Mac & Cheese

On Friday (the 13th), Derrick and I were going to hang out at mine, have dinner, watch a movie…. That is until he ripped his fingers open.

He was at his chiropractor’s office and in true Friday the 13th form, sliced open his two index fingers. Badly.

Like so bad I had to pick him up do he wouldn’t have to ride a bus. And we had to go to CVS for extra large band aids and neosporin.

Anyway, I digress.

It was a crappy weather day, he was injured, our Friday night plans “altered”, so I decided to make homemade Mac & cheese.

Which I then shared with Derrick.

My Mac & Cheese has become sort of like my chili— it’s never the same twice and I just cook it by the seat of my pants.

This particular batch came out… Well.

My ingredients were as follows:

Elbow macaroni
1/2 an onion
5 cloves garlic
2% milk
2 cups mixed cheddar cheeses
8 oz Gorgonzola
1/2 cup Swiss cheese
Panko breadcrumbs

I used some of the bacon grease to fry up the onion. Then added butter and flour to make the roué. Then milk. Then cheeses. Then garlic, salt and pepper. Then I stirred in the macaroni and crumbled bacon, topped with Panko and Parmesan and baked it at 375.

Derrick had 2 helpings. And then came back for some more on Saturday evening.

It was pretty tasty, and it’s nice cooking for an appreciative audience.

Next up, I think I’ll make him my Thai curry….

About cb

Nickname: Munt Measurements: 45 B, 34, 38(?) Ambition: to be the best human ever! Turn ons: long walks on the beach, romantic dinners, porn, rainbows, cock Turn offs: bad smell face, men who are full of themselves, dead puppies, popcorn, sadness
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10 Responses to Mac & Cheese

  1. Sounds yummy!

    Are his fingers ok?!

  2. Peter Maria says:

    That is basically my recipe, although I sometimes swap ham in for the bacon, depending on what’s in the frig. Also, I use a little bit of ground mustard ( start with half a teaspoon and work up).

    Hope your sweetie is better soon. Also, sounds like a good malpractice suit, if he is litigiously inclined.

  3. Marcus says:

    Mac sounds fab. Poor Derrick- how on earth did that happen? (hopefully his back is better though!?)

  4. truthspew says:

    I see a lot of elements of Jefferson’s Mac and Cheese in that recipe. I’m a purist, I use butter as the fat. The pasta is cooked separately too. Then the cheese mix is poured into and mixed with the cooked pasta.

    Then into a baking pan and cover with a bit of breadcrumb, cheese and butter mixture and bake for about 40 minutes.

    As to Derrick, both index fingers? Now that’s a trick!

  5. javabear says:

    Woa, I haven’t been here in a while. Who the heck is Derrick??

    Panko bread crumbs are essential for good homemade Mac’n’cheese.

  6. YvesPaul says:

    It’s great that you’re spending a lot of time with Derrick. I’m happy for you.

  7. Nik_theGreek says:

    Ouch… That sounds painful, although he must be feeling better to have so many servings of your food. Having a good appetite is always a good sign. That’s what my grandma used to say

  8. Mark in DE says:

    J’adore mac ‘n cheese!! Yours sounds dreamy.

  9. Colonel Panic says:

    I like that your recipe involves making a roué (defined as a man devoted to a life of sensual pleasure) rather than a roux. Freudian spellcheck?

  10. JC says:

    “And then came back for some more on Saturday evening.”
    I assuming you mean Mac-N-Cheese… or He can back for ‘more’…..
    Either way good job…

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