Truffle Mac

Remember the bribe-new-friends-with-baked-goodness plan that I devised during my final days in Tampa?  Well, I started strong by baking the most amazeballs truffle mac and cheese and spreading the love.

I used this recipe, skipping the mushroom/sherry steps.  Not only was I unable to purchase sherry on a Sunday morning, but I wanted my first homemade truffle mac experience to be classic and uncomplicated.

I prepped the first batch for Skylar as a huge thank you for infinite number of ways she helped me out during the move and as a celebratory treat for finishing the Statesman Cap 10k.  The second batch was for a Mad Men viewing party at Matt & Lauren’s.  I forced the leftovers upon both parties as we parted because, simply put, this stuff is too dangerous for my fridge.

Truffle butter, sharp cheddar, and gruyere?  Need I say more?

Comments

  1. Holy moly! Genius – I’m drooling :)
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  2. that looks mouth-watering incredible.
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  3. Oh sweet baby Jesus. My stomach is already rumbling for lunch and now it just got 10 times hungrier. Truffle mac needs to be in my life…rightnow.

  4. Holy cow. I’m booking a plane ticket to Austin. I need that truffle mac in my tummy!!!
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  5. You need to send me some in the mail….or just come visit and make me some :)

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