LOBSTER MAC AND CHEESE

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Lobster Mac and Cheese is one of Cheryl Jones’s signature dishes. The President and CEO of Girls Inc. of St. Louis, Missouri has a stellar reputation in her family for cooking the best creamy lobster mac and cheese ever. You better believe her creamy lobster mac and cheese is the center of their meals. There is no question traditional, mac and cheese is an old favorite.

Courtesy, Cheryl Jones, Lobster Mac and Cheese

However, if you want a new twist on traditional mac and cheese that is tasty and delicious, try Cheryl Jones’s lobster mac and cheese. See recipe below. Enjoy!

INGREDIENTS

2 Cups Elbow Macaroni

1 pound Shredded Gruyère Cheese

1 Cup Shredded Cheddar Cheese

1 Cup Whole Milk  or low sodium pet milk

A pinch Seasoning

1 Stick of Butter

1/4 Cup of All Purpose Flour

1 Tablesppon Salt

1 Tablespoon Pepper

1 Cup of Bread Crumbs

2 Cups Cooked Lobster Chunks

INSTRUCTIONS

PREHEAT OVEN 350 DEGREES

COOK ELBOW MACARONI PER PACKAGE INSTRUCTIONS

DRAIN

MELT BUTTER IN SAUCEPAN, ADD FLOUR AND WHISK

WARM MILK IN SAUCEPAN

ADD  WARM MILK TO BUTTER AND FLOR MIXTURE, REMOVE FROM HEAT, CONTINUE TO WHISK UNTIL CREAMY AND SMOOTH

ADD GRUYERE AND CHEDDAR CHEESES

WHISK

ADD MACARONI, SEASONING, SALT AND PEPPER, COOKED LOBSTER MIX WELL

MELT TWO TABLESPOONS OF BUTTER IN SAUCEPAN, ADD BREAD CRUMBS AND STIR

POUR BREADCRUMB MIXTURE ON TOP OF

MACARONI AND CHEESE MIXTURE

BAKE IN OVEN 45-60 MINUTES OR UNTIL BREAD CRUMBS ARE GOLDEN BROWN

YUM!

Cheryl Jones, an Aspen Institute Fellow has received numerous awards and honors for her leadership in the community, including the American Express Global Leader Award, the St. Louis Business Journal Diverse Business Leader Award and the Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis, Inc. Salute to Women in Leadership Award.

Dedicated to my Mom and Nanny

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