Gourmet Macaroni and Cheese

Earlier this week I received a macaroni and cheese kit from Smith’s Country Cheese in Winchendon, MA. I LOVE macaroni and cheese (as do the kids of course!), so I couldn’t wait to try it out. Smith’s promised me a gourmet mac n’ cheese, and boy did they deliver!

I made the meal for my family and my father-in-law, who is a foodie and gourmet cook. My father-in-law really liked this cheese and the recipe. Score one for me! Winking smile The husband and kids also enjoyed it tremendously.

making gourmet macaroni and cheeseIt’s no secret that I love supporting local business, so I was more than happy to try Smith’s Country Cheese. I think the macaroni and cheese kit would make a great housewarming, hostess, or even new baby gift! The smoked gouda definitely separates it from your ordinary macaroni and cheese.

Each kit comes with a 1/2 pound each of smoked gouda and sharp cheddar, a box of elbow macaroni, and a recipe for their mac n’ cheese. The kits are $18.99 plus shipping charges, and you can find more details by clicking HERE.

Running related: yesterday was an off day since I did 7 miles (8:07 pace) Tuesday and will do 6 today. I really want to get in a run tomorrow morning before we get this behemoth of a snow storm Friday afternoon into Saturday.

There are widely varying projected totals for the Cape (we are always the wild card!), so who knows what we will get?! I’d like to at least feel like I got a run in before I’m stuck inside for a day or so!


  1. says

    Yes, we too are on the uncertain ‘line’ here in PA. Just north of me they are saying 4-8″, for here it was nothing, but is now 1-3″. I have a 15 miler scheduled for Sunday. So if it’s 1-3 I should be good to go. It’s just going to be COLD!!!

    • Jessica says

      I think this is going to be a big one! I was just thinking about my long run this weekend too. I have a feeling it’s going to be on Sunday on the dreadmill. :-(

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