That would be a pretty cool corner to live on. Vinegar with tabasco peppers added, aged in oak barrels actually.
Cholula, Tapatio, Siracha etc. and salsas are all great on Mac & Cheese (and everything else). However my favorite hot sauce ever is this yellow or green stuff called "Aji" that you get in Peru, nom nom nom nom nom.
I never really liked the flavor of Tobasco, I prefer this.
It's not as hot as you think, just a few dabs will take care of business.
"Give me women, wine and snuff
Until I cry out 'hold, enough!"
this thread inspired my lunch. my hungover body is happy.
also, when I came back with my mac n cheese I found a co-worker microwaving some mac n cheese. strange things are happening.
in terms of hot sauce Tapatío is where it's at.
Also, wings with bleu cheese are the best. Those who think ranch is better are just kidding themselves.
Mac & (Blue) Cheese with Bacon
* 1 package Kraft Deluxe Macaroni & Cheese Dinner
* 1-2 ounce package 'ready bacon', chopped small
* 1/2 yellow onion, diced
* 1/3 cup crumbled blue cheese
* 3 tablespoon butter
* 1 1/2 cups Panko crumbs
1. Preheat oven to 350
2. Saute onion until softened adding bacon near the end to crisp it up
3. Make macaroni according to package directions and add onion, bacon and blue cheese
4. Mix well and place in oven proof casserole dish
5. Melt butter and mix with Panko crumbs, put on top of mac
6. Bake until top is brown and crispy - maybe 20 minutes
I have literally been fantasizing about that recipe you posted all day, Tom. I'm going to make it. But maybe after I go on a long hike or something so I feel less guilty about engorging my face with so much cheese. And ranch.
Kraft : Macaroni & Cheese :: Tiesto : edm
12/16-18 Day for Night
bwahaha. so true.
deluxe, not the powdery crap!
I've made that recipe, it's ace. it contains ingredients people were raving about on their mac - bleu cheese, panko crumbs, & bacon. haven't tried adding ranch.
I put lemon juice on my rice-a-roni.
The rest of you are just nasty...
Originally Posted by stinkbutt
Keepin it high class with rice-a-roni.
Sriracha is the shit.
and so is
Because eating ranch straight is so socially frowned upon that I've had to develop coping methods, Ivy. Once the gays get all their civil rights in order, me and all condiment as primary food advocates will be taking to the streets.