Cinderella’s Royal Table Macaroni and Cheese Recipe


3 ounces Butter
8 ounces Shallots
8 ounces Roasted Garlic
3 ounces Flour
0.5 gallon Milk
2 pounds Black Diamond Cheddar
8 ounces Blue Cheese
2 pounds Quattro Formange (bag mix)
.25 ounce Salt
.0025 ounce White Pepper
5 pounds Penne Pasta (Cooked)
1 cup Gremulata
1 cup Panko Bread Crumbs

  1. Heat Butter in a rondou, add shallots when hot.
  2. When shallots are clear, add garlic. When you can smell the garlic add the heavy cream, bring to a simmer.
  3. Add flour to make a roux.
  4. With an immersion blender, add the cheeses in order (Do Not Boil)
  5. Add salt to taste.
  6. Put pasta in a pan, cover with sauce, top with the 8 oz. of cheddar, top with the panko bread crumbs.
  7. Toast off in the oven.
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Michele Atwood is the Owner/Editor of The Main Street Mouse and it’s subsidiaries and author of the books “Moving to Main Street U.S.A.” “How Many Sleeps Till Disney?” and “How Many Sleeps Till Disneyland?” Michele also contributes Disney news to the Joe Kelley Morning Show on 107.3 WDBO in Orlando. She and her family made the move from Michigan to the Orlando area to pursue their Disney dreams. Michele is a life long Disney fan, and has two sons who have followed suit, each going on their first Disney trip before their first birthday’s. Part of the goal Michele has for The Main Street Mouse is not only to keep members informed, but to create somewhat of a Disney Family by relating to others through personal experiences and opinions. Also, Michele is making it a priority to share stories of inspiration and hope to other Disney Fans in an effort to share the Magic and hopefully make a difference in the lives of others. ~ I enjoy writing personal perspective blogs, doing TMSM Meet Ups for our readers, and keeping the constant interaction going with others, sharing the Disney Magic to people when they can’t be at their Happy Place.

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