Macaroni and Cheese, affectionately known as "mac--cheese" by Americans of all ages, is the ultimate comfort food. And everyone has an opinion about what constitutes the best. Is it the bright orange kind from the Kraft box that defined your childhood? Or is it a gourmet homemade recipe made with four types of cheese? If you ask Assistant Cultural Affairs Officer RaeJean Stokes, she'll tell you that both have their place in her heart...and stomach!
Join RaeJean in Wednesday, August 2 at 5pm, for our next American Food Story: the Battle of the Mac-n-Cheese. She'll show us how to make two recipes. And you'll get to taste both -- ultimately crowning a winner!
Only registered participants will be able to attend. Please register here.
Please note that the number of participants is limited.
We will be checking names at the door.
Remember to bring your passport or driver's license.
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