If you’ve been to college, you probably went through a stage during which you considered macaroni and cheese not only a diet staple, but also the world’s most perfect food.
But that would imply that macaroni and cheese couldn’t get better. And friends, it just has. In a move of culinary genius, Allston’s newly opened SoulFire Barbecue takes the classic comfort food, rolls it into bite-size balls, and drops it into the fryolater. The result? Macaroni and cheese as finger food — an unexpected metamorphosis that’s as fun to eat as it is tasty.
In an effort to preserve all of our hard work at the gym, we’ve promised to steer clear of these after a few cocktails. This week, anyway.
Available for $5 at SoulFire Barbecue, 182 Harvard Avenue, Allston | 617.787.3003
: Hot Plate
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