Food Porn Friday | Mac n’ Cheese | Cafeteria Boston

Tis the season of all things warm and fuzzy, or in this case, warm and overly indulgent. Now that Boston is starting to get a little on the freezing side, I find myself turning to my favorite comfort foods to cheer (and warm) me up. I couldn’t think of a more porn-worthy contender than one of my personal favorites, the baked mac n’ cheese at Cafeteria Boston.

Smothered in a mix of gooey mozzarella and cheddar and topped with the perfect, crunchy Ritz cracker crust, this dish reins supreme throughout cold months, or rough mornings after binge drinking. Might I add that there’s also an option to add hot dogs! Our favorite childhood throwback done better than Kraft could of ever imagined and just another reason why cheese is the BEST THING EVER!

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4 Responses to Food Porn Friday | Mac n’ Cheese | Cafeteria Boston

  1. Michelle says:

    Mac and cheese is such great comfort food and definitely perfect for this winter weather!

  2. Emily says:

    OK, it’s official – I need to go to Cafeteria asap. I’ve heard great things and this photo totally sold me.

  3. Melissa says:

    Well this looks amazing, must go to Cafeteria soon!

  4. Frederick says:

    Gorgeous picture – good incentive for me to get to Cafeteria. Love mac & cheese. Have you been to Max & Dylans in Downtown Crossing? Five different fantastic mac & cheeses on the menu, all served in a charming 18th century tavern with low ceilings and wide plank floors. If they had a fireplace, I’d LIVE there…

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