Remember mac & cheese? I do. I think I ate Annie’s at least once a weekend when I was growing up for lunch, probably for dinner too. In 8th grade, we “learned” to make mac & cheese from box in home-ec and someone actually messed it up (she put the cheese mix in the water while the pasta was still boiling-amateur mistake).
As I grew older, this comfort food slowly dissapeared from my regular diet. I didn’t think twice about, probably because my that time I’d realized how gross powdered cheese flavoring really is. But now, I miss it. I know Annie’s makes a rice pasta mac & cheese, but I hear it’s mushy. Anyway, my palette these days calls for a slightly more sophisticated pasta and cheese dish. Luckily for me, I discovered S’Mac and it delivers in my neighborhood. S’Mac has gourmet mac & cheese for really reasonable prices and offers gluten-free options on ALL of their combinations. I’ve had the Alpine (swiss, gruyere, and bacon), Parisienne (brie, figs, mushrooms, and rosemary), and Cajun (cheddar, pepper jack, andouille sausage, green pepper, onions, celery, garlic cajun seasoning). They are all delicious, addictive, and incredibly filling.
S’Mac is celebrating their 4 year anniversary this Tuesday, July 27, with a special: $2.00 All-American(cheddar, American). It’s $1.00 if you don’t need the gluten-free accommodation. So, mac & cheese lovers, rejoice, and get your self some good ole comfort food next Tuesday from S’Mac!