Baked Macaroni And Cheese

Baked Macaroni and Cheese, Recipe, Foodie

Me and my family love macaroni and cheese and yes we usually use the store bought box mix. This time I say give up the box mix, making Classic Baked Macaroni and Cheese from scratch is easier than you think and lets face it baking mac and cheese makes it even more yummy. Another little tip, sprinkle bread crumbs over the whole thing before baking. BOOM! Now you got yourself something special. Enjoy!

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MLB Records 7th Best Attendance Total Ever In 2014

NY Mets, MLB, fans, attendance, The7Line, 7LineArmy

Major League Baseball finished the 2014 regular season with an attendance of 73,739,622, marking the seventh highest total of all-time, it was announced today.  Competitive balance throughout the game and exciting late-year pennant races have led to the last decade producing all 10 of the best-attended seasons in Major League Baseball history.

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Daniel Murphy Named Mets Choice For 2014 Hank Aaron Award

Daniel Murphy, NY Mets, MLB, Hank Aaron Award, Babe Ruth

Major League Baseball and MLB Advanced Media announced that Daniel Murphy was named the Mets nominee for the 2014 Hank Aaron Award.

Fans can vote exclusively online at MLB.com and the 30 Club sites. For the fifth straight year, a special panel of Hall of Fame players led by Hank Aaron will join fans in voting for the award, which is officially sanctioned by Major League Baseball and has recognized the most outstanding offensive performer in each League since it was established in 1999.

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Movie Review: Captain America The Winter Soldier (2014)

Action, Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Movie Review

By: Mobile Movie Man

Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the Mobile Movie Man and may not necessarily reflect those of The Guy Corner NYC.

Good. The movie is good and if u compare it to its peers I thought it was very good.

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Beer Brats And Sauerkraut

German cuisine, Brats, sauerkraut, bratwurst, Recipe, Foodie, BBQ

Called Wisconsin soul food, beer brats are an American addition to German cuisine. By 1860, Germans were the biggest group of immigrants in Wisconsin, later to be eclipsed by Polish workers. Bratwurst became popular during the 1920s when butchers would make them fresh, to order. Always a summer cookout staple, they gradually became popular at sports arenas. That being said, brats are not just a summer food.

Beer brats are often poached in beer before grilling. This cooks the sausage and seals in the juices so the sausage stays moist. Turn with tongs to avoid piercing the skin or the juice will run out. You have your run-of-the-mill hot dogs and hamburgers on the grill, obviously, but spice it up with some delicious brats! You’ll be drinking and eating anyway; just mix the two together. Some like it on a roll but you can also eat it on a plate as well.

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