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I followed the directions on the box with the addition of adding black pepper at the end.

Powder for macaroni and cheese.

There's no combination of words

I could put on the back of a postcard

No song that I could sing

But I can try for your heart

Our dreams,

And they are made out of real things

Like a shoebox of photographs

With sepia-toned loving


Love is the answer.

At least for most of the questions in my heart.

Like: "Why are we here?", "And where do we go?",

"And how come it's so hard?".

It's not always easy,

And sometimes life can be deceiving

I'll tell you one thing:

It's always better when we're together


Mmm, it's always better when we're together

Yeah, we'll look at them stars when we're together

Well, it's always better when we're together

Yeah, it's always better when we're together


And all of these moments

Just might find their way into my dreams tonight

But I know that they'll be gone

When the morning light sings and brings new things

For tomorrow night you see that they'll be gone too

Too many things I have to do


But if all of these dreams

Might find their way into my day-to-day scene

I'd be under the impression

I was somewhere in between

With only two

Just me and you

Not so many things we got to do

Or places we got to be

We'll sit beneath the mango tree now


Yeah, it's always better when we're together

Mmm, we're somewhere in between together

Well, it's always better when we're together

Yeah, it's always better when we're together


Mmm, mmm, mmm


I believe in memories

They look so, so pretty when I sleep

Hey now, and when I wake up,

You look so pretty sleeping next to me

But there is not enough time,

And there is no, no song I could sing

And there is no combination of words I could say

But I will still tell you one thing

We're better together.


'Better Together' ~Jack Johnson~


So, what's better when they're together? The first thing that comes to mind is 'Rye and Coke'! I haven't had anything alcoholic in years, but back in the day, there was nothing better than a rye and coke on a Friday evening after work. Anyone in the USof A won't know what I'm talking about since there's no 'rye' as we know it there. There's whiskey, but it's not the same as a Canadian rye whiskey. Everyone loves Crown Royal, but I preferred Gibson's. Anyway.....those 2 things are better together!! What else.....macaroni and cheese, I guess.......separately they're OK...although macaroni with nothing on it at all is kind of bland, so it would be better with anything, but it's perfect with cheese. And please don't add ketchup to it...that's just wrong! When I watch a movie, which hasn't happened in awhile, I always have popcorn with it. I can't have one without the other, add a nice tall glass of A&W Rootbeer, with lots of ice, and I'm one happy camper. Popcorn is better when it's accompanied by a movie!! And speaking of movies, I love Gregory Peck movies, he's my all time favourite actor, but when he teams up with Audrey Hepburn...they're both better when they're together. I think there's a lot of actors that when teamed up with certain people they're both better together. A cold rainy fall day isn't that nice....until a person adds a cup of tea and a good book, and the day is transformed into a little bit of heaven. But, of all the things that I can think of that are 'better together', Liz and Vrir are definitely in this least from the way I see us! :D


I'm one of those people that rarely moves in Second Life, once I have a home I just hate leaving it. I've been living at Winters Wind since the sim opened and I'm never leaving, it's so peaceful, quiet, and secure and Caterina della Rovere, the sim owner, is a perfect landlady! She's always prompt and sooo nice when I call on her with some issue, that usually turns out to be my issue...and not hers, but she's always there and available to answer any questions I have. So there's Winters Wind, which has some public areas but is mostly private areas with rental homes..then there's Summers Wind, the main public area for photographers, explorers, and anyone who needs some fresh air and sunshine. I'll add here that Summers Wind is under construction right now and should be reopened in the next week or so. It's getting revamped and I'm super excited about seeing it!! And now, there's Autumns Wind, the latest addition to the Winds Community! There's 2 rental homes available there and they're set on super big lots with tons of really unique landscaping, complete with fishing areas, including this one that's open to the public allowing Vrir and I to take in the sims peaceful energy to unwind.


This pose is a group gift from Ana Poses.


Me: What are you doing sweetheart?

Rosy: I am pretending it is cold enough to burn wood. But I am done now and would like to go in and have macaroni and cheese.

This is the kind of mac and cheese you can get in a box. It makes me happy, it reminds me of my childhood, something my mom let me make (under her supervision). Have a great weekend everyone!

I guess what I meant the last time is that if I do food photos they have to be something interesting and not just a picture of cookies or macaroni and cheese or something. These are peanut butter drop cookies from the 1964 Encyclopedic Cookbook. They are not as good as the gluten free ones I make but they're not that bad.

