Another Masonic Recipe!

Earlier in the week, I posted a recipe for King Arthur's Masonic Chili provided by WB Ray Gordon from the Valley of Peoria (IL), which is one of many recipes that will be featured in a collection Taste of the Rite Recipes he's working on--it was a recipe that belonged to Bro. Arthur Williams.  It's delicious.  Perfect recipe to put in the crock pot in the morning and have hot and ready to eat when you get home from work--especially during this awful, cold weather.

Seems to me we started something--there was a lot of response to that post, and another Brother (who will remain nameless at this point) provided another recipe to share!  He indicated this is a perfect quick meal after you return home from a lodge meeting (especially if your lodge has a terrible cook).

Junior Deacon's Mac & Cheese

Boil six cups of water.  Open blue box.  Pour in contents (except for little foil packet--you'll need that later).  Boil six to seven minutes until tender.  Drain, but don't rinse.  Add four tablespoons of margarine, a quarter cup of milk, and the contents of super secret Masonic powder contained in foil packet.  Stir thoroughly.

Perfectly acceptable to eat right out of the pan while watching reruns of Gunsmoke
Now I would never accuse a brother Master Mason of being deceptive, but there is something about this recipe that seems very familiar to me . . .

Enjoy your weekend!


1 comment:

  1. Please keep posting Recipes! I'm being installed in the south later on today and will need all the help I can get. Frats brothers.


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