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Snip 13

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Thought it might be a nice idea to guess the names of popular dishes.

I'll start with an easy one to see if this works or not..

A French Casserole with beans and sausages..
 

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Around here it's a blind squirrel and an acorn...
but this is turning into a different game ;^)
 

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Snip, you probably are very fortunate not to know this one! ;)

The "blue box" refers to something known as "Kraft Dinner", "KD", or "Mac and Cheese". It is a North American tradition among kids, poor starving University students and anyone on a budget.

It is noodles and a powdered cheese that come in a "blue box" and isn't that great tasting but sure does in a pinch!

Okay, my turn.
English style sausages served with a generous serving of potatoes that have been boiled and mixed with some butter and milk until smooth.
 

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Snip, you probably are very fortunate not to know this one! ;)

The "blue box" refers to something known as "Kraft Dinner", "KD", or "Mac and Cheese". It is a North American tradition among kids, poor starving University students and anyone on a budget.

It is noodles and a powdered cheese that come in a "blue box" and isn't that great tasting but sure does in a pinch!

Okay, my turn.
English style sausages served with a generous serving of potatoes that have been boiled and mixed with some butter and milk until smooth.

Lol! Oh, We have something like that. Maggie -2min Noodles!
 

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Snip, you probably are very fortunate not to know this one! ;)

The "blue box" refers to something known as "Kraft Dinner", "KD", or "Mac and Cheese". It is a North American tradition among kids, poor starving University students and anyone on a budget.

It is noodles and a powdered cheese that come in a "blue box" and isn't that great tasting but sure does in a pinch!

Okay, my turn.
English style sausages served with a generous serving of potatoes that have been boiled and mixed with some butter and milk until smooth.

And my answer is Bangers and Mash!
 
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