Martha’s Mac & Cheese

This recipe is nothing short of humble… Martha Stewart’s website even went so far to name the recipe “Perfect” in its title.  Fortunately, that title is well deserved with this recipe that lived up to the hype. I was on a conference call the night I was making this dish and everything was ready as I was jumping on a call with China as I dished out some for my [&hellip

Kale Pasta Bake

I love macaroni and cheese.  There are a lot of variations on it and I’m always interested in trying something a little different.  Here is one without cheese. So technically it’s really not a macaroni and cheese. It’s more of a macaroni noodle and vegan bechamel, but that doesn’t sound as good. I’ve made bechamel before in other pasta dishes, it’s pretty easy though not as simple as dumping in [&hellip

Stove Top Macaroni and Cheese

A slow cooked pot roast, spicy chili, or a bowl of macaroni and cheese all say winter comfort food to me.  On a cool 65 degree day here in a Dallas, I was craving a hearty dish of mac and cheese.  My wife had come across a recipe from the blog White on Rice Couple. The recipe uses a few ingredients where the noodles are cooked, stirring constantly, in milk. [&hellip

Bistro Macaroni Gratin

A couple weeks back I made Provencale Beef Stew from a French Bistro Cooking course I took over 15 years ago. There is a part two to this recipe.  The stew makes a flavorful broth that is used to make a macaroni gratin dish. I have never made the gratin without the two cups of stew broth from the other recipe. I suppose you can make this gratin with another [&hellip