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Mac and Cheese, Please: From Low-End to Luxe

If you like your macaroni and cheese under $3, the Bed-Stuy Patch conducts a taste test of the yellow blocks of goodness in that neighborhood, but if you’re willing to plunk down $13 for the finest ingredients, Little Cheese Pub sends word that its brunch includes mac’n eggs, made with eight-months-cave-aged Cheddar (made from the raw milk of grass-fed cows at 5 Spoke Creamery), “hand-crafted” macaroni, and a baked egg with rye. Oh, and if you have some Cato Corner Bloomsday cheese lying around, here’s how to make Wall & Water’s mac and cheese.

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