Random Food Thought #1

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Don’t ever make homemade Macaroni Cheese with Red Leicester cheese, even if the BBC Food recipe website thingy tells you too.

Do however buy a small baguette, cut it in half lengthways, drop several small knobs of butter along the squishy side (opposite of the crusty side) of the bread along with a bulb of roughly chopped garlic (per half). Wrap each half in tin foil and cook at 180 degrees (celcius/centrigrade/whatever) for about 25 minutes or until hot and garlicy. Eat before it cools. Yum. :)

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16 comments so far

  1. Kestra said:

    Sounds delish. I’ve never been able to figure out how to make real garlic bread rather than buying the horrible frozen stuff from Tesco. Then again, I’ve never been a good cook… And I hate Red Leicester cheese X(

  2. Amanda said:

    Recipes a la Jem? I would promise to try it out, but my parents have banned me from the kitchen as I tend to…well, have kitchen accidents which involve burning food, setting off fire alarms, and blowing up the microwave. I’ll take your word for it though. :)

  3. Karl said:

    I can vouch for the garlic bread. Excellent. The pasta wasn’t half bad..it was a learning experience! I personally love red Leicester..but it’s not a saucy cheese..

  4. Frosty said:

    Lesson: Never read Jem’s food postings while you’re stuck at school and didn’t eat breakfast. >.< Sounds great though, I'll have to try that when I get home. :)

  5. Echo said:

    ^ me too me too : ( I don’t know what Red Leicester cheese is -at all- but I do love regular old homemade macaroni and cheese, the way it’s all stringy ~mmm and it just generally tastes yummier.

  6. Malin said:

    Gawd, I so want a baguette right now! I’ll guess I have to settle with my fish sticks, hamburger-bread and my mashed potatoes made of potato-powder. Oh yeah, a fishburger ahead!