CheeseRank.com recently asked me to come up with an original recipe for their site with the only stipulation being that it contain “a lot of clearly visible melted cheese.” I’m hoping that this one will do…. I’d also just like to give a quick warning to anyone who attempts to make this sandwich — it will be messy, but it will be worth it.
Now, a grilled cheese sandwich with macaroni and cheese in the … CONTINUE READING »
Although I’m referring to this as a Macaroni and Cheese Crust Pizza, I guess it’s really more of a mac and cheese pie that’s topped with sauce, cheese and pepperoni. I guess it could be considered a deep dish mac and cheese pizza, but I can guarantee that if I called it that the first person from Chicago that saw it would freak out about how it really isn’t a true deep dish pizza.
It … CONTINUE READING »
This is an idea I’ve been sitting on for a while now. A little over a year ago the Milwaukee Bucks held a contest where you had to submit bratwurst-related food ideas to them, with the winner receiving courtside seats to a game and free brats for a year.
I didn’t end up winning, but one of my entries that I made for the contest was brats that were topped with sauerkraut and then wrapped … CONTINUE READING »
A little over three years ago I was asked to come up with a unique macaroni and cheese recipe for the now defunct 30 Days, 30 Ways Macaroni & Cheese Blog.
The premise of the site was that each day a different food blogger or chef would use a different Wisconsin cheese to create a mac and cheese dish, so for 30 days straight there would be a new macaroni and cheese recipe posted every … CONTINUE READING »
A while back I saw a story on Foodbeast about how Disney was selling Macaroni and Cheese Bread Cones at Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Florida and at both Car Land and Cozy Cone Motel in California.
Once I was done reading the story I couldn’t stop staring at the photo and thinking about how much I wish I lived closer to either of the two coasts so I could head to Disney and enjoy one … CONTINUE READING »