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I painted my curtains with a potato this weekend. This is what happens when you are a food blogger; you can’t do anything without incorporating food. Just kidding. But I really did use a potato. You cut it in half, carve out the shape you want, dip it in paint and use it like a stamp. They turned out awesome. This is what you do when your artsy sister-in-law is in town and you are too cheap to buy the curtains that she really wants you to buy…DIY, baby.
I know, I know, how many recipes are there out there for Macaroni and Cheese? And this one is nothing new, no freaky ingredients or trying to be healthy. (Kind of like my favorite Chocolate Chip Cookies.) I mean, it’s Macaroni and Cheese. I called my mother-in-law for the official recipe and she said that sometimes she uses 1/3 cup of butter instead of a half cup and I’m just sitting there thinking really? You’re trying to make this healthy? It’s hopeless. Just accept it. Accept this cheesy heart attack.
My brother used to hate boxed macaroni and cheese growing up. He would hide the boxes when my mom bought it. She has this 100+ year-old organ that used to be my great grandmother’s, and one time she found 3 or 4 blue boxes of macaroni and cheese hiding in it. It’s so ironic because my brother’s kids love it just about as much as he hated it. I fed them this delicious homemade mac n cheese for dinner last week and when they realized that we weren’t having blue box macaroni, they looked like I had just announced Christmas was cancelled this year.
Source: my mother-in-law Kris