The Perfect Mac&Cheese

I am on a hunt for the perfect mac&cheese recipe.  I have tried 25+ recipes over the past year and not a single one has been anything to rave about.  They have all somehow turned out to be bland instead of cheesy, creamy, and flavorful.  If you have an amazing mac&cheese recipe, please send it my way!  In the meantime,  I’ll be trying S’MAC in the East Village.  S’MAC offers a variety of mac&cheese served in cute, little, individual skillets.  I will definitely be ordering the “Alpine” with gruyere and bacon, the “Parisienne” with brie, figs, mushrooms and rosemary, and the classic “4 Cheese” with cheddar, muenster, gruyere and pecorino.

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  • Liza says:

    hi kat! natalia told me about your blog and I love it!! I've got an amazing mac and cheese recipe for you to try! I make this probably twice a year for holidays and people go nuts for it. What you do is use Ina Garten's "grown up mac and cheese" recipe, but substitute the cheese with gruyere, swiss, sharp cheddar, fontina, and sharp parmesan, approximately 2-3 oz of each because

    March 1, 2012 | Reply
  • emilypiskulick says:

    I was just about to comment and say Ina Garten's is the best! My mom makes it for me every time I come home- it's the best mixture of creamy and super cheesy! Definitely something for you to try. -Em

    March 1, 2012 | Reply
  • Taylor says:

    My mouth is watering just reading about the options you have for dinner at that restaurant!! Let us know if you find a winning recipe…. Velveeta Shells + Cheese can only cut it for so long in my kitchen!

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    March 1, 2012 | Reply
  • Kelly says:

    I have a southwest recipe you might like!!!!!

    **** Make sure the cubed cheese is at room temperature, It melts easier and doesn't coagulate when the pasta is added.

    1 box elbow macaroni
    1 can Rotel Tomatoes
    1 can Cream of Chicken Soup
    3 cups chopped chicken (cooked)
    1 tsp cayenne
    1/2 tsp pepper
    8 oz. soft cheddar cubed
    1 med. white

    March 6, 2012 | Reply
  • Snezana Mahoney says:

    The blog Decorno had a "Macaroni Off" back in 2008… people shared many fabulous-sounding recipes: http://decorno.blogspot.ca/2008/10/tough-times-call-for-comfort-food.html

    March 29, 2012 | Reply