It’s cheesy. Oh yes. Very cheesy. Bubbling It’s super creamy – not dry like some homemade mac and cheese can get. It’s rich, ooey, gooey, and, yeah – in my humble opinion – the best macaroni and cheese recipe ever, not because i have tried every single one( belive me i have tried many), It’s because whenever I take a glorious melty bite, I simply cannot imagine a better classic mac and cheese. I found a recipe on Martha Stewart’s website which apparently came from singer-songwriter John Legend.
They say “Man can not live by bread alone” but I bet if you added some cheese and garlic to it you could! “Did i hear mumbling from the behind” ?? “You don’t love the bubbly wonderfulness of piping hot garlic cheese bread” ?? Write this date on your calendar. Because that’s all about to change. I can’t think of a better thing to accompany a delicious Italian meal than this cheesy, buttery garlic bread from Gooseberry Patch magazine. Words cannot describe how good this bread is, so please just do yourself a favor and make it. Now! I know it is sinful, but so worth it.
Several days ago, during one of my blog-hopping around the internet, I came across at amazing article at Kraft What’s Cooking. There’s nothing cheesy about it: this Christmas tree made of cheese cubes makes a charming impression. When the crowd arrives for holiday revelry, wow them with this wonderful Christmas tree cheese board made from different flavored cheese cubes.
If there are any leftovers, you can make cheese omelets or a mini-fondue.