As I mentioned in my previous post, my birthday was last Friday and there truly is nothing I enjoy more than cooking a nice meal with my husband. Don’t get me wrong, I love to go out to eat but sometimes it’s nice to just enjoy some good food, wine and champagne in the comfort of your own home. Read my last post to get all the info about where I got my inspiration for this meal from and be sure to visit his site to get even more ideas including the fried mac n’ cheese bites he posted over the weekend! My parents got me Martha Stewart’s Cooking School for Christmas so I just went with the standard Macaroni and Cheese recipe from there. I decided I wanted to add the lobster and my husband asked if we could throw some bacon in there too, it was incredible! We also visited Zillycakes Cupcakery and picked up some vegan and specialty cupcakes in the afternoon that were to die for! Before I forget, in an effort to make things as user friendly I have added sub-categories to the menu tab at the top of the page. On a regular computer, just hover your mouse over to menu tab to see all of the sub-categores and it should just appear on mobile devices and tablets. My hope is that this will make things much easier so you can always find exactly what you need. I have also built a large light box for my office so that I can get much better pictures of the finished recipes since I typically am cooking at night time! This recipe makes enough for four small crocks but is easily multiplied for bigger crowds! Click here to get the recipe and see how it’s made!
January 16, 2013 By makingitwithdanielle in Pasta, Recipes, Seafood Tags: bacon, Bechamel, bread crumbs, elbow macaroni, extra sharp white cheddar cheese, flour, four cheese macaroni and cheese recipe, gruyere, homemade macaroni and cheese, how to make mac and cheese, how to make macaroni and cheese, italian fontina, lobster, lobster bacon macaroni and cheese, macaroni and cheese, macaroni and cheese recipe, martha stewart, martha stewart macaroni and cheese, martha stewart's cooking school, onions, panko, parmesano reggiano, thick cut bacon, unsalted butter, whole milk