Saturday, September 05, 2009
The Posse has been on a quest this spring and summer for the best macaroni and cheese. Pictured above is my favorite mac n cheese in the city: Chat N Chew. And when Dogmatic has it, I enjoy their mac n cheese as well.
We tried Schnippers. Hi to the blogger who saw us but didn't say Hi! PLEASE say hi next time, it's not weird or stalkerish.
The presentation gets a thumbs down. It looked watery but the texture was actually pretty thick. Crumbly top always gets a thumbs up in my book but the kiddos do not like a crumb top. I didn't mind this mac n cheese, but consider it not worth the calories, and the kids both gave it a thumbs down. But a thumbs up on the atmosphere and the vibrating flashing "you're food is ready" thingies.
Here we are at Olive Garden. We can only go here without Dad, because he doesn't like it, and now that he is Skinny Dad, he would just sit there drinking a glass of skim milk and pass on all those calories. Honey, you'd be proud of me, I was very calorie-conscious with my olive's garden choice, except for the breadstick(s).
Next up, KFC. I tried this years ago and I give it a double-barf. The kids did too. Ew.
Boston Market gets top marks from my kiddos. I used to eat it too. I'm pretty sure this is the worst mac n cheese to consume. I think my kids like the curly cue pasta and the texture. I find it a bit messy and unruly...and bright. no?
I'm pretty sure Pizzeria Uno serves good old fashioned Kraft. We serve that here too, when it is 99 cents at Target, especially when it is the Whole Wheat version.
Annie's Shells and Cheese is a popular treat in our house too. And that concludes are quest for the best mac n cheese.