I got this recipe years ago and it's the best macaroni and cheese ever. I can't remember where I found it or who gave it to me but one of my Instagram followers messaged me, (which I appreciate) and said this looked very similar to Giada De Laurentis' Mac and Cheese recipe. I'm not sure of the origin of it but after reading mine and hers, they are almost the same so I'm crediting Giada for this wonderful take on Mac and Cheese! It's been a family favorite ever since I made this for them the first time! This yummy macaroni and cheese recipe is comfort food at its finest and can be your main dish or a side dish. This is my go to recipe when I've cooked a ham and have some leftovers! Ham is optional, but I've always made it with the ham. This is not your traditional macaroni and cheese recipe because it actually doesn't have macaroni or cheddar cheese in it! I use egg noodles and a delicious mix of fontina, parmesan, and mozzarella cheeses. I guess it should be called a different
These homemade Scalloped Potatoes with Fontina Cheese recipe is comfort food at its finest. It's simple to make and is great as a side dish or main dish. I paired it with my Roasted Beef Tenderloin but it also goes well with Ham or any type of meat.Scalloped Potatoes with Fontina Cheese
This homemade Scalloped Potatoes with Fontina Cheese recipe is great as a side dish or can be a main dish if you're vegetarian. This is an easy recipe to make and is also great the next day as a leftovers.8 medium yukon gold potatoes peeled and sliced ((Any type of potatoes works))3 cups grated fontina cheese1 quart half and half1 cup milk3/4 cup flour1 cup butter ((2 cubes))2-3 tsp salt ((to taste))2 tsp pepper ((to taste))2 tsp onion salt1 tsp Johnny's seasoning or any seasoning salt
Peel and wash potatoes. Slice potato in half vertically and slice into approximately 1/4" slices.
This simple veggie salad is light and so easy to make! I came up with this recipe after visiting my friend Amy Brown’s Laughing Goat Flower Farm. Amy has a beautiful flower farm and grows vegetables that she sells to local restaurants. When I saw how many beautiful varieties of cherry tomatoes she had in her massive garden, I knew I had to make something with them. I also grew some of my own vegetables and wanted to use what I had in my garden as well! Using what is fresh and in season is something I really enjoy. There is nothing better than picking something you have grown, as you know exactly where it came from. I have always enjoyed growing and cultivating my own food. When my husband and I first met, he took me to Idaho to meet his grandparents. They lived on a farm in Kuna, Idaho. The farm had been in his family since the early 1900's. My husband’s grandpa had the most amazing garden. I remember walking through row after row of every vegetable you can imagine and