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Old 11-15-2010, 02:52 PM   #21
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glad you guys liked it - nice variations too! It's my go-to mac and cheese recipe now.

p.s. also good with the top sprinkled w/French's fried onions

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Old 11-16-2010, 07:17 PM   #22
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Originally Posted by mollyanne View Post
Would you believe I've never made macaroni and cheese?
And it's most everyone's favorite comfort food.
Don't get me started...
...too late, I'm so going to make this and eat it all gone!
the only mac and cheese i ever made, was a "gourmet" one that was disgusting. oh yeah, and i made it for company. tasted like i imagine library would taste. was expensive to make to boot. gonna try this one though.

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Dor's Baked Mac and Cheese I never got the hang of good baked M&C until my sister turned me on to her version. 1 stick of butter salt and pepper to taste about 2/3 cup of flour 2 cups (about) milk Blend this in a blender - all the butter may rise to the top but you can keep blending it as you go along Cook almost all of a box of macaroni (about 3/4). then layer in a 13 x 9 pan (glass preferred): milk mixture pasta cheese repeat layers Bake at 375 (maybe 30 minutes - you may have to keep an eye on it) [I]Note: I try to do layers but end up just mooshing it all together. It's fine that way.[/I] 3 stars 1 reviews
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