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Hi, my name is Kevin Williams and I am owner of Oasis Newsfeatures and editor of The Amish Cook newspaper column.

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  1. Rebeca wellington

    What do you do after mixing everything together? You turn the oven on but it doesn’t say when to put it in there or for how long.

    1. Kevin

      omission fixed!:)

  2. Karen

    Kevin, what about the dry mustard? can you taste it in the mac? I do NOT like mustard.. 🙁

    1. Kevin

      Karen, no you really can’t taste the mustard….I am not a huge mustard fan and I can’t taste it in there, you could try without it, I doubt it makes a huge difference, just adds a zing

  3. Gloria Johnson

    Kevin, I think you may want to change that recipe to remove the 4 cups of cheese. I believe this recipe should only have 2 cups of cheese. 1 1/2 cups that you stir into the flour, milk, and butter and 1/2 cup that would be added to the top. Surely 4 1/2 cups of cheese would not be put on top of the pan of macaroni. Otherwise, it sounds like a great recipe.

    1. Kevin

      Gloria, thanks, I clarified (i.e. asked my wife:) and I corrected it, 2 cups in the mixture, 2 cups on top!

      1. Kris

        That still leaves 2 extra cups of cheese in the ingredients (unless I’m missing something). I’m new to the site, but looking forward to trying it. Thanks!

      2. Kevin

        Kris, for “easy mac n cheese” posting the recipe sure gave me fits:) I had cheese listed in there too many times, I just corrected it, should be fine now!

      3. Kris

        I like your sense of humor. Thanks for clearing things up. I’m planning to make it this weekend.

  4. Wendy P

    This sounds just like I make it, only I rinse the macaroni, and also add a dash of Worcestershire sauce. Love that cheesy crust.


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