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Ryojin

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#11 8 years ago

Some consider it an odd combo, but I enjoy mac & cheese with tuna mixed in. Some people (my brother and one of my sisters) likes to mix in hot dogs with it, but I think that only makes it worse. :/

And dammit, this thread is making me hungry!


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#12 8 years ago
Ryojin;5572919Some consider it an odd combo, but I enjoy mac & cheese with tuna mixed in. Some people (my brother and one of my sisters) likes to mix in hot dogs with it, but I think that only makes it worse. :/

That is an odd combo indeed...I hate tuna anyways though. And my dad mixes in hot dogs like that, too. I find it disgusting. He also likes to mix in actual bits of chicken in his ramen. His chicken flavored ramen. I just think it's overkill...




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#13 8 years ago

There's good mac and cheese and then there's the abomination that comes in tins.




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#14 8 years ago

Totes McTurner;5572929He also likes to mix in actual bits of chicken in his ramen. His chicken flavored ramen. I just think it's overkill...[/QUOTE]

I do that from time to time as well. It adds more flavor to it, real chicken flavor, not that cheap imitation that they call chicken.

[QUOTE=Nemmerle;5572941]There's good mac and cheese and then there's the abomination that comes in tins.

Ugh, I can't even imagine eating stuff that comes from tins. :/


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#15 8 years ago

Italian: I like Lasagna (proper, self-made Lasagna, I hate that premade stuff from the supermarket), spaghetti with meat or cheese sauce, gnocci with pesto or gorgonzola sauce and, of course, pizza.

I also like many Russian dishes, in particular the salats and little pies.

American: burgers, but only good ones, not those cheap ones from fast food joints.

French: baguette with a selection of cheeses, grapes and some red wine goes down amazingly well.

I also like spicy food, not so hot that I can't taste anything but the spices though.




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#16 8 years ago

Ryojin;5572919Some consider it an odd combo, but I enjoy mac & cheese with tuna mixed in. Some people (my brother and one of my sisters) likes to mix in hot dogs with it, but I think that only makes it worse. :/

And dammit, this thread is making me hungry!

MotherBanhammer's Ultimate Mac and Cheese

SHOULD serve 3-4

4 Tbsp Flour 4 Tbsp Butter or margarine 2 Cups Uncooked Penne Pasta 2 Cups Whole Milk 3 Cups Grated Cheddar Cheese (sharp or medium) dash of salt and pepper

1. Cook and drain pasta as directed on box, melt butter in small saucepan. Preheat oven to 400F 2. Mix in flour, salt and pepper into the butter, should make an ucky looking roux 3. Continually stir roux for 5-7 minutes over medium heat 4. GRADUALLY mix in milk (if you get impatient, the result is grainy) 5. Bring roux & milk mixture to a boil and leave it at a boil stirring continuously for 2 minutes. 6. Reduce heat, simmer for 10 minutes, grease casserole dish, gradually melt in grated cheese with mixture (should be a lovely golden color) 7. Mix all items you want in mac and cheese into casserole dish. 8. lightly sprinkle with breadcrumbs and spray lightly with oil. 9. Bake uncovered for 20 minutes.

Try adding crumbled bacon, chopped mushrooms, and some scallions to it, and with the breacrumbs mix in some parmesan cheese :nods:


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#17 8 years ago

^I might have to try that sometime.

The name MotherBanHammer just sounds so inviting :)


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#18 8 years ago

MoreGun89;5573108MotherBanhammer's Ultimate Mac and Cheese

SHOULD serve 3-4

4 Tbsp Flour 4 Tbsp Butter or margarine 2 Cups Uncooked Penne Pasta 2 Cups Whole Milk 3 Cups Grated Cheddar Cheese (sharp or medium) dash of salt and pepper

1. Cook and drain pasta as directed on box, melt butter in small saucepan. Preheat oven to 400F 2. Mix in flour, salt and pepper into the butter, should make an ucky looking roux 3. Continually stir roux for 5-7 minutes over medium heat 4. GRADUALLY mix in milk (if you get impatient, the result is grainy) 5. Bring roux & milk mixture to a boil and leave it at a boil stirring continuously for 2 minutes. 6. Reduce heat, simmer for 10 minutes, grease casserole dish, gradually melt in grated cheese with mixture (should be a lovely golden color) 7. Mix all items you want in mac and cheese into casserole dish. 8. lightly sprinkle with breadcrumbs and spray lightly with oil. 9. Bake uncovered for 20 minutes.

Try adding crumbled bacon, chopped mushrooms, and some scallions to it, and with the breacrumbs mix in some parmesan cheese :nods:

I just got hungry. That sounds delicious!!




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#19 8 years ago

[COLOR=orange]I like a very wide variety of Italian and German foods. If I cook for myself, I usually end up modifying Italian foods. Case in point, I make penne with alfredo sauce and chopped spinach, and crumble a handful of bacon into it.[/COLOR] [COLOR=orange][/COLOR] [COLOR=orange][/COLOR] [COLOR=orange]I also like to make berry smoothies, add vanilla, and mix in Triple-Sec or rum. :yum:[/COLOR]


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#20 8 years ago

Smoothies...oh don't get me started on smoothies, man. I LOVE me some fruit drinks. Orange Julius was my home-away-from-home this past summer.