What is the one word I would use to categorize tonight’s episode of The Bachelor? Pitiful. The tactic of a sweet girl to desperately throw herself on a man in desperation and the heart-broken sobbing of a beautiful girl in love with a ex-boyfriend who won’t marry her. I felt so sorry for both girls. I didn’t feel sorry for Blakely.
Pretty soon this season of The Bachelor will be over, and I don’t think I will watch it again. I am tired of watching pain and misery. On The Bachelor Chef, however, there is no pain and misery…quite the contrary actually…there is joy, happiness, and macaroni and cheese! Check out Greg’s twist on this classic recipe:
Yummy Mac and Cheese!
- 1 lb Large Rigatoni Noodles
- 2 lbs Extra Sharp Cheddar Cheese
- 2 cans chopped Tomatoes with Onions and Garlic
- 1 cup Cottage Cheese
- 1 cup Milk
Preheat oven for 400 degrees.
In a large bake pan, add 2 cans(drained) of chopped tomatoes with onions and garlic. If you like more tomatoes, add another can. Spread evenly lining the bottom of the pan. Set aside. The reason for tomatoes on bottom is to help it from sticking and make it easy to spoon out.
Cook 1 lb of large Rigatoni Noodles.
About halfway through time of cooking start the cheese process(see Cheese below)
Cook noodles soft, but with a little bit chewy texture.
Drain and cover to keep warm waiting for cheese.
Chop into pieces 2 lbs of Extra Sharp Cheddar Cheese and place in a deep sauce pan. Add 1 cup of milk, 1 cup of cottage cheese. Melt on medium high heat, continuing to stir so bottom doesn’t burn.
Once cheese is melted, pour into pot with noodles. Stir until cheese is evenly distributed among noodles. Pour Cheesy noodles on top of bake pan with tomatoes and distribute evenly.
Bake for 30 minutes. You may want to broil the top for a more browned top, but you’ll have to watch it carefully. Serve.
About Bachelor Chef Greg:
I met Bachelor Chef Greg this past summer. He’s a super great guy who is responsible for creating and managing a wonderful organization, ECHO, for Christian singles in the Atlanta area. This summer I was amazed during a hike with his leadership skills. He is gifted with the ability to inspire and effortlessly herd large groups of people – which is impressive. He once convinced about 50 of us to drive up to the top of Brasstown Bald, the highest point in Georgia, and lay on the asphalt parking lot all night in freezing temperatures staring up into the sky to wait and watch for a meteor shower.
Chef Greg is a former real estate investor. He moved from Colorado to Georgia due to having amazing quiet-time with and prompting by God in the Georgia mountains. This bachelor chef grew up in Maine and currently lives in Helen. Greg is of Sicilian, Irish, and Cherokee descent (we could be cousins).
Bachelor Chef Greg is in his forties, has never been married and has no children. He loves the great outdoors, is adventurous, and loves people (all obvious from the above). Did I mention that in his spare time and when conditions are ideal he likes to chase tornadoes? He is one of the manliest men I know, yet he adores his three cats (a not-so-obvious trait).
Please direct all fan mail to:
Attn: Bachelor Chef Greg
P.O. Box 670132
Marietta, GA 30066
For more information on The Bachelor Chef, click here.