This one-dish wonder super-charges the cheesy flavor, taking ordinary mac and cheese from comfort food to "wow!" food. Follow three easy steps to get this dinner on the table in 30 minutes.
In this occasional series, OZY takes to streets and neighborhoods across the globe to ask a simple question: “How was your day?”
Luang Prabang, Laos
It’s busy. We have some experts who are going to show students from the local university the inner workings of a buffalo and teach them how to judge how pregnant a buffalo is by reaching into the uterus. And they will talk about artificial insemination and how it’s properly done.
C’est l’histoire de deux femmes ayant une idée en tête : produire du fromage de buffles. Après deux ans de préparation et de réflexion, le projet prend maintenant forme avec déjà près de 100 buffles prévus pour la fin d'année 2017 et de nombreux fromages en préparation.
La mozzarella est simplement exceptionnelle et tous leurs produits valent le détour : glace au chocolat ou au café, cheese-cake, yaourt, feta, et même bientôt du bleu !! Mais cet endroit est beaucoup plus qu’une simple laiterie.
Everyone who loves melting cheese on things knows mozzarella. One of the most sought-after dairy products for its great taste and texture, mozzarella cheese is often touted as bad for health. Do you also think this cheese is unhealthy? Curious to know what makes mozzarella more than just a dose of calcium and fat?
Mozzarella is the best pizza cheese because it melts, bubbles and browns better than any other cheese, according to a new study published in the August issue of the Journal of Food Science, titled "Qualification of Pizza Baking Properties of Difference Cheese and Their Correlation with Cheese Functionality."
The tip of this iceberg has been visible for years, and we’re finally beginning to see the base. Of course, no study is perfect and few are definitive. But the real villains in our diet — sugar and ultra-processed foods — are becoming increasingly apparent. You can go back to eating butter, if you haven’t already.
What we saw was that in the high consumers [of cheese] they had a significantly higher intake of saturated fat than the non-consumers and the low consumers and yet there was no difference in their LDL Cholesterol levels," said Emma Feeney, the lead researcher on the paper.