A roundup of the best mac and cheese recipes from local chefs, moms, and dietitians, including vegan and allergy-friendly mac and cheese recipes.
Long Islander Penelope Guzman shares her recipe for baked mac and cheese with bacon.
Kayla Mitchell, a 'Master Chef Junior' contestant, shares her recipe for bacon mac and cheese bites.
The Sneaky Chef Missy Chase Lapine shares her recipe for mac and cheese muffins, perfect for packing in kids' lunch boxes.
Kelsey Banfield, aka the naptime chef, shares her recipe for roasted tomato mac and cheese.
Jenny Rosenstrach, author of 'Dinnertime: The Playbook' and founder of dinneralovestory.com, shares her recipe for easy homemade mac and cheese.
Debra Ponzek, chef and author of 'The Dinnertime Survival Cookbook', shares her baked mac and cheese recipe.
Nutritionist Laura Cipullo, R.D., CDE, shares her vegan mac and cheese recipe.
Heidi Bayer, aka Brooklyn Allergy Mom, shares her allergy-friendly and vegan macaroni and cheese recipe.
Food Network host and Brooklyn father George Duran shares his recipe for tomato basil mac and cheese.
Maggy Keet, who blogs with her mother and sister at threemanycooks.com and co-write 'Three Many Cooks', shares her cheese drawer mac and cheese recipe.
Ray Gruenfelder, founder of theguycornernyc.com, shares his recipe for baked ham mac and cheese.
Jennifer Gensterblum, head chef at Léman Manhattan Preparatory School, shares her recipe for Avocado, Zucchini, and Green Bean Macaroni and Cheese.
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Savor some grilled goodness (and a healthy dose of antioxidants) with these colorful fruit and veggie kabobs. Healthy, hydrating watermelon is the star ingredient of these colorful skewers, along with marinated chunks of pork.
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