Robert Wm. Gomez's

To All the Foodies in the House

Chicken Pasta Marinara

Pictured to the right is the spectacular meal that I ate the other day. When I took the picture, I was going to have something hilarious to say about how different it looked from the image on the box. But, now that I look at it, it really isn't that far off.

As quickie lunches go, it wasn't all that bad. I found it a rather enjoyable forty seconds of eating. Now I know this will send the tongues of my foodie friends into a death spin (with their organic-fair-trade-free-range tomatoes, decimal place free menus and their fancy square plates), but when considering Italian food, I think the difference in quality between a five star dinner and a can of Chef Boyardee isn't all that huge. You can take that as either a slap in the face of Italian cooking or praise for the awesomeness of all things Italiano. I'll go with the latter.