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    Re: Twist on Smoked Mac & Cheese


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    Re: Twist on Smoked Mac & Cheese

    Great stuff Dave, I have found that if you purchase a pasta that is dense with better flour makeup you loose some of the dryness with mac and cheese dishes. We have switched from the traditional elbow macaroni when doing so, it still is good for salad use though. The pasta is a little more expensive but the flavor makes up for it in the final presentation.........Jetspray
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    Re: Twist on Smoked Mac & Cheese

    Thanks for sharing. This looks like something i may be interested in.

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    Re: Twist on Smoked Mac & Cheese

    That looks so good!!

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    Twist on Smoked Mac & Cheese

    I've come up with a twist on mac & cheese that will now be my way to make smoked mac & cheese from here on out. Smoking the whole pan of mac & cheese was good but seemed like it only gave smoke to the top and would cause the noodles to absorb all the sauce to the point of being drier than I liked. My solution was to smoke my cheese sauce alone and then assemble the noodles and sauce at the end. A couple minutes under the broiler created what I think is the perfect smoked mac & cheese.



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