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Cass in the Kitchen: Macaroni and Cheese and Garbage Bowls

Guess what I am having tonight? Not this delectable Macaroni and Cheese, unfortunately for me! We are having “old favorites” night here. Re-runs. Previous Prandials. But I totally WISH I was having this!

Macaroni and Cheese

1 part uncooked macaroni
1 part grated cheese
2 parts milk
salt and pepper to taste

Mix all that together and bake, covered, at 350 for an hour or so.
Here’s what it looks like:

macaroni and cheese

We used Co-Jack for the cheese and for my family I ended up using 3 cups mac, 3 cups cheese and 6 cups milk, but I wanted plenty of leftovers. It’s good with anything or by itself. I particularly enjoy it as a side with pork. Enjoy!

Garbage Bowls

grp edr garbage bowlsHave ya’ll seen these “garbage bowls” by Rachel Ray? I picked up one of her mags the other day and saw these in it. Grandmother had bowls like this and she used them for actual cooking and mixing. I totally can’t think of these as useful for garbage, when I’ve seen them full of biscuits and beans and cake batter, and, and, and. Besides, at 18 bucks a pop….no. These bowls could lead to needing credit card debt relief. I like my way better–I just move the trash can to wherever I am prepping the food.

I did enjoy the mag, and I plan to try and then discuss several ideas from it. Also, I subscribed for the third time. I have yet to see an issue, but this last time, I went right through the website instead of a school fundraising sale, so hopefully my mailbox will soon overflow with cooking goodness.

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