Cheese puffs… yummm.
You would think one of those generations would have eaten the bag by now.
But they were genuine old chewy stale cheese puffs from Grandpa’s trunk in the basement.
Be thankful it’s not the jar of cheese puffs that Brewster usually gets stuck on his head.
Well, they’re cheese puffs now…originally, they were cheese cubes.
Now that’s an old family recipe that contains a lot of complex chemical formulae!
Mmmm, cheese puffs!
Get him a t-shirt for Christmas: “Cheese Puffs formed this Body!”
They’re still more edible than the satellite dish, I don’t see a problem here. Grab a turkey sandwich with cranberries mixed in, and you have a feast.
I brought a rock.
If I brought a recipe, it would be a page from a book.
For me, the safe bet is a bottle of wine that goes well with the meal..
If there is a sign-up list, put down something awful like “lime jello with olive pieces” —-compared to that, cheese puffs or a can of pork and beans is more than welcome.