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Powdered cheese, macaroni, butter, and milk combine to make up my favorite food. Macaroni and cheese can go with just about any meal, which allows me to enjoy it often. Hamburgers, chicken, even pork chops; macaroni and cheese goes well with all of them. Because of this adaptability and because of its easy preparation and convenience, macaroni and cheese has become my food of choice.

Every time I feast on a hearty bowl of macaroni and cheese, I am reminded of the summers of my youth. It was then that my mother allowed me to help her with the preparation of my macaroni and cheese. I soon discovered that macaroni and cheese is one of the easiest of foods to prepare. After bringing water to a boil, place macaroni in and wait until it is at your desired consistency. Once that is done you strain the noodles; place them back in the pot, then mix in cheese, butter and milk. Now the only thing left to do is enjoy the meal that you just prepared.

Besides the convenience to make macaroni and cheese, this food is economically convenient because it will not lighten your wallet. There are exceptions to this, of course, but for the most part it will cost you about a dollar for a box, and you then have an entire meal. This inexpensiveness is extremely convenient, especially for the college student like myself. I personally have a steady supply of this cheesy delight in my room at all…...

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