Terminal Sign Series.


This photo is part of a series of signs located in the Reading Terminal Market in Philadelphia.


Delilah's At The Terminal was voted Best Macaroni and Cheese in the country by Oprah Winfrey in 2003. Featuring Southern cuisine: Southern fried chicken, Virginia country ham, fried cajun catfish, black-eyed peas and rice, collard greens, candied yams and the nations best macaroni and cheese.


Reading Terminal Market opened its doors in 1892. The new Market was approximately 78,000 square feet and held nearly 800 spaces for merchants, each positioned in six foot stalls. The Market was laid out in a grid system similar to the streets of Philadelphia. There were twelve aisles and four avenues. It was the perfect location for easily receiving and shipping goods.


Soon after opening, the new state-of-the-art Reading Terminal Market would boast that its refrigeration facility was by far the biggest in Philadelphia with its half-million cubic feet of space and 52 separate rooms, each cooled to individual temperatures, 15–25 degrees for meat and poultry, 34 degrees for fruits and vegetables. The refrigeration system included an array of special pumps, compressors, and other equipment to handle the brine and ammonia used in its operation. When the cold-storage facility reached full stride a few years later, a visitor to its chilly climes would regularly find stored there 200,000 pounds of meat, 50,000 crates of eggs, thousands of cans of cream, 10,000–20,000 boxes of poultry, 10,000 barrels of berries and cherries, 25,000 barrels of apples, and 10,000 tons of ice.


In later years, business flourished as suburban housewives began to take advantage of another aspect of the railroad’s involvement in the Market–a free market basket service on suburban trains. Under the system, the homeowner could arrange for her grocery order to be filled in the Market and the basket placed upon a train bound for her town and held at the station until she picked it up.


As horse-drawn wagons gave way to refrigerated trucks in the years after World War I, the Market was able to improve its earlier attempts at home delivery. The trucks provided service every hour to some 60 suburban towns and resorts along the New Jersey shore.


In November 1931 the Reading Terminal Market and the Merchants’ Association jointly celebrated the Market’s 40th anniversary with a week-long “Food and Home Progress Exposition,” which drew tens of thousands of people from all over the region. A proud Reading president, Agnew T. Dice, bragged that the railroad’s unique food emporium had won nationwide fame, touting that it was the biggest market in Pennsylvania, and the largest under one roof in the country.


My take on Mom's recipe. Bears no resemblance at all to anything you've ever had from a box or a frozen food aisle.

I can be the macaroni and you can cover me with cheese.


Only real cheese not some innuendo for love juice.

#1: What's a nickname only your family calls you?

I call my mom Mumzy so she calls me Ashzy lol :p


#2: What's a weird habit of yours?

I Bite my lower lip when Im concentrating or thinking hard on something lol


#3: Do you have any weird phobias?

Centipedes….ewww they give me the heebie jeebies 0.o


#4: What's a song you secretly LOVE to blast and belt out when your alone?

I love turning on the CD to the Phantom of the opera or Sarah Brightman,and sing along to it when im alone :p


#5: What's one of your biggest pet peeves?

When people talk about gross things at the dinner table.anything that has to do with body fluids or weird body parts lol,ewww that turns me off on my dinner :(


#6: What's one of your nervous habits?

I bite my nails when Im Nervous.


#7: What side of the bed do you sleep on?

I have a twin size bed so its small lol so really I sleep in the middle of the bed,my pug loui takes up a lot of room so sometimes I Have to sleep on the left side near the wall.and he sleeps on the end of the bed by my legs on the right side on his little Sobakawa pillow :ppp


#8: What was your first stuffed animal and it's name?

Its a Little light brown and white bunny with floppy ears and feet with a lil pink noise,my dad got it for me when i was little,had it since and still sleep with it in my arms at night :p he's my little dream catcher lol And I call him by two names twinkles,or bunnie. :DD


#9: What's the drink you always order at Starbucks?

I never been to Starbucks even know we have 2 in my town lol,not very big into coffee.


#10: What's a beauty rule you preach but never actually practice?

Taking make up off before bed, I do take my foundation of my face before bed but sometimes I leave my mascara on :(


#11: Which way do you face in the shower?

ummmm depends,when Im washing the shampoo out of my hair I have my back to the shower head,if im washing my body or just dazed in the warm water I face towards the shower head :pp


#12: Do you have any "weird" body skills?

