Book Review: Mac & Cheese, Please!

Mac & Cheese has got to be one of my favorite meals. When I saw that there was a book with FIFTY Mac & Cheese recipes I knew that I had to check it out.  I thought that I would be smart and wait to read it until after I was full on dinner – but that didn’t work.

The book is broken down to 8 chapters – Classic (and Almost Classic), Mostly Cheese, Eat Your Veggies, Eat Your Protein, Breakfast at Dinner, Totally Decadent, Lighten Up, Cool Down and Party Time.

Typically I stick with Kraft in the blue box or easy mac (which I practically lived on in college!) Ive never ventured to try and other kinds.  But with all the different kinds of cheeses that would work for mac & cheese listed in this book – I might have to start expanding on my options.

Each recipe also lists option add ins – such as bacon, tomatos, ham, etc. If you have a favorite recipe and want to mix it up just a little bit,

I think the first I am going to try is the Nacho’s Mac & Cheese, but that is only first in a long line of recipes I am going to want to try out!

If you love Mac & Cheese or have someone in your life that loves Mac & Cheese and you want to surprise them with a home cooked meal  – this is the book for you!

I received a free e-copy of this book from the publisher through Net Galley in order to write this review.

About the Book

No one knows cheese better than Laura Werlin, and now she’s applying her expertise to everyone’s favorite macaroni dish. Inside, you’ll find 50 recipes organized by fun topics, such as Classic and Almost-Classic Mac & Cheese, Porky Mac & Cheese, Decadent Mac & Cheese, Lighten Up Mac & Cheese, Veggie Mac & Cheese, Party Time Mac & Cheese, and Breakfast for Dinner Mac & Cheese. The 50 recipes are presented in a fun format, like her previous title, Grilled Cheese Please! She even includes an appendix that includes info on all the food trucks and restaurants that specialize in mac & cheese.

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