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Still trying to find the perfect Mac n Cheese recipe. Had another go today, the taste is good but i'm not happy with the texture.

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Onion, Garlic, Butter, Bay Leaf, Nutmeg, Salt, Pepper, semi skimmed milk, Wooky Hole Cave Aged Cheddar, Provolone Dolce, American Mustard, & a healthy splash of Worcestershire sauce, oh, large macaroni,. All smoked for an hour or so in cherry wood.

The texture is not creamy enough for me, it's a little gritty too. i'm wondering if a simple solution is a good helping of double cream rather than all that semi skimmed milk?

Any thoughts?

Anyhow, dumped the remaining charcoal in to the Weber & my lad knocked out a very nice stir fry for tea 

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Cheers n Gone Nick 

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Tried @Mick Mac N Cheese at he National last year and really enjoyed it, he has posted the recipe on here If you haven't tried it already, might be worth giving it ago?

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Defo creamy milk and maybe even a little cream

 Semi skinned no. Much like rice pudding needs creamy milk.

I reckon English mustard too.

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