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by JULIE E. GREENE | August 10, 2006
FREDERICK, Md. - Baked macaroni often translates to that famous comfort food macaroni and cheese. At Tauraso's Ristorante & Trattoria in downtown Frederick, baked macaroni means "bright seafood pasta dish," says Executive Chef Brock Ormond. Spiral pasta is mixed with sauted scallops, shrimp and lobster. This mixture is tossed with a tomato sherry cream sauce and baked in an oven with Romano cheese on top. This $21 entree is just one example of myriad pasta dishes available at Tauraso's.
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By John Sandridge | April 16, 2006
Macaroni and Cheese 1 cup mozzarella cheese, shredded 1 1/2 cups cheddar cheese (sharp or mild), shredded 1/4 pound extra sharp cheddar cheese, cubed 3 eggs 1 1/2 cups milk 1 pound macaroni (elbow shaped) Salt and pepper to taste Coat the bottom of a 12-inch-by-8-inch (or similar) baking pan or casserole dish with 1/4 cup of shredded cheddar cheese. Boil the macaroni in salted water according to package directions. Drain pasta. Pour the hot pasta into the pan or casserole dish.
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By KRISTIN WILSON | April 16, 2006
John Sandridge's passion for cooking took root when he was a child, growing up with a family of great cooks in Charlottesville, Va. "When I was growing up, we used to cook on an old wood stove," Sandridge remembers. "The best food in the world used to come off that stove. " Sandridge, 54, of Hagers-town, picked up many of his culinary skills by watching his mother, aunts and sisters. But it wasn't until he married Fran Sandridge that he started to master the kitchen. "Her thing is, 'You knew that when you married me I didn't cook.
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June 6, 2004
4 quarts boiling water 1 tablespoon salt 2 1/2 cups elbow macaroni noodles, uncooked 3 eggs 3 heaping tablespoons sugar 1 teaspoon salt 4 cups whole milk 4 tablespoons melted butter 16-ounce block of Velveeta cheese, sliced 12 to 14 ounces sharp cheese, finely grated, divided into thirds (To ensure success with this recipe, I recommend using the highest quality cheese.) Put 1 tablespoon of salt in water and boil macaroni noodles for 10 minutes or until al dente.
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November 26, 2003
Week of Monday, Dec. 1, through Friday, Dec. 5: Washington County Menu not available at press time. Berkeley County, W.Va. Monday - Ham slice, macaroni and cheese, broccoli, fruit, bread and milk. Tuesday - Chili con carne with crackers, veggie sticks with dip, corn bread, fruit crisp or cobbler and milk. Wednesday - Chicken patty on bun with lettuce and tomato, green beans, fruit, cookie choice and milk. Thursday - Ground beef and macaroni, vegetable medley, fresh fruit, roll and milk.
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August 31, 2003
(Prep time: 20 minutes Bake time: 30 to 40 minutes) 1 1-pound box elbow macaroni noodles 2 10 3/4-ounce cans cheddar cheese soup 1/2 soup can, 6 ounces, of milk 2 cups cooked ham, chopped 1 can cheddar-flavored french fried onions 4 ounces cheddar cheese, shredded Butter-flavored cooking spray Preheat oven to 350 degrees Cook elbow macaroni noodles as directed,...
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July 25, 2000
Mom's recipe is great for hot days When it's hot out and I know I won't feel like cooking for a few days, I'll prepare a quick macaroni salad. It's easy to make, and, since it's Mom's recipe, I know it will taste good while I'm trying to beat the heat. Because I'm a runner, I don't worry about the argument that too much pasta can be bad for me. Pasta is a carbohydrate. When carbohydrates are not used, the body converts them into sugar, which can become fat. The energy macaroni provides is one benefit that outweighs any negatives of taking in too many carbohydrates.
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By LISA GRAYBEAL | April 16, 1998
by Joe Crocetta / staff photographer see the enlargement Girl says 'cheese' on macaroni box Saying cheese for the camera comes easy for 5-year-old Beth Haniak. As one of 60 finalists in the Kraft Macaroni & Cheese "I Want The Blues" contest, Beth's face will appear on the back of the familiar blue boxes sold in grocery stores nationwide starting in June. "This was kind of like a fairy tale for us," said Katrina Haniak, Beth's mother, who grew up in Hagerstown and graduated from South Hagerstown High School and Hagerstown Junior College.
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