I saw Adam make this on The Next Food Network Star Season 4 and wanted to try it so badly! I found the recipe on The Food Network website. I'm not sure how to separate each section of ingredients. The top section (from the butter to chopped parsley) is for the mac and cheese itself. The 1 cup parsley leaves through lobsters is for the grilled lobster and the bread crumbs through the Italian Romano cheese is for the bread crumb topping. I haven't tried this yet myself and have listed the steps in the same order as Adam Gertler, but I will gladly work on the procedure if I, or a reviewer, finds a better order to list the directions for the grilled lobster and bread crumb topping. I am also listing the prep and cook times from The Food Network and will revise if needed. There is 1 hour of inactive prep time.
I learned this recipe in a cooking class. Very nice flavor. There should be 3-4 mushrooms per person, if cooking as an appetizer. Because humidity and type of breadcrumbs can affect moisture, the wine amount is an approximation, you may need to add more if stuffing seems dry.
These are my favourite chicken wings from my Aunt Jean. We rarely have leftovers, although my mom prefers the leftovers. Cook time does not include marinating. Definitely marinate this for 24 hours if you can. I've done the shorter marinating time and it really does make a difference.
This is a corn chowder recipe I got from a cooking class I took. I thought it was amazing! Vegetable stock may be used instead of chicken stock. Creamed corn may be added to intensify the flavour. Cooking times are approximate.