mac and cheese

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    mac and cheese

    to me for it to be exceptiional  it needs to be baked after it is put together, maybe with some canned onion rings on top even      david
     
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    Of course Mac & Cheese has to be baked. But what about frying your own onions, instead of using those distasteful canned ones? If you go all the way making your own home made M&C - to fry up a couple of onions does not take any more time. Yum!
     
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    Gotta say, pingo, I much prefer those French's canned fried onions!  It's a guilty pleasure of mine...I eat them straight out of the can.  YUM.  I hope you still respect me. ;)

    Oh, yeah, you gotta bake it, wino.  By the way, in Secrets, I asked you about your pairing of wine and artichokes - did you see it?  I'm dying to know your answer.
     
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    Kar, of course I respect you. We all have our little food secrets. For me it is the fried pork rinds. Yeah! Disgusting. Fortunately not many stores carry them. Whenever I finish a bag, I feel oh so guilty. It does not happen often, I have to say. I guess it is a missing ingredients from way back home. They keep the rind on the pork roasts. Score it, sprinkle it with salt and pepper and roast it with the pork. Oh-----so delicious!
     
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    Mm, I love those.  The BBQ flavor is my fav.  My mouth is watering and I'm on my way to the grocery store...a dangerous situation!
     
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    I also agree with the other two guys. Mac & Cheese tastes much better when it's baked. You gotta have some kinda crust on top though so either add some kind of cheese or bread crumb mixture. Mmm!
     
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    Welcome to the forums, patriots6!!  Are you a foodie?  Looking forward to your own contributions; I have a feeling you have some creations worth sharing.

    I like Panko crumbs for mac and cheese; it stays cruchy.  But, between the two, I'd pick the onions for the flavor.
     
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