Ummm I don't think so.


#13: What's your favorite comfort food to eat that's bad, but you love to eat anyway?

Eddy's Slow Churned Girl Scouts Cookie Thin Mint Ice Cream….mmmmm

Oh and extra sharp Cheese and Dubliner Cheese I love cheese lol :pp

And my moms homemade Macaroni and Cheese with tomatoes backed in the oven….yummy….ok Im hungry now :Q.....


#14: What's a phrase or exclamation you always say?

When Im Shy I say I don't know a lot,When Im piss and fudge something up I say Goddamn it.oh and I say Fudge instead of Fuck a lot lol.Ummm as you can see in a lot of my writing I LOL a lot lol see gosh!


#15: It's time for bed - what are you actually wearing?

Boy shorts panties,and my baggy Pikachu T-shirt lol


Macaroni and cheese—also called mac and cheese or mac n cheese in US and Canadian English, macaroni cheese in the United Kingdom—is a dish of English origin, consisting of cooked macaroni pasta and a cheese sauce, most commonly cheddar. Wikipedia

and some mac and cheese. Hella long ago.

No one would blame you for tucking into a warm blanketed bed with a bucket of macaroni and cheese. Go ahead and turn on the tele. Maybe Gilligan will make it off the island this time.

Or you could brave the elements and get out there. Dress warmly. Bring a cover for your gear.

We don't get that beautiful snow that transforms everything. The wrecks of playground toys and junker cars become amazing white sculptures.

We get rain. And mud. And idiots, both drivers and pedestrians, clogging the roads.

I have a photo of the Oak Titmouse taken between rain showers at Inceville, Los Liones Canyon. I chose this one because his little conehead looks spectacular in the Winter light.


I shot this in a two foot space next to my daughter's bed, so I had very little room to compose. And since I had a pot of macaroni and cheese on the stove, I was also under the gun.


The little red chair was part of a floral arrangement given to my mother when I was born, so it is quite dear to me. As a child, I spent many an hour sitting on it playing, reading, having snacks. When I read today's challenge, I thought of it immediately, but unfortunately everyone here is too big to sit in it. So in comes Goldilocks to make the declaration. :)


For Our Daily Challenge: Have A Seat.




They became a macaroni and cheese side with our grilled salmon holiday dinner.



these little guys are from the farmer's market, they are brightening up my living room as we speak, pure little pops of spring. they were just begging me to take their picture for the 64 colors group theme, macaroni and cheese!


Hey I made Explore! YAY! Thanks everyone!

Pulled Pork sandwich topped with sauce and some sliced onion. Pasta salad, baked beans. macaroni and cheese, potatoes au gratin and cowboy beans along with an oatmeal raisin cookie

White Cheddar Macaroni & Cheese with Corn bacon macaroni and cheese in a pretzle cone.


Thank you, DCA

I know this is the third macaroni and cheese picture but I didn't think the mac and cheese looked very appetizing in the other two so I guess three times a charm. I did the photo shoot right when it was done so I think that made the difference.


This is organic mac and cheese from the box and it's awesome because it doesn't taste like cardboard!

12 oz. aged ribeye is charbroiled and topped with hot garlic butter and parmesan cheese. For an extra $1.50 I went with the lobster macaroni and cheese, This was delicious


Served at Gem Steakhouse

Mineral Palace

Deadwood South Dakota

Thanksgiving Morning at the Depot - Pueblo, CO


I woke up early this Thanksgiving and checked the infrared satellite view and SunsetWX. It looked like there might be a possibility for a good sunrise, so I headed out to see what I could conjure up. Initially, I was just going to get the sky and sunrise colors glowing on 2912's boiler and tender but while I was setting up the tripod, this UP train made its presence known and I quickly altered my composition to include it.


I would like to wish all of my family and friends a very happy Thanksgiving. And while you're enjoying turkey, stuffing, cranberries (and if your name is Adam T, macaroni and cheese), spare a moment for all of those that don't get the day off. Many thanks to all of the railroaders, doctors, nurses, police officers, firefighters, paramedics, utility workers, zookeepers, truckers and all the rest that have to clock in today to keep the necessities of the country running.

This is a Weight Watchers recipe that I love. The cheese sauce is given most of it's thickness from butternut squash.


And anything with cilantro is teh win for me.

