• My husband told me about it. At Costco, they sell Tillamook cheese made in Tillamook Oregon. I actually got to go watch them make cheese there at their factory, so I know their cheese is real! Full fat…. but that’s okay. 🙂

  1. We do that with spaghetti noodles a lot…well, put a slice of cheese (real cheese) on top of the pile of spaghetti, microwave for about 30 seconds or until melted and swirl 🙂 Yum! Have you tried gluten free pasta? I’ve been using the Hodgson Mill brand and even the kids and Jason eat it!

      • I know that you can add about equal parts milk and shredded sharp cheddar cheese to a cooked pasta and some people make a fast mac and cheese that way. I haven’t tried it because my family is weird and won’t eat the made from scratch kind I like made with cheddar cheese. But I’ve read that in several places. I would probably start with melting 1/4 cup of milk with 1/2 cup cheese in with 1/2 cup pasta. I like my mac and cheese kind of thick. You can always add more milk, but it’d be hard to take out. I don’t see this in the magazines, but I know melting pot and other places mix the shredded cheese in a little flour to coat the shreds and this makes them melt instead of curdle.

  2. Wow, how easy is this! My homemade mac and cheese recipes are never quite satisfying no matter which recipe I try. We all like the American cheese slices though so I’ll have to try this one.

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