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Vintage Cheddar and Gruyere Mac and Cheese with Polish Kielbasa - Vikalinka. <div class="greet_block wpgb_cornered"><div class="greet_text"><div class="greet_image"><a href=" rel="nofollow"><img src=" alt="WP Greet Box icon"/></a></div>Hello there!
If you are new here, you might want to <a href=" rel="nofollow"><strong>subscribe to the RSS feed</strong></a> for updates on this topic. <div style="clear:both"></div></div></div> I woke up to the sound of rain, which immediately put me in the melancholy mood. Our Saturday was shaping up to be annoyingly busy with rides to kids’ birthday party and weekly shopping list while I felt absolutely beat. I guess gone are the days when I could be out 3 nights in a work week and bounce right back the next morning.
Mac and cheese was one of those dishes I had to learn how to make very early in our marriage. This recipe is extremely simple and quite quick. Now let’s talk Polish kielbasa or Ukrainian kovbasa or Russian kolbasa. How to Make the Perfect Mac and Cheese. What makes the perfect mac and cheese in your opinion?
Good ol’ Kraft right out of the box? Homemade thick and cheesy on the stovetop? Baked with a crispy topping and lots of ingredients inside? I think it’s a bit different for everyone, but let me tell you about my perfect mac and cheese. I like a thick and creamy perfectly flavorful cheese sauce like my picture above shows. Note, this is part 1 of 2 recipes; part 2 will be coming later this week. Let’s start by cooking your pasta. Once your pasta is cooked al dente, drain. Let the pasta sit aside for a few minutes while you prepare the roux. To make a simple and flavorful roux, start by melting a stick of butter in a medium saucepan. Whisk in the flour. Whisk in the salt and pepper. Slowly stir in the milk until mixture is thick and creamy. A Super Satisfying Chicken Spaghetti Recipe. Chicken Spaghetti is a go-to dish at our house.
Our long-time friend, neighbor and fellow Boomer Shelley Tyler turned me on to this yummy casserole. She got the recipe while on a ski vacation with her family, and has been perfecting it for almost two decades (though you'd never guess it to look at her!). I discovered Shelley's secret about two years ago while battling Stage 2 breast cancer. She was with me every step of the seemingly impossible journey, praying for a positive outcome, taking me to chemotherapy and cooking what has become one of Bob's and my favorite meals. Since then, I serve this grilled chicken, angel hair pasta and creamy sauce medley at least once a month using Shelley's super recipe. You need only seven ingredients which you probably already have on hand: angel hair pasta, chicken (grilled or canned), cream of chicken and cream of mushroom soup, Rotel diced tomatoes and green chiles, sour cream, and cheese.
Chicken Spaghetti Serves 8 Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Recipe for Three Cheese Stove Top Macaroni and Cheese at Life. S Newest Recipes:Sesame Chicken and Noodles Recipe. Cheddar Bacon Ranch Chicken Pasta. Penne Pasta with Sun-dried Tomato Cream Sauce. Seashells with basil, tomatoes, and garlic. July 8, 2012 This seashell pasta dish was a big hit at our 4th of July gathering and it’s perfect for any outdoor cookout or picnic!
For outdoor get-togethers, I prefer to take side dishes that don’t have to be kept warm or cold; just to make it easier. Since this one doesn’t have any mayo, it’s perfect served at room temperature. Seashells with basil, tomatoes, and garlic (adapted from Sunset Magazine, June 2012) 1/2 c. extra virgin olive oil 3 garlic cloves, finely chopped or minced 3/4 t. sea salt 1/2 t. red pepper flakes 1 pt. small cherry or teardrop tomatoes (I used sugar plums) 1 lb medium seashell pasta 1/2 c. Combine oil, garlic, pepper flakes and salt and simmer on very low heat for 5 minutes or so; being careful not to burn the garlic. Remove from heat and place in a large bowl.
Meanwhile, cook pasta as package directs for al dente in a large pot of salted water. Voila! Enjoy! BigSis’ Vegan Twist: This recipe would be a piece of cake to veganize. Spin-Art Pasta. I was 19 the first time I tried it.
It was during those experimental college years, where peer pressure makes you do things you wouldn't normally do. Things I wouldn't dream of doing now - like staying up past 11 for no reason, going to football games and taking a Country Western Social Dance class. (Actually that last one is a lie. I'd totally take it again if I could. It was completely fun and I'm not even that into country music.) Another thing college introduced me to was all kinds of incredibly tasty and very bad-for-you foods, usually late at night. One of those foods was spinach artichoke dip. My roommates were the ones who convinced me I needed to try it.