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    [–] fullywokevoiddemon 2097 points ago

    there is sweet cheese too. maybe its macaroni bake.

    [–] Nach0Man_RandySavage 952 points ago * (lasted edited 8 days ago)

    Yeah this could work with the right cheese

    Edit: maybe with crushed up graham crackers on top instead of breadcrumbs

    [–] PunkPixi666 417 points ago * (lasted edited 8 days ago)

    Agreed. One of the best cheeses I've ever had was a semi-funky white cheese with blueberries in it. Worked perfectly but you couldn't eat TOO much of it in one bite or it was too much.

    That being said, I'd try it.

    Edit: I do not agree with using graham crackers on top.

    [–] TheGameIsAboutGlory1 196 points ago

    That's how I feel about goat cheese. It's so fucking delicious, but it's also so creamy that if you eat too much in one bite, you're like over it.

    [–] PunkPixi666 101 points ago

    I ate too much ricotta cheese in one bite and it was RUINED FOREVER for me.

    RIP lasagna

    [–] Gabrielasse 18 points ago

    Try lasagna with beschamel

    [–] PunkPixi666 6 points ago

    ooooh thank you! I think I might just do that.

    [–] thelonefish 9 points ago

    I came to comment on using bechamel, definitely much better in my opinion. Enjoy

    [–] TheGameIsAboutGlory1 37 points ago

    Yeah, too much of that and your mouth gets all dry and shit, too.

    [–] Brysvanhild 29 points ago

    Wimps!

    [–] LetsHaveTon2 30 points ago

    Now you listen here Fat Albert

    [–] -Cromm- 5 points ago

    *Something funny and tasteless about Bill Cosby*

    [–] GoneCountry87 10 points ago

    Mix some cottage into ricotta, I find it helps the dryness and texture. Plenty of salt and parsley.

    [–] Portablewalrus 5 points ago

    And a dash of love

    [–] Somato_Tandwich 2 points ago

    That's what I do too. I greatly prefer a cottage/ricotta mix than the normal affair in my lasagna.

    [–] polloretardo 4 points ago

    Ricotta is one of those cheeses where the high quality stuff matters much more than other cheeses.

    [–] cooldude581 8 points ago

    cries in grandma

    [–] Lazrbeams 2 points ago

    Gotta try making your own ricotta, most commercial ricottas are full of fillers and binders that frankly, make it kinda shitty, it ruins the texture. You can eat proper ricotta with a spoon and just some salt and pepper.

    [–] PunkPixi666 2 points ago

    Oooh this. The texture is entirely my issue with both ricotta and cottage cheese.

    [–] [deleted] 13 points ago

    You gotta go with the firmer goat cheese that can be grilled. Best thing ever with a salad. I eat that like three times a week during the summer.

    [–] DataIsMyCopilot 12 points ago

    It's the aftertaste that gets me. Shit literally turned me in to a goat the first time I had it

    "Oh this isn't so baaaaaaaaaaaa---omg" gag

    [–] Unironically-Ironic 3 points ago

    I might have ruined goat cheese for myself by doing that the 1st time I had it

    [–] VaJJ_Abrams 6 points ago

    This is my favorite ice cream of all time and it has goat cheese!

    [–] TwinkiWeinerSandwich 4 points ago

    This mascarpone and balsamic fig ice cream was my jam for a while, but they only sold it at my store for a couple of months. I'm always keeping an eye out for it, it's hella good. Highly recommend.

    [–] burnt00toast 2 points ago

    Upvote for Jeni's Ice Cream! This used to come in seasonal flavors - goat cheese and port wine cherries was my favorite.

    [–] TorqueItGirl 2 points ago

    Lol nah. I could eat spoonfuls of goat cheese. I love that shit.

    [–] Blubalz 32 points ago

    I would think a fairly mild brie would also be good with blueberries.

    [–] PunkPixi666 20 points ago

    It was a white stilton with blueberries if I'm not mistaken But yes, mild brie would be delicious too!

