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webmacster87
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Icon 1 posted March 29, 2006 19:10      Profile for webmacster87   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Not entirely sure where to put this, but since most of us are celebrating 30 years of Apple because we love their computers, I thought here would be okay. Feel free to move if necessary.

So I was thinking about "Hmm, what should I do on Saturday to celebrate Apple's 30th anniversary?" And I remembered that back when I subscribed to Macworld and it was the Macintosh's 20th anniversary, Macworld published a recipe for Apple "Mac" (macaroni) & Cheese. Macaroni and Cheese is personally my favorite dish, and this twist adds cinnamon and a few spices into the mix. So, since I didn't get around to making it in 2004, I've decided that I'll cook this up this weekend!

Unfortunately, you can't find this linked on Macworld's website, but a quick Google search found the recipe, and you'll find a few tips there for when you cook it.

Just thought I'd share, and I'll be sure to post about how it was. [Smile]

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Hmm, Mac and Cheese and then some Apple I cake--there's a meal worthy for a geek! [Smile]

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Icon 1 posted March 31, 2006 11:06      Profile for SpazGirl   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Damn, now you've got me wanting mac & cheese.... and the dorm doesn't have a working stove!!!!

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Ouch. You have a relative or nearby friend you could borrow?

You need an oven anyway, btw (actually, the Macworld guy that tried this recommended a broiler!).

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If you make half the recipe, or just make a whole batch and freeze half of the unbaked part, you could bake it and broil it in your toaster oven. If you don't have a toaster oven... well, you're dating a hippie... you could burn your bras and cook the mac 'n cheese over their flames... [Wink] [Big Grin]

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Dating one, but am not exactly one myself. There is a distinction there.... [Razz] . Anyways, I went to the dining hall yesterday and they had some, so I'm set.

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The Mac and Cheese was pretty good. The apple gives it an interesting and unique flavor, but it's still quite good.

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