The World's Best Macaroni and Cheese Recipe

Discussion in 'NASCAR' started by Bagman, Jan 13, 2009.

  1. Bagman

    Bagman Member

    This comes to you compliments of Mother Bagley...

    2 cups uncooked macaroni
    1 cup grated sharp cheese
    3/4 can evaporated milk (large can)
    1/4 stick of butter
    3/4 lb. Velveeta cheese

    Cook macaroni. In a 2 quart casserole, place 1/2 of the cooked macaroni. Sprinkle with 1/2 cup grated cheese. Slice Velveeta and place 1/2 of that over grated cheese. Repeat layers. Slice butter over top. Then add milk. Sprinkle top with a little more grated cheese. Bake in a 350 degree oven for 30 minutes, inserting knife occasionally to let milk spread over cheese.

    Enjoy!
     
  2. dpkimmel2001

    dpkimmel2001 Well-Known Member

    This looks like it could kill you.......quick!

    Actually, it looks good! Gonna try it soon.
     
  3. 9FNZ

    9FNZ Member

    Sounds like an artery clogger for sure, but sounds really really good. Gonna have to try it soon. :yesshake:
     
  4. Snoozer

    Snoozer Well-Known Member

    Sounds tastey. I'll be sure to give it a try sometime soon.
     
  5. summejs

    summejs New Member

    Thanks for sharin' Ms Bagley...my grandma is the same way with her "TOP" recipes, so I'm sure it's a good one!!!
     
  6. semipenguin

    semipenguin Cheeseburger Connoisseur

    Give Mother Bagley a Marconi Award for her World's Best Macaroni and Cheese Recipe...:)
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  7. Jgatie

    Jgatie Banned

    Sorry, but any Mac & Cheese recipe that uses Velveeta (and no roux!!!) is going to taste like my mother's . . . and my mother couldn't cook to save her life. She lost the recipe to ice cubes and once burned a pot of water.

    Now my dad? My dad was the cook of the house and he made some badass Mac & Cheese. But you have to make a roux to get badass Mac & Cheese. And no Velveeta!! Cheddar, Fontina, and Parmagiano Reggiano only.
     
  8. Snoozer

    Snoozer Well-Known Member

    I'm hungry now, thanks to this thread.:( Only 2 hrs of work left.
     
  9. Andrew8468

    Andrew8468 Plans on freezing in the dark

    What's a cup and a pound? You should use the measurements every other country in the world uses ;)
     
  10. Jgatie

    Jgatie Banned

    England uses the pound, and every soccer player should know what a cup is.
     
  11. foyt

    foyt Member

    If this is the same Embarrassment of Goodness that the Gingersnap Cookies were, it will be great! I can't wait to try it.:bow:
     
  12. Easy Money

    Easy Money Active Member

    That is not a lesson you want to learn the HARD way!:scared::rofl2:
    (pun intended)
     
  13. Easy Money

    Easy Money Active Member


    Didnt you refer to this as "fried mac and cheese" on the show? I was ready to call you out on baking "fried mac and cheese"!:nana:

    But it sounds awesome! Cracker Barrel had something like this at one time, only it also had several meats in it, yum yum!
     
  14. antsie

    antsie Well-Known Member

    Thanks for the recipe Ma Bagley!
     
  15. Bagman

    Bagman Member

    The Fried Mac and Cheese reference was from Speedway yesterday. You couldnt deep fry this if you tried... you first have to get it off the spoon. :p
     
  16. hexagram

    hexagram Medicinal & Recreational.

    1 cup = 240mL
    1 pound = About 1/2 kg (0.45 kg = 1 pound)
     
  17. Easy Money

    Easy Money Active Member

    Oh crap, Im busted!:loser: Look at me, I claim to not like SS, and here I am remembering something from it. Guess I must have stop by there as I was passing thru the channel.:smug:
     
  18. Easy Money

    Easy Money Active Member

    I take it by your signature, your just a weee bit into gadgets!:scared:
     
  19. Dave Moody

    Dave Moody Member

    HA! Busted!!! Nice to have you aboard, Easy!:hw:
     
  20. mccastle

    mccastle Member

    Good one :rofl2:
     

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