Our Common Roots Mac and Cheese is so cheesy, gooey, and creamy that our customers ask for it by name. It is one of the most delicious, comforting dishes available on the New Hampshire seacoast, made with the most flavorful and creamy cheese sauce. Enjoy our plant-based version, too, made with vegan cheese. This week’s side dishes are baby spinach salad and broccoli & cauliflower medley. If you love apples, you will want to take advantage of this week’s dessert, apple cake! So why not treat yourself to a delicious and comforting meal you can enjoy this week without cooking? Our Family Meals are sure to be a hit with the entire family. Orders close on Monday, February 6th, with pick-up available on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at Common Roots in Rye, New Hampshire right on Route 1A.
What is the history of Mac & Cheese?
Mac and cheese also referred to as macaroni and cheese, is a traditional dish that has been around for centuries and is considered a comfort food. It is believed that the dish was first prepared in Europe in the 16th century using a recipe that called for the cheese-flavored sauce to be poured over macaroni noodles that had been previously boiled. The dish was brought to the United States in the 18th century, quickly gaining popularity as a side dish served in private and public establishments. Over several decades, the dish has undergone numerous iterations, each featuring a distinctive cheese, sauce, and pasta shape combination. Even today, it continues to be a well-liked dish consumed in homes and restaurants worldwide.