There are many reasons why I love Jello. It’s pretty. It wiggles. It’s sweet. It’s completely unpretentious. It reminds me of my childhood, watching dad mix hot water with the contents of a Jello packet, putting it in the refrigerator, and waiting for it to firm up. But the main reason I like Jello today, is that after 6 days straight of the flu, with a temperature up to 103°F, I can actually eat it.
Dear readers of Simply Recipes, I regret to inform you that I have a wicked bad flu and am currently barely able to string words together to form a complete sentence, let alone do any cooking for this site. If you have made a comment on one of the recipes and it hasn’t posted yet, I apologize. There is quite a backlog, and will be for a little while longer. I think I’ll be better in a week, this is how long a flu like this usually takes to work its way through.
In the meantime, for those of you looking for the Amazon deals, there is the Amazon store for Simply Recipes with my favorite kitchenware recommendations with the most up-to-date prices.
Also, my super-hero father (super-hero because he made me Jello yesterday) has been researching baked macaroni and cheese recipes and hasn’t yet found anything he likes. If you have a favorite creamy, cheesy, baked mac cheese recipe (that does not contain Velveeta) would you please let us know?
Until I return to the land of the living, Elise