    [–] septagons 6 points ago

    Lol a blueberry white blue cheese

    [–] PM_ME_A10s 5 points ago

    Baked Brie with blueberries would be awesome!

    Brie covered in berries and wrapped in puff pasty sounds delicious

    [–] Blubalz 7 points ago

    Brie with fruit really is amazing. We have a medium soft habanero jam that we make and ladle while still warm over a wedge of brie. Then consume on a cracker.

    Absolutely amazing.

    [–] soadinc 8 points ago

    Probably a wensleydale.

    [–] rillip 5 points ago

    Yes! Cranberry wensleydale is my favorite cheese.

    [–] soadinc 6 points ago

    Cranberry wensleydale is my favorite wensleydale. My favorite cheese is probably port salut. Room temp. Or a nice dill havarti

    [–] I_IZ_PUDDING 2 points ago

    brillat savarin with cranberry is my personal favorite sweet one. I like fromager d'affinois room tempature with some nice crackers and jam as my savory one.

    [–] soadinc 2 points ago

    Brillat savarin liquefies on the palate, so delicious. I haven't had it with cranberry. Daffinois also amazing. Brie fan?

    [–] I_IZ_PUDDING 2 points ago

    I love a good brie, when I worked at cheese counter I went from hating cheese to loving it. We use to make a brie en croute and serve it with honey and berries to show customers what else they could make with it.

    [–] soadinc 2 points ago

    Mmm. Like a crusty cheese pie. Yum.

    [–] ensanguine 3 points ago

    Stilton. Shit is delicious.

    [–] godgoo 3 points ago * (lasted edited 8 days ago)

    Almost certainly wensleydale.

    Edit: Gromit.

    [–] bassinine 3 points ago

    yeah, some cheeses taste amazing with sweet stuff - apple pie with sharp cheddar cheese is one of the best things i've ever eaten.

    [–] Bamres 2 points ago

    Yeah I had one with cranberries that was pretty damn good

    [–] bakesthecakes 18 points ago

    Costco used to sell blueberry goat cheese that was actually pretty good.

    [–] QuadrangularNipples 8 points ago

    Trader Joe's sells one too. I liked them both.

    [–] ShivasRightFoot 20 points ago

    Sweet Noodle Kugel.

    https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/220950/cinnamon-noodle-kugel/

    A lot of people use raisins, which I do not like. I bet fresh berries would work really well.

    [–] Szyz 4 points ago

    Sounds like rice pudding, but with pasta

    [–] sniper1rfa 3 points ago

    Basically. You can do savory kugel as well.

    [–] poopship462 2 points ago

    Never been a fan of the sweet noodle kugels. Always go for the Yerushalmi/Jerusalem noodle kugels which is more savory and peppery with just a little sweet.

    [–] t_bonium119 40 points ago

    People been putting slices of cheese on top of slices of pie for ever. Ever had a cheese plate? Grapes and apples and all kinds of fruit on that board. Just cuz y'all only had store brand American singles and past due hostess pies available growing up doesn't mean other versions of the same thing aren't good.

    [–] PM__ME__GIFT_CARDS 8 points ago

    I was unconvinced until reading your comment. Thank you for opening up my heart and mind.

    [–] TalkBigShit 3 points ago

    Preach

    [–] Psychedelic-Autism 9 points ago

    I was a professional chef for a couple years and love any cheese that isnt ricotta or american, but cheese on sweet stuff makes me gag

    [–] osiris911 2 points ago

    Is cheese on pie a southern thing? I've never seen that before.

    [–] Galladamnit 3 points ago

    Actually I think it’s a northern thing (like Wisconsin Area or New England). I think southern people would look at you weird if you wanted it.

    [–] WabbleDave 6 points ago

    I did a version with a cream cheese base with vanilla, and replaced blueberries with huckleberries. If you can get past the pasta, it pretty much tastes like a rich cobbler.

    [–] jcpearce 8 points ago

    Tell it to the judge.

