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Oh, my, gosh. This stuff is amazing!!
The other day I was having a conversation with my friend about food. We discussed the difference between “kids’ food” and “adults’ food”.
Now, you may say that food is food, no matter what your age, but there are certain meals that kids in general don’t like. For example, my kids don’t like anything too hot and spicy, or a medium-rare steak. But then my friend suggested that there are meals that are meant for kids alone, and they are not “a real dinner” you can serve to adults.
I gave her a weird look and asked her to give me an example. You know what she said? Mac and cheese! I was so surprised that I didn’t know what to say for a moment! Mac and cheese is one of my favorites and I certainly make it for dinner all the time. But she seemed to think the dish is a bit childish – which made me want to prove her wrong.
Right then and there I started making this incredibly yummy mac and cheese that is not at all like the box stuff you get from the store.
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Quick Tip: Do not use pre-shredded cheese for this – the flavor is much better if you shred the cheese yourself.