Fried Macaroni and Cheese Balls with Marinara Sauce

My mother's cat Puddy came to live with us a little over a year ago. There was no question that my bedroom would be her home base, because Sally is afraid to sleep in the same room as Puddy. Our other grumpy senior (Potato) simultaneously decided to change her "alone" room from Sally's to my room. Both are the kind of cats prone to have words of warning across their charts at the veterinary office (easily triggered; loud shrieks; watch your hands...) Puddy had never even seen another cat! Yet somehow they worked it out to be alone, together. The bed is Puddy's, while Potato has a choice of several "beds" on the floor and under a window. Each cat has a litter box and their own food and water bowls.

Today's victory was that Potato jumped onto Puddy's bed to beg for a bite of my macaroni and cheese--with Puddy two feet away on the bed.. and no drama ensued. I was really proud of Puddy for not charging or hissing. I think the reason I like this shot is that Puddy seems to be "owning" her bed--literally. "This is all MINE."

Today Bonny and I shot an old friends family portraits at Schabarum Regional Park. We had a great time then went to eat an early dinner a Macaroni Grill. The kids had macaroni and cheese, I had lasagna... I was jealous of the macaroni and cheese.

I did a meme! o.0 stolen from Dylan who stole it from Lei:


You type your answer to each of the questions below into Flickr search. Then, using only the first page, pick an image.


Then, copy and paste each of the URLs for the images into this mosaic maker fd's Flickr Toys. (I lost the link, will have to look up)


1. What is your first name? Anverie

2. What is your favorite food? Macaroni and Cheese

3. What high school did you go to? Bristol Central

4. What is your favorite color? Green

5. Who is your celebrity crush? Christian Bale

6. Favorite drink? Chai tea

7. Dream vacation? Alaska Cruise

8. Favorite dessert? Creme Brulee

9. What you want to be when you grow up? Together

10. What do you love most in life? Friends

11. One Word to describe you. Creative

12. Your flickr name. Anverie

I have been vegan for nearly seven years now.


When I first made the switch, there were very many foods that I missed and wanted to find in my new vegan world.


I made a list. There was french toast, cupcakes, milkshakes, macaroni and cheese, gyros, pizza, chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream...

And one by one, I have checked them all off the list, either by making them myself or by finding them at some restaurant or cafe.


Except for one. One


Cinnamon rolls.


Oh, cinnamon rolls.


Arguably my most favoritest food in the universe, I was unable to find a vegan alternative anywhere. Seven years, people!


I came very close - while in San Francisco a while back, I did my research and found a little coffeeshop that advertised them. So I went.


No luck. Sold out that day.


I went back again, just before I caught my flight out of town.

No luck, again. Sold out, again.


But no longer.


Last week I stopped in to the Riverwest Co-op for lunch.

Lo and behold, glorygloryhallelujah, vegan cinnamon rolls.


Just 'Cause.


Buffalo Mac 'n Cheese


1/4 Cup Butter. 2.5 Tbs Flour. Cayenne Pepper Dash. Salt. Pepper. Nutmeg. Paprika. 8 Oz Pasta (I used Cavatappi) Shredded Chicken Meat. Frank's Hot Sauce. Butter for Mixing w/Hot Sauce. 1/2 Cup Blue Cheese. (If you No Likey, Use Goat. I did.) 2 Cups Sharp Cheddar Cheese.


Boil Water and Cook 8oz Pasta 2 Minutes short of Package Directions. Drain well.


Melt 1/4 cup butter over medium heat. Whisk in flour to make a roux. Cook over medium heat 3-4 minutes. Add Dash of Cayenne, Dash of Paprika, Pepper, and Fresh Grated Nutmeg. Stir 2 minutes more. Whisk in the 3 cups milk (I warm it first) Stir constantly over medium heat until sauce thickens. Add salt to taste. Stir in Blue Cheese (or Goat) till mostly melted. Stir in Cheddar Cheese.

Put cooked pasta in baking dish. Pour Sauce over pasta. **NOTE** It WILL look like too much sauce. No Worries. That's what makes this recipe so good. It bakes off. Promise. Cover and bake at 350 for 30 minutes.


For Chicken: Melt butter in pan and add Frank's Hot Sauce. The Ratio depends on how hot you want it. Toss shredded cooked chicken in sauce to coat.


To Serve: Spoon Serving of Macaroni and Cheese into Bowl. Top with Buffalo Seasoned Shredded Chicken and Crumbled Blue (or Goat) Cheese.



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