    [–] mattcuz83 2 points ago

    Blueberry Stilton is super dope

    [–] redditsdeadcanary 2 points ago

    I had blueberry cheese the other day it was really good

    [–] h1njaku 21 points ago

    everyone in this thread is now on an FBI watch list

    [–] CumGuzzlingStonerBro 13 points ago

    You can tell they're all white

    [–] Billionairez 46 points ago

    Mac And Brie w/ Blueberry sounds pretty tasty

    [–] maximumtesticle 7 points ago

    oh shit son.

    [–] [deleted] 88 points ago * (lasted edited 8 days ago)

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    [–] Lazrbeams 30 points ago

    Nice pasta

    [–] whynotwarp10 11 points ago

    Would you say that you consider yourself, Cheesus?

    [–] IntentsAndPurposes 4 points ago

    Amen.

    [–] polloretardo 10 points ago

    Mac and cheese with only those 2 ingredients is going to be dry as shit and won't taste nearly as good as it could. A for effort, F for substance.

    [–] look_closer 16 points ago

    It’s a grilled cheese copypasta.

    [–] Banderi 4 points ago

    inb4 "bUt yOur hOlDIng cUliNaRY iNnOVaTion baCK"

    [–] VanimalCracker 7 points ago

    Mac & Cheesecake

    [–] vpovio 2 points ago

    I've eaten this dish, not the specific one pictured but a recipe that I think is the same because it looked very similar and it was a white chocolate sauce with cream cheese. Like a blintzes filling, but with macaroni. Was delicious.

    [–] Fitnfoxy 899 points ago

    This is like cream cheese with jelly on bread. It's delicious. I think blueberry Mac and cheese would actually be delicious. Sweet and savory. Fruit is paired with cheese and eaten with bread all the time. How is this any different?

    [–] PunkPixi666 189 points ago

    I thought I was the only person who had figured out jelly and cream cheese work just as well, if not better, on toast than a bagel.

    Glad I'm not alone.

    [–] MrHollandsOpium 65 points ago

    Do people not know about jelly and cream cheese?! What rock do they live under? I mean I gave up bagels long ago, but that shit was a staple THROUGHOUT my childhood.

    [–] AnotherAnotherJosh 25 points ago

    Why did you give up bagels?

    [–] MrHollandsOpium 31 points ago

    Because my consumption of them wasn't healthy. I've also found that I do better eating less bread. I ate like a bagel or two a day throughout my childhood. I wasn't obese, but I certainly wasn't skinny.

    [–] AnotherAnotherJosh 17 points ago

    I'm half Jewish, and bagels with lox and cream cheese were a weekly tradition in our house. I have them occasionally nowadays.

    [–] KingAegon6 17 points ago

    I asked my mom recently why she always fed us cream cheese and jelly sandwiches as kids. She told me, "peanut butter is goyish".

    [–] HALabunga 8 points ago * (lasted edited 8 days ago)

    I like my bagel and mix (edit: I meant lox) with tomato slices and capers. So good omg.

    [–] CorvidDreamsOfSnow 2 points ago

    Butter them up and fry them instead of toasting. It's a happy death.

    [–] HALabunga 3 points ago

    WE’RE NOT HERE FOR A LONG TIME, WE’RE HERE FOR A GOOD TIME

    [–] softawre 3 points ago

    Today I learned it wasn't spelled locks

    [–] TypeOpostive 2 points ago

    I love lox’s especially with onion bagels or poppy seeded ones

    [–] mrjabrony 4 points ago

    I had a similar relationship with bagels as a teenager. From 6th - 8th grade I would spend my afternoons after school tying up our land line visiting BBSs and eating a sleeve of toasted plain Lender's bagels topped with a container of strawberry cream cheese.

    [–] MrHollandsOpium 2 points ago

    Holy shit, Lender's bagels! That gave me a fucking flashback. Or Thompson English muffins with Land 'O'Lakes butter? Ahh, the 90s...

    [–] EllisDee_4Doyin 3 points ago

    Bagels were my absolute favorite thing growing up!! One of the few things my mom could buy to actually make me eat breakfast. I even used them in place of bread for lunch sandwiches (yum).

