I don't know why I feel the need to be comfortable.
Macaroni and cheese, please!
Everybody's got their own tried and true (or experimental and iffy) mac 'n' cheese recipe.
People bake it, fake it, boil it, fry it, mix it, buy it--and do a host of other kinds of verbs to it.
My mac 'n' cheese isn't innovative, unbelievably creative, or novel. It's just full of cheese and noodles.
The recipe is posted here*. It's also available for downloading so you can print it out; just click on the title of the recipe. Nutritional information is also available.
*To make it richer, use full fat milk (for both milks), regular shredded cheese, and flour instead of cornstarch. It will turn out the same, and probably even better.
Does anyone want to come over and help me clean up?
- Nikki @ NikSnacks
- I'm an award-winning private chef who writes and talks about my life as a food writer, culinarian, podcast host, and food tour guide, I'm a classical French trained chef with a BA in English from East Carolina University and a Culinary Arts Associate Degree from Le Cordon Bleu-Miami. I've worked as a researcher, an editorial assistant, reporter and guest blogger, catering chef, pastry chef, butcher, baker, and a biscuit-maker.