- Hob Nob Pinot Noir: An easy-to-drink, almost sweet pinot perfect with steak and heavy food.
- Belcreme de Lys Pinot Noir: Probably my favorite of the night, this pinot was also light and drinkable for a red, with notes of cherries, strawberries and mocha.
- Corison Cabernet Sauvignon: A floral and fruity red, a great counterbalance to our steaks. Notes of blackberries, blueberries and plums.
- And I brought a sangiovese that I unfortunately failed to note! I remember liking it, so if you recognize the label, it gets the Amber seal of approval.
Tupelo Honey Mac and Cheese. The top got a good dose of "coal dust" when I left it under the broiler a little too long, but every bite was still delicious.
Once that's done, spoon it into a buttered dish already lined with a mixture of crushed Ritz crackers, panko bread crumbs and butter and then add the remainder of that to the top and heat in the oven until everything is melted gooey goodness. It was so good and so easy!
Just writing this post made me crave that mac and cheese again...help me, I have a problem!