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Up your mac and cheese game with a few awesome tweaks!
I feel blessed today. Actually, I feel blessed most days of my life but today especially. Here I was, working in my home office and suddenly waking up to the noise coming from our kitchen. Maybe I shouldn’t refer it to as “noise”, since it was one of my favorite sounds in the world. My husband talking to himself while cooking something that smelled really good!
I hadn’t even asked him if he could cook today but the sweet guy had realized I was really busy, and decided to surprise me. I asked him what he was making in there but he refused to tell me. All I knew was that it involved mini meatballs!
Just a short while later I heard him shout; “It’s ready!” and I could have beaten Usain Bolt when I rushed to the kitchen. What was it that smelled so heavenly? It was the yummiest mac and cheese ever! Apparently he had come across a tasty-looking recipe and wanted to make his own version of it. Did I already mention I feel blessed?
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Quick Tip: Use your favorite cheese for this recipe.