But those awesome southerners have amazing ways of describing things.
Know how I know?
For example: Shut the front door = shut up! or no way!! or get outta town!!
Slap your mama is one of my favorites but I’m not sure that means something good.
And I love my mama so I would never slap her.
I was organizing the basement last week and found a cookbook from Annie’s preschool:
Well, that just isn’t right!
Shut the Front Door Mac and Cheese
Mac and Cheese That Will Make Your Pile O’ Laundry Go Away
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Shut The Front Door Macaroni and Cheese
- 1-2.5 cups of elbow macaroni
- 2 C. milk
- 6-8 slices DELI American cheese (only the deli style, not regular cheese slices. I used Kraft deli slices but you could also go to your grocery deli)
- 2 Tbsp. flour
- 1 cube of chicken bouillon
- Boil the elbow macaroni.
- Then while that is boiling away do the following:
- Heat the milk, bouillon, a dash of salt and the flour.
- Use a whisk to make sure you break down the flour.
- Let it slightly boil (you want it to thicken).
- Then add the cheese slices.
- Stir until it all melts.
- Once you’ve boiled the macaroni and drained it, pour the cheese sauce over the noodles.