Mac & Cheese with Scalloped Potatoes

A split dish with our mac & cheese with another side of roasted scalloped potatoes, chives, & mushroom bac’n

History of Gratin Potatoes: The etymology of gratin is from the French language words gratter, meaning “to scrape” or “to grate” (for example, “scrapings” of bread or cheese), and gratiné, from the transitive verb form of the word for crust or skin. The technique predates the current name which did not appear in English until 1846 In French-speaking Canada, the dish is referred to as patates au gratin. Australians and New Zealanders refer to it as scalloped potatoes or potato bake. In North America, traditionally au gratin potatoes include cheese and scalloped potatoes do not, but this classic differentiation has been lost to time

Customer Comments:

“Excellent! The Mac & cheese and scalloped potatoes were so creamy! Great combination!!” – Terri Cu. from Phoenix

“OMG…the BEST!! The flavors were so delicious. I could eat this every week.” – Lettie Ha. from Sun Lakes




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