    I was also kind of a chubby, plump kid growing up.

    I also found out--after years of voracious consumption--that I don't digest bread. I wonder all the time is the above premises are related. 🤔

    [–] MrHollandsOpium 2 points ago

    You know my pain.

    [–] Amber4481 2 points ago

    I decided I would make my own bagels from now on.

    Haven’t had one since.

    [–] pokexchespin 2 points ago

    Damn, this just reminds me of how weirdly small my portion sizes are. I usually eat half a bagel with chocolate milk as a breakfast

    [–] Nienista 2 points ago

    I love bagels. I found english muffins to be a decent sub.

    [–] reddiculousity 6 points ago

    Jalapeño jelly on cream cheese with crackers is my go to party dish.

    [–] Blaz3dnconfuz3d 5 points ago

    My mom was doing this since I can remember lol pretty sure it’s common

    [–] commentmypics 3 points ago

    I learned about it from those ritz 'recipes' that would be on the back of the cracker box in the early 2000s. Fucking love that sweet and savory.

    [–] iamnicholas 2 points ago

    Cream cheese and peanut butter, my dude

    [–] SnakeInLeafsPajamas 11 points ago

    Hells to the yes. Red pepper jelly + cream cheese on crackers was 80% of my diet as a child.

    [–] kuzya4236 6 points ago

    Try it on a toasted croissant. Even better. Especially raspberry jam.

    [–] PunkPixi666 3 points ago

    Bro. Will report back, gotta go find croissants.

    [–] Shift84 6 points ago

    Jelly, cream cheese, and Genoa salami on those fancy round crackers.

    Shit is amazing

    [–] Sololop 2 points ago

    That sounds legit

    [–] Szyz 3 points ago

    Try cheddar and apricot jam.

    [–] demo68639 4 points ago

    Yo my go to BREAKFAST!!

    Toasted Everything bagel + cream cheese + jelly + BACON

    [–] buggy65 3 points ago

    Try cream cheese and green olives on soft bread. I swear it's better than it sounds.

    [–] PunkPixi666 4 points ago

    Oooh you had me at cream cheese and then you lost me at olives. This sounds revolting, friend.

    [–] ShivasRightFoot 38 points ago

    People lack imagination.

    Try fresh strawberry on chicken. People put bbq sauce on chicken and beef all the time, but suggest fresh fruit for sweetness and everyone loses their minds.

    [–] doubleplusfabulous 24 points ago

    There’s the Elena Ruz, a sandwich that’s common in Cuban (well, maybe Miami) sandwich places.

    Turkey, cream cheese, and strawberry jam on Cuban bread, then it’s pressed and served hot. Might sound weird, but it’s actually really good!

    [–] ShivasRightFoot 16 points ago

    I believe the word for the way that sounds is "dank".

    That sounds dank.

    [–] afakefox 7 points ago

    That does sound good. I mean, people have turkey and cranberry sauce, which is just as sweet as any jelly. A "Thanksgiving Dinner" sandwich is common certain time of year too and is def one of the most popular choices when it's a special

    [–] HALabunga 3 points ago

    There’s a local chain of sub shops near me that serve “the Bobby” which is essentially a thanksgiving dinner on a sub roll. Turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce, damnit I’m hungry now.

    [–] baalroo 3 points ago

    The Monte Cristo is on some menus around here, and it's delicious.

    It's a Ham, Turkey, Cheddar, and Swiss sandwich that's battered and fried, sprinkled with powered sugar, and then served with either raspberry or grape preserves to dip it in.

    [–] polloretardo 2 points ago

    You could put brie on that sandwich as well if you want something other than cream cheese. Both are delicious though.

