese
Steely Gaze at 5:00PM, March 23, 2008
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That sounds like what my family makes as well–it's like a casserole, just as you said. We don't use saltines, though. We use breadcrumbs and scoop large portions of it onto everyone's plates and pour stewed tomatoes over the top. Delicious.

Another difference, my family doesn't serve tomatoes or anything else on top of it. It's just a really, really good casserole to us.

With a lot of cheese. That's important. I think I'll eat anything so long as it's smothered in cheese.
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Ozoneocean at 7:38PM, March 23, 2008
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Saltines? Another thing I had to look up! Salty biscuits… Crazy foreigners lol! :)

Wow, a lot more people here love Macaroni than don't. It's amazing. o_O
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lba at 8:53PM, March 23, 2008
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I don't love it or hate it. I grew up eating a lot of things Americans would consider a little more exotic like gravy fries ( Canadian thing. ) and whatnot. I've tried things like fish eye soup and actually liked it, so I might not be the most average indicator of liking foods.

And they're not biscuits Ozone. Biscuits here are different. Saltines are crackers.
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Ozoneocean at 9:53PM, March 23, 2008
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Biscuits are what we call 'em here man. Savoury or sweet. I dunno what you crazyforeigners call biscuits though… some kind of toasted frog mebee? I have no idea. :)
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lastcall at 3:24AM, March 24, 2008
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Biscuits are what we call 'em here man. Savoury or sweet. I dunno what you crazyforeigners call biscuits though… some kind of toasted frog mebee? I have no idea. :)

These are what “crackers” (or Saltines) are to us Americans; we usually eat them with soups or salads:

…And these are “biscuits” to us. They are like dinner rolls; we spread butter and/or jam on them, and eat them hot with dinner. They're also good for breakfast with sausage gravy on top.

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Ozoneocean at 8:09AM, March 24, 2008
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My god! topsy-turvy world! o_O
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deleted-byrequest-03 at 11:17AM, March 24, 2008
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I like macaroni and cheese. When it's done right.

When you make macaroni and cheese, you can't put in too much cheese. You can't cook the macaroni for too long, or it will be soft. Also, it depends on what kind you get. The craft kind is okay, but the noodles are too small. The one that comes in little shell-shaped macaroni is very good.

Also, it is personal preference. Some people hate it because of its high cholesterol. Other people just don't like the taste. The rest of the people don't like the idea of noodles mixed with cheese.

We all like different kinds of food… People think it's weird that I hate chocolate and peanut butter. But that's okay.

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Renga Studio at 12:34PM, March 24, 2008
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MACANDCHEESEDELIC, BABY, YEAH! Macaroni and cheese is by far one of my most favorite foods in the world! Oh, it makes my mouth water just thinking about it! I tell ya, all this talk about macaroni and cheese makes me hungry for a macaroni and cheese sandwich (Sorry if I'm making you queasy, ozoneocean, but it is)! No matter how my homemade or processed macaroni and cheese is prepared–provided that it's prepared well–I'll eat it anyway.

Though I'm a very picky eater, I'll sometimes eat just about anything (and everything).
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skoolmunkee at 2:24PM, March 24, 2008
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A man after my own heart :)

Although putting it on a sandwich is maybe a LITTLE far…


My god! topsy-turvy world! o_O

Nah, american biscuits aren't quite scones. Unless you like to eat scones with beef roasts and gravy :) Biscuits are very bland and dry, mostly flour and water. I think they were invented originally to slop up the extra fat/gravy on a plate or something… that's about all they're good for (I don't like them much.) Although, the type of scone you'd use to top a casserole might be close. I don't think there's quite a British equivalent to american biscuits, just like there isn't an American equivalent to yorkshire puddings.

Scones for tea on the other hand are delicious, the kind with fruits and such in :) Especially warm, I don't even need butter :)

They don't have iced tea in England, that would be anathema to all they believe.

A lot of times, people in England call dessert ‘pudding’ even though whatever they're eating wouldn't be pudding… or what americans would consider pudding anyway. British pudding I'm told is based on suet, which sounds like something icky that pigs eat :)

OK back to cheese related things!

Cheddar in England is usually white, if it's yellow it's called dyed cheddar :lol:

“American Cheese” is just called “cheese” here, haha. Sometimes ‘slice cheese’ if they're feeling generous.

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Bocaj at 4:50PM, March 25, 2008
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Boxed Mac & Cheese is good, homemade Mac & Cheese can be orgasmic.

I'm a big fan.
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mishi_hime at 6:43PM, March 25, 2008
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your problem is you're eating THIS:

OH MY GOD! YES! DO WANT DO WANT DO WANT! the cheesier the better >:D
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Salsicoruc at 12:26AM, March 29, 2008
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I don't mind the boxed stuff if I don't have a lot of options, but I hate the other macaroni when there's random stuff thrown in there, and I hate, hate, hate it when there's egg in it! Eeeeew.
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