To me Fannie Farmer's recipe is the only "real" Macaroni & Cheese. It's from my 1946 edition of "Fannie Farmer's Boston Cooking School Cookbook". With time on it's side - this recipe is hands down the best for traditional, homemade baked macaroni & cheese - comfort food.
Please Note: If you use CHEAP CHEESE you will end up with a BLAND and FLAVORLESS DISH!
The original dish was created in 1908 in San Francisco in honor of opera star Luisa Tetrazzini. There is a cooling and standing time of a total of 10 minutes. This was found in Better Homes and Gardens, May 2007 edition. This is so delicious and such great comfort food! Use both red & yellow peppers, they make it taste wonderful!
This is a recipe that I originally found in "Taste of Home" magazine in 2000. I have changed it a little to fit my families tastes. I have also entered my version in the NC Turkey Cooking Contest this year........Wouldn't it be great if I won?? :-)
This is my much quickened version of a pasty, put into pie form. For those who are unfamiliar with pasties, they are a pastry filled with meat, potatoes and onions, then folded into a half-circle. I live in an old mining town and these are still popular from the old days when the men would take them in their lunch boxes.
This is loosely adapted from Judith M. Fertig's recipe in Prairie Home Cooking. The original did not have any cheese or herbs. Either sweet or hot sausages will do; I've also made it with bratwurst.
This is a very easy dinner, very nice for cold weather.
This is my absolute very favorite macaroni and cheese recipe and I have a large collection of m/c recipes. Adapted from Southern Living. I don't make this very often because I could literally eat the whole thing and lick the dish clean.
A tangy and very fruity marinade which moistens dry meat, such as lean pork chops; this recipe is so easy, once the chops have been doused in the marinade for a couple of hours, they can be oven baked or barbecued. This marinade also works very well with chicken breasts or turkey fillets. If you are watching your fat intake, cut down on the olive oil - there isn't much, but it does help make the chops juicier! Serve with a selection of vegetables and/or assorted salads & crusty bread - depending on the season! This recipe is based on four people eating with accompaniments.
Was in the mood to be creative last night. LOL
This what I came up with and my family LOVED it.
It is quite hot for me anyway LOL
I served it with a Pepper cornbread.You can switch up the cheeses to suit your taste.
I added the juice from the chipoltes a teaspoon at a time until I got the heat I wanted , ended up using it all LOL