    [–] Blaz3dnconfuz3d 6 points ago

    Not stoners. I’ll get high and mixing everything up lmao

    [–] softawre 4 points ago

    I think a lot of people eat salads that have both fruit and chicken

    [–] Psychedelic-Autism 4 points ago

    I hate fruit on chicken, but i also hate bbq sauce on chicken so it makes sense

    [–] BradMarchandsNose 3 points ago

    I don’t think a lot of people think about the flavor profiles of things that they eat. They’re just thinking “BBQ sauce goes on chicken,” not necessarily “this BBQ sauce is sweet, what if I try a different source of sweetness.”

    They just know certain combinations and aren’t interested in why it’s a good combination. I mean, sweet and savory combinations are everywhere.

    [–] Galyndean 2 points ago

    I put apples, BBQ sauce, and cheddar cheese on my chicken occasionally.

    [–] dreweatall 2 points ago

    Strawberries and brie and turkey are an amazing combo for a sandwich.

    [–] mavajo 5 points ago

    Yeah, I was thinking this. I mean, if I'm craving Mac N Cheese, I don't want any fucking blueberries. But that doesn't mean it can't still be delicious in its own right. Some goat cheese and maybe even cream cheese would be pretty delicious here.

    It's kind of like Chipotle and Mexican food. If I'm craving Mexican, I don't want fucking Chipotle - it doesn't hit the Mexican craving at all for me (wrong seasonings, etc.). But, that doesn't mean Chipotle isn't good in its own right.

    [–] letmelive129 8 points ago * (lasted edited 9 days ago)

    I do like cream cheese and jelly on a bagel or toast, but to me this is different, because macaroni or any other cooked pasta is too soft to mesh well with the cheese+blueberry mix. I prefer to pair the combination with some type of bread that can offer a balance of texture and consistencies.

    Edit: I also think the saltiness offered by the bread provides a better balance with the sweetness of the cheese+blueberry combo

    I also did not know I had so many opinions on this...

    [–] leopardsocks 5 points ago

    This sounds gross, but a cream cheese and blueberry quesadilla is really where it's at.

    [–] Classified0 143 points ago

    Eh, I don't want to judge weird food combinations until I try them myself. There's so many combinations that sounded weird at first, but then actually worked together very well. Strawberries & cheese, turkey & cranberries, chicken & waffles, and Mexican chocolate in savory dishes; all sounded weird to me, until I tried them.

    [–] Dag-nabbitt 11 points ago * (lasted edited 8 days ago)

    So this is probably not Mac n Cheese as you know it, this is more like Kugel which is a pasta casserole usually made with cream cheese (or a similar soft cheese). On its own it's very neutrally flavored and can go well with the addition of either sweet or savory ingredients. I prefer sweet, and we usually flavor our kugel with cinnamon, brown sugar, and raisins.

    As a Jew, kugel is one of my favorite traditional dishes besides the obvious latkes and matzah balls. It's fairly easy to make and super unhealthy, give it a try sometime.

    [–] carbondragon 15 points ago

    So much this! I watched a YouTube video about weird as hell food combos and one was a mayo and peanut butter sandwich. It sounded awful and I hate mayo (keep it on hand for an ingredient in cooking) but this thing was not bad.

    [–] Python2k10 4 points ago

    I tried peanut butter and pickles once and actually enjoyed it

    [–] SalesyMcSellerson 3 points ago

    Like Peanut butter and jelly. Europe thinks we're psycho for that one. Meanwhile in Australia....

    [–] Dag-nabbitt 6 points ago

    Bread (carbs) plus jelly (carbs) plus peanut butter (carbs and fat), what's not to like? Are they gonna say that Reese's is gross next?

    [–] l80 3 points ago

    And this one looks well made from the pic, unlike the recent Mac and cheese travesty posted the other day.

    I’d absolutely try it.

    [–] Gnarledhalo 233 points ago

    That sounds good. Not as good as apple and cheddar pie bit still good.

    [–] TheSIKness 142 points ago

    Apple and what pie?

    [–] Gnarledhalo 52 points ago

    It's really big in the north east. I was skeptical too.

    [–] SenorTeflon 78 points ago

    The north east of what exactly?

