Scenes from mac 'n cheese class

mac n cheese class dishes

Yum.

Check it out: Sebastien went to Christian Noe's macaroni 'n cheese class at the Arts Center last night:

[I] had a really good time, and brought a lot of leftovers. Christian Noe is a genuinely nice, fun guy, he and his sister walked us through 3 pretty yummy Mac&Cheese, including his [Macaroni 'n Cheese Bowl-]winning Buffalo Macaroni and Blue Cheese. ...
He walked us through a good old Mac & Cheese then the 8 of us (7 women and myself) teamed up in pairs and made our own Buffalo Mac and Blue Cheese as well as a new recipe he came up with for the class, Smokey Tex Mex Mac & Cheese with Fire Roasted Green Chilis (hopefully he will start selling it at the Farmer's Market in Troy and enter it in the next Bowl). ...
I hear he is doing the homemade sausage class too, I recommend you give the guy a try, you won't be disappointed.

The sausage classes are November 14 and December 7.

Noe is behind Nighthawk's Kitchen, which you might have seen at the Troy Farmers' Market. He was a judge for the Troy bracket in this year's Tournament of Pizza -- and we very much enjoyed meeting him.

A few more of Sebastien's photos from the class are after the jump. He also has a photoset posted on Flickr.

(Thanks, Sebastien!)

mac-n-cheese class Christian Noe and sister

mac n cheese class cooking

mac n cheese class half-empty dishes

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Troy, NY 12180

Comments

I've made his Buffalo and Blue Mac & Cheese several times. Good stuff.

I attempted to make this mac n' cheese tonight just based on the picture, not realizing a recipe was available! Mine was pretty good in the end, though it looked nothing like this, and was made with chicken instead of bread!

I really LOVE his mac & cheese its the best in the whole world!!!

looks fabulous. Reminds me of S'mac in NYC which made many variations similar to these.

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