Archive for March, 2009


Mac and Cheese BlahBlahBlah

Mac and Cheese BlahBlahBlah….. A variation to the standard recipe of Mac and Cheese.

If you have cooked mac and cheese before you will know the measurements….

pasta (elbows)

diced bacon

diced onion

diced celery

diced garlic

diced green pepper

diced cooked chicken

olive oil





american cheese

Asiago cheese


crushed crackers

cook macaroni in salted water, drain and return to a large pan.

Saute the diced bacon to render some fat add the rest of the diced vegetables and cook till tender adding olive oil as needed. Add the diced cooked chicken, heat through and season to taste. Add it to the large pan of macaroni. In the same pan that was used for saute, melt butter, add flour to make a roux. Whisk in the stock and milk and heat till it starts to thicken. While still heating add the cheese(s). Temper and add the egg to the sauce. When completed mix the sauce and pasta together.

Turn into a rectangular baking dish and top with crushed crackers. Extra mixture can be frozen for later use.

Bake in a moderate oven till bubbly and switch to broil and brown cracker topping. Let cool slightly and serve.

Cut through the mac and cheese flavor with a demitass cup of strong turkish coffee.


March 2009

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