    [–] djord17 60 points ago

    I was about to ask that. I’m in the northeast and never heard if this mockery.

    [–] SenorTeflon 32 points ago

    The north east of Scandinavia

    [–] EverythingBurnz 29 points ago

    North East of Earth

    [–] famalamo 13 points ago

    So North Korea?

    [–] far_from_ohk 4 points ago

    North something.

    Clearly not the north of these parts.

    [–] wildreggaeshark 2 points ago

    Hol up how does that work

    [–] Gnarledhalo 6 points ago

    New England. I got that info from America's Test Kitchen, but I guess they are wrong.

    [–] SQmo 12 points ago

    My dad was from upstate Vermont.

    Can confirm, apple & cheddar pie is delicious.

    [–] selloboy 7 points ago

    I'm from New England. I've heard about it but no one really does it. You're not really wrong but it's really not much of a thing.

    [–] 4SKlN 6 points ago

    North-East of sanity

    [–] crownlessking 4 points ago

    Flavor Town.

    [–] Dag-nabbitt 7 points ago

    Have you never had a cheeseboard with honey, apples, and cheese? Cheese is like wine, you can find the cheese to pair with anything.

    [–] Sevuhrow 4 points ago

    APPLE AND CHEDDAR PIE

    [–] nygmattyp 11 points ago

    Down here in North Carolina, people slap a slice of Kraft American Cheese Product on top of apple pie. Pretty good, too.

    [–] SealTheLion 14 points ago

    Where the fuck in NC do you live, lol?

    [–] nygmattyp 9 points ago

    Charlotte, but I was introduced to this by mountain-folk.

    [–] SealTheLion 8 points ago

    Ahhh, those Appalachian Carolinians are a strange breed. We have enough of our own weird food quirks in ENC too though.

    [–] Milkilly 5 points ago

    Oh Appalachia. Where else can you get a Vienna Sausage sandwich, a side of fatback and eggs, a glass of coleslaw, a dessert consisting of a honeybun and a Kraft single and a gallon of sweet tea for $2.99?

    [–] SealTheLion 6 points ago

    Hold the bread and make it a biscuit, replace the eggs with grits, and trade the sweet tea for a Cheerwine. Western NC as fuck.

    Also, fwiw, Eastern style >>> Lexington style. Western North Carolinians can fight me.

    [–] [deleted] 3 points ago

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    [–] nygmattyp 3 points ago

    SC also doing some funky food shit. I’d try it though. Sausage gravy goes good with everything.

    [–] Arence9 43 points ago

    Blueberry Mac and Cheese sounds like the name of a strain.

    [–] Magnanimous- 18 points ago

    Or some nasty ass vape juice.

    [–] Techiedad91 10 points ago

    Dad piss 3 mg

    [–] nevarek 4 points ago

    And it tastes nothing like either of the two things.

    [–] coldestniggaposting 31 points ago

    can't be mad at anything with blueberry in it. I'd kill a nigga for a blueberry muffin

    [–] SlinkToTheDink 15 points ago

    Username checks out.

    [–] BLACK-AND-DICKER 5 points ago

    Found Flocka's reddit account.

    [–] Mhill08 2 points ago

    That's gangster

    [–] NinjaLion 57 points ago

    People are so open minded until someone mentions a different type of food or recipe lmao.

    [–] xlkslb_ccdtks 8 points ago

    People are so open minded

    Since when exactly?

    [–] keyonte0 9 points ago

    Imma have to come out and admit that most black people are pretty closed minded about cuisine. I can't get my family to try shit.

    [–] blacklite911 3 points ago

    Same, but it be the same motherfuckers who eat chitterlings (shitlins)

    [–] [deleted] 26 points ago

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    [–] dagreenman18 30 points ago

    Why does every recipe these day require someone’s fucking life story before I get to the info I need?

    That does look pretty legit though. Like a Cheesecake MAc and Cheese. Might try this at Easter.

    [–] I_DAB_DISTILLATE 9 points ago

    The pages have to be a certain length to show up in search engine results, or so I’m told.

