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Mac N Cheese with Bacon

Mac & Cheese with Bacon

Posted on by Kyle Pivnick in Cooking, Recipes | No Comments

Our 4th president, Thomas Jefferson invented Mac N Cheese. He made a pasta extruder that helped make macaroni. Back then, in the 1700s, macaroni was long and flat. So you would get only 6 per serving.

Every-time I celebrate Thomas Jefferson, I eat a version of Mac N Cheese. This one has bacon to really perk it up. If your family eats bacon, then this is a great recipe for you.

Eggless Pasta Dough

Posted on by chefscott in Cooking, Ingredient, Recipes | No Comments

Eggless Pasta Dough Votes: 0 Rating: 0 You: Rate this recipe! Print Recipe One of the great questions if you are a huge pasta fan is: Egg or eggless? Well to be honest, in Italy, the recipe for pasta changes from town to town. Adding eggs was made by more “well to do” people. It does add a slight richness to the dish, but there is absolutely nothing wrong with eggless pasta. Basically in Italy, they use a different type of flour than we do here in America. They use “semolina” which is a dry duram wheat – very hard flour. Semolina because it basically is a whole grain product has nutritional value. Contrast to that, in America, all-purpose flour is used that doesn’t have any nutritional value. CourseAppetizer, Main Dish, Poultry and Eggs CuisineAmerican, Italian Servings Prep Time 6 People 5 Minutes Servings Prep Time 6 People 5 Minutes …

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