mac & cheese

TODAY’S POINT OF BALANCE: Today On Serious Eats, they have a poll asking readers “How Do You Like Your Mac and Cheese?” My question: is there a wrong answer to this question?!  Check out the comments to the SE post: I was interested to see how many people don’t like breadcrumbs on theirs – I thought I was the only one! 

c/o Serious Eats

 Speaking of Mac & Cheese: Dave over at Live to Cook… At Home is sponsoring a fantastic giveaway: Dave recently made Michael Symon’s Mac and Cheese with Roasted Chicken, Goat Cheese, and Rosemary recipe. You might remember I tackled this same recipe on Thanksgiving for my family to rave reviews. I highly encourage you to try this recipe out when you are looking to spoil yourself on a good meal at home. 

Two lucky readers will receive a gift certificate good for two people to take a cooking class at the Viking Cooking School!  How awesome is that prize?! To enter to win simply leave a comment about your favorite mac & cheese on the post.  Bonus entries are available! He’ll announce the winner next week. 

Giveaway or not, make sure to check out Live to Cook…At Home as Dave cooks his way through Michael Symon’s “Live to Cook” cookbook (which is an EXCELLENT read BTW).  His posts have been really enjoyable and informative. Plus, he’s a Clevelander, so how can you go wrong?!

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5 thoughts on “mac & cheese

  1. Aunt Kat

    I can go either way. Crumbs or no crumbs. I also like slices of tomatoes baked on top of the mac & cheese. BTW, I like Dave’s blog. Like yours, good reading.

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  2. Mom

    Is there really any bad mac and cheese? I guess if you really tried.

    When I was a kid…and probably too poor to know…my mom didn’t like cheese so she never made it…I was treated to a Catholic school and they had little old ladies cook lunch…and Friday’s we couldn’t eat meat…I sat thru Friday mornings dreaming of ways to get to lunch quicker, and to find a new best friend who didn’t like mac n cheese and give me theirs!!!

    I later found out that by “volunteering” washing the trays…I was always offered extra…therefore insuring I would have enough energy to complete the dishes!

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