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Cooking With Friends:Lobster Mac&Cheese

Hey there foodies,

I'm in the kitchen again cooking up one of our favorite comfort dishes and it's cheesier than ever! Being a true Georgia peach I thought it would only be right to showcase one of our southern staples that is pretty much appropriate to serve wherever you go. Yep, you know it…mac & cheese! So if you're a non-chef-y like me you have to master one dish really well so it can be your go-to potluck dish lol. Well ladies & gents here's another go-to to recipe to add to your arsenal!

I mean personally, I know no event that mac and cheese is not appropriate for. I'm talking BBQ's, weddings, baby showers, funerals, picnics, christmas, you name it and it's ok for mac and cheese to be there. So for all my foodies out there that don't know how to make this cheesy goodness or if you're looking for an amazing new recipe this episode is for you!

Not to mention my oh so fly friend Eric flew in all the way from New York just to throw down with us in the kitchen. So to make it worth our while we upped our fancy and turned our traditional mac to Lobster mac! Of course, we love doing the most lol. But anyway, enough small talk…let's get to it! Click Play & Snag Eric's Legendary Lobster Mac & Cheese recipe while you're at it.

Lobster Mac & Cheese


Lobster tail •Bring seafood stock and water to a boil.•blanch lobster tail for about 2-3 minutes until they turn bright orange. Remove from heat and stop cooking in ice bath.

Noodles • Boil noodles in same broth until al dente.•save one cup of stock, and drain noodles•while hot, stir to melt one stick of butter into noodles.•stir in one container of sour cream•season with dry seasonings to taste

Cheese sauce •Melt one stick of butter in sauce pan•slowly add flour one teaspoon at a time until paste forms•add reserved stock and cream to pan and stir to create sauce•stir in cheeses •add dry seasonings: garlic, salt, pepper, nutmeg, parsley flakes

Combine pasta and lobster with cheese sauce. Place in baking dish and top with breadcrumbs. Broil for 10-15 minutes or until top is golden brown.

Summer Time Sangria

3 cups of dry red wine (whole large bottle for 3 or more guests)

1 1/2 cups of frozen limeade

1 1/2 cups of OJ

1/2 cup of brandy

1/4 cup of sugar

2 tablespoons of fresh lemon juice

2 tablespoons of fresh lime juice

Fill the Sangria container with

sliced and diced

oranges, apples, lemons, and limes.

Stir Well. ( Best if you let sit overnight in the fridge)

That face you make when your cocktail turns out PERFECT!!!


Comment below & let me know what you think of my new episode:)



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