Mac & Cheese, Please!: 50 Super Cheesy Recipes

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Andrews McMeel Publishing, Dec 4, 2012 - Cooking - 176 pages
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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I read Mac Cheese, Please, in exchange for review from Netgalley.com. The book was wrote by Laura Werlin. The book discusses Super cheesy recipes. First, the book has bright, colorful, pictures of ... Read full review

Contents

Chapter
1
Breakfast for Dinner
81
Eat Your Protein
103
Party Time
135
Acknowledgments
154
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Laura Werlin is the James Beard Award–winning author of five books on cheese. Laura’s particular focus is American cheese, for which she has been a champion for more than a decade. Her groundbreaking first book, The New American Cheese, was the culmination of a passion and a movement, and her follow-up book, The All American Cheese and Wine Book, continues to be a go-to book for cheese and wine pairing American style. Always on a mission to make cheese simple, Werlin’s fourth book, Laura Werlins Cheese Essentials, does just that. When she’s not eating cheese, or making grilled cheese sandwiches or mac n’ cheese, she can be found jogging in San Franciso, California, where she lives.

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