The Grill Master of the House was a bit dejected when I said that I wouldn’t be blogging about our “Fourth of July Steaks.” I mean, what would I say? We went to Knight’s Market, picked up a lovely pair of steaks, and grilled them over charcoal? That they were pretty amazing?
Well, yeah, I guess I could say that.
And then what?
That I made some homemade mac ‘n’ cheese to go with them?
You guys have seen my recipes for homemade mac ‘n’ cheese before. Case in point:
So in other words, this blog basically has its bases covered in terms of mac ‘n’ cheese.
But… I mean… Who out there doesn’t want to looks at mac ‘n’ cheese pictures? Please find me that person. I always want to look at mac ‘n’ cheese pictures. In fact, I am guilty of searching for the hashtag #macncheeseporn on Instagram. I bet I could even find a significant number of vegans who want to look at [real] Mac ‘n’ Cheese pictures. (Sorry if I just offended a ton of vegans.)
So, you know what? Let’s do this ish.
On the Fourth of July, I made some Mac and effing Cheese. And it was hella good.
#zOMG… breadcrumbs? Okay, that one didn’t really work. No more hash tags.
Don’t be a foo. Make a roux.
Season that ish.
Cheese-it. No Cheez-its.
No words necessary.
Now that was fun, right? The mac ‘n’ cheese recipe can be found in this cookbook, which is officially my Summer 2013 Obsession.
This was a fantastic baked mac ‘n’ cheese recipe! When I’m in the mood for baked, I can see this being my go-to recipe. Though, my verrrry favorite homemade mac ‘n’ cheese is this Stovetop Mac ‘n’ Cheese recipe from Alton Brown.