They all agreed he looked Cannelloni.
EDIT; Thank you for all the awards, I guess I pasta test!
First of all it barely tastes like cheese and it’s just one fucking flavor, whoever fucking invented macaroni and cheese should become immortal so people can torture them forever
Also, tips for keeping it moist if I am cooking ahead and baking later.
Edit: Thank you everyone. I had no idea I would get so many suggestions. I will be going through all of these and trying different versions. I will have some great options for the upcoming holidays.
I’ve never really liked Mac N Cheese. I’ve had it many times, many different ways: Homemade, a few different restaurants (nice ones and cheap ones), baked, creamy, boxed like Velveeta, Annie’s, and Kraft Dinner (Kraft Mac N Cheese for you americans, last time I called it that it became a witch hunt even though us canadians eat way more of it). Everyone I know loves or likes it, or at least is neutral on it, so I often found myself ordering it at places if I couldn’t decide. Kind of like how George keeps ordering Pesto on Seinfeld because he thinks he should enjoy it
It’s always 1 of 2 problems: It’s super bland or the type of cheese is gross to eat in that quantity. I find cheddar mac n cheeses to be SO bland somehow, maybe not bland but....lacking depth? That’s a better way to put it. It feels like baby food. Using any other cheeses makes it gross. I love cheese. I am a connoisseur. Swiss, goat, gouda, brie, cheddar, parm, havarti, courgette, blue, all cheese is amazing to me. But once you melt it and throw it over squishy and starchy pasta it loses it’s charm and depth and becomes, well, gross. I can’t stomach more than a few bites. In my opinion you can definitely use too much cheese on a dish (and trust me, I’m heavy on my parm on my pasta) and Mac n’ Cheese is a prime example.