There's nothing better than mac and cheese on a cold day!!! I make a bechemel sauce then add the cheeses I want. We have tried ALL kinds of cheese i.e., smoked mozzarella/gouda, cheddar, sharp cheddar, parmesan, asiago, gruyere, bleu cheese, etc., etc. We have found that when we crave mac and cheese we simply want the "original" - good ol' cheddar. Sharp will work just fine for us too. Once you make your bechemel turn off the heat and stir in your grated cheese until melted. Add your cooked macaroni. You can either eat as is or place in a buttered casserole, top with breadcrumbs, and bake for about 30 minutes or so at 350 degrees F. We find we like it unbaked as it stays creamier.
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