– “White Horse Mac and Cheese” –
Pretty nice, n’est-ce pas? The skillet is a quaint touch, and the dish is satisfyingly symmetrical; not too shabby at all.
Really nice, rich flavor. A little on the heavy side, but indisputably delicious.
The sauce for this mac was crazy thicc, but still very creamy. I gave it four stars here mostly because it seemed a touch overkill.
This is a five cheese mac according to the menu, but what those five cheeses are remains a mystery to me. I could make some educated guesses, but then again, from the photo alone I would wager that you could too. Very tasty.
I want to start by saying that this was a little on the heavy side. I ate about half of this, and as you can see, it is not a huge dish – bear that in mind. Despite the richness, it was a very satisfactory mac. Again, cavatappi noodles make an appearance here; I firmly believe that every excellent macaroni and cheese begins with cavatappi. As you can see from the photo, Panko breadcrumbs are also sprinkled overtop of the mac, which made for a really nice mix of texture. If I may say so (which I can, since this is my blog) I much prefer breadcrumbs to actual chunks of things like pretzel or something, they’re much more palatable.
Menu Link: http://www.thewhitehorseinn.com/menu/