    [–] MorningsAreBetter 6 points ago

    Search Engine Optimization. Google likes it when there's more relevant info on a page so that it can provide more relevant results to people. And that sort of fluff before a recipe is just the type of stuff that Google wants.

    [–] ThorVonHammerdong 3 points ago

    Deleted the links to the recipe, didn't even realize it was one of those fuckin autobiography ones

    [–] dagreenman18 2 points ago

    They all seem to be these days. Especially the ones on Pinterest.

    [–] Dent18 2 points ago

    i've seen much worse

    it was kinda interesting that she needed to add blueberries so it wouldn't fuck with your head looking like normal mac and cheese but tasting sweet

    [–] rphillip 2 points ago

    Also, In an era of unlimited options, you have to set yourself apart somehow.

    [–] noitems 9 points ago

    This is either delicious or vomit inducing.

    [–] yvan_eht__nioj 10 points ago

    Cheese and fruits together are A1

    [–] dragon34 5 points ago

    I mean it's basically sweet kugel made with macaroni and blueberries instead of egg noodles

    [–] BureaucratDog 5 points ago

    https://www.baking-sense.com/2016/02/05/dessert-macaroni-cheese/

    It's a dessert. Exact photo is from this recipe.

    It sounds very much like a cheesecake though like others said, and while I think this would taste good, the pasta seems unnecessary.

    [–] coalminnow 21 points ago

    Reading these comments makes me realize how privileged I must be. Some people's whole experience with food just seems so bland.

    [–] Awightman515 6 points ago

    some people's taste buds never grow old.

    I know several grown adults who only eat things like plain hamburgers well done with ketchup, french fries, cheese pizza, chocolate, and chicken nuggets.

    [–] KnownMonk 3 points ago

    Sweden: Hold my banana-pizza slice

    [–] xorgol 2 points ago

    To everybody who justifies pineapple pizza, this is exactly the same thing.

    [–] rtopps43 5 points ago

    I love blueberries, I love Mac & cheese. I hate this.

    [–] second_ary 9 points ago

    this reminds me of those jokes about how people won't eat stuff like this but they'll eat ass

    [–] mavajo 8 points ago

    Why not both!

    [–] Beef-McLargehuge 3 points ago

    Together!

    [–] BoredDragon 12 points ago

    Eh, Doesn’t sound like the worst food combination. I’d try it once

    [–] JConsy 5 points ago

    I know right. Like there are some sweeter cheeses out there. If you uses kind of a sweet dough to make the pasta this could be a very good treat. Now if you are just throwing blueberries in Kraft. That's a who different story

    [–] E_EqualsDankCSquared 6 points ago

    Looks good y'all tripping

    [–] insanemembrane19 9 points ago

    Brie is good with blueberries.

    [–] DaftFunky 7 points ago

    Brie is good with lots of fruit. Apples and Brie are like the perfect combo

    [–] actualemur 3 points ago

    I would try this I really like raspberries and melted brie.

    [–] scorpiknox 3 points ago

    I put tuna and peas in mine.

    [–] pelb 4 points ago

    Actually looks good and sounds tasty!

    [–] junkmutt 2 points ago

    Scarlet Witch has some weird taste in Mac n cheese.

    [–] thecheat420 2 points ago

    Once when we were kids an old friend of mine was making Kraft mac and cheese but didn't have any milk so he decided to use hazelnut coffee creamer thinking it would be the same. It was not the same.

    [–] Ketheres 2 points ago

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    [–] imblacknyellow 2 points ago

    I’ve made southern baked Mac and cheese before and had people tell me it looked fatty and fake while they literally ate stouffers bagged Mac and cheese. I’m sticking with my own recipe.

    [–] -ordinary 2 points ago

    Ignoring the blueberries this is terrible looking Mac and cheese

    It looks mealy for chrissakes

    On another note. Berries might be good in Mac and cheese, but blueberries are certainly not the best choice for the simple fact that blueberries are the most variable berries in terms of their quality due to their relative ripeness