clove, bay leaf, onion

It’s been a while since I shared a recipe here, and considering we just spent a three day weekend where each meal was an exercise in kitchen destruction and recovery, you’d think today would be the day.

But it isn’t.

This, surprisingly, was part of a macaroni and cheese recipe we were trying.

It needs tweaking before I share it here.


  1. # 1 fan says:

    Uh, OK…. I’m glad you told me there was an onion there. huh. smile.
    Hope the mac&cheese was delish< I don’t know that I’ve ever put clove and bay leaf in my mac&cheese (from the box…).

  2. Alan @ Tulsa Homes says:

    Dude, we are waiting to know the aftermath :D Please write about the delicacy.. Macroni and cheese is definitely mouthwatering anytime :D
    .-= Alan@Tulsa Homes´s last blog ..Saving Money via Saving Energy =-.

  3. James says:

    Ah, well, you can rest assured that there will be another post (teaser!) with more on the mac and cheese. It was not the recipe I hoped for (need better cheese and fewer bread crumbs). We almost have this one down, and as soon as we do, we’ll share the recipe as well.

  4. Scott says:

    That is called an onion pique’, it is part of a bechamel sauce, the main sauce of the classic french mother sauces.

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