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Fr. Daniel Brandenburg, author of Journey to Joy: Reflections on the 7 Sorrows of the Blessed Virgin Mary
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Gary Michuta is online at handsonapologetics.com.
Fr. Boniface Hicks is online at fatherboniface.org.
Fr. Philip-Michael Tangorra is online at Holiness and Living the Sacramental Life
Fr. John Gavin, author of Mysteries of the Lord’s Prayer
Anthony DeStefano, author of How the Angels Got Their Wings
Joe Heschmeyer is online at catholic.com.
OVEN BAKED MAC & CHEESE
2 cups uncooked macaroni
3 tablespoons melted butter
8 oz. each shredded sharp & mild cheddar cheese
Salt and pepper, if desired
Preheat oven to 350.
Melt butter, let cool a little, then mix in dry macaroni.
Add 2 cheeses, salt and pepper and mix well.
Put in Pam sprayed 13 X 9 dish.
Add cheeses but DO NOT STIR.
Pour milk over.
Bake one hour.
1) Can be made ahead and put in refrigerator up to overnight. Take out and let warm up before baking.
2) Can be taken with milk in separate container and baked when you get somewhere.
3) If you are taking it somewhere, don’t bake it quite so long because it will keep “baking” during transit and get dry.
4) Cut in half or quarter, or double, etc.!