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Unread 11-18-2011, 10:45 PM   #1
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Default Death dust on Mac & Cheese! Sorry, no pron.

Ok, so I decided to sprinkle some Death Dust on a homemade bowl of Mac & Cheese my wife made. WOW, did that work out well. Added a little pepper too. Highly recommended!
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Sounds great! Would your wife share the recipe? Redhot loves her some mac n cheese.
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No pron and no recipe!



Sounds good though.
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I will try and post the recipe later today.
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Sorry it took so long. Had to get the Misses to write it down.
This is Her basic version.

2 lb bag of large elbow macaroni
1 box Velveeta large
2 cans Campbell’s Cheddar Cheese soup
1 cube (1/2 cup) of butter
2/3 cup of milk

Boil Macaroni in 4 quarts of water with a Tablespoon of vegetable oil in it 7-10 minutes until cooked.

Cut up Velveeta into 1 inch cubes
Melt butter in heavy bottom pan
Put in cubed Velveeta and Soup
Stir constantly
Add milk when Velveeta starts to melt in

Stir constantly until cheese is completed melted and then remove from heat

Drain cooked macaroni and blend with cheese sauce
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Sorry it took so long. Had to get the Misses to write it down.
This is Her basic version.

2 lb bag of large elbow macaroni
1 box Velveeta large
2 cans Campbell’s Cheddar Cheese soup
1 cube (1/2 cup) of butter
2/3 cup of milk

Boil Macaroni in 4 quarts of water with a Tablespoon of vegetable oil in it 7-10 minutes until cooked.

Cut up Velveeta into 1 inch cubes
Melt butter in heavy bottom pan
Put in cubed Velveeta and Soup
Stir constantly
Add milk when Velveeta starts to melt in

Stir constantly until cheese is completed melted and then remove from heat

Drain cooked macaroni and blend with cheese sauce
That's a lot of farking cheese!!




I must try it.
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That's a lot of farking cheese!!




I must try it.
That is the basic recipe. Then you can add your spices and other cheeses from there. My wife makes it this way for the kids because some can get fussy about spices, etc. I sprinkled the HDD on it after it was done and mixed it in. That worked out great for me!
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