Monday, July 17, 2017

Club Goldenrod Mac & Cheese Supreme

This is a quick and hearty way to dress up the old macaroni and cheese dinner into something to talk about. Most of this is in the pantry, some things like the frozen shrimp can be found easily at your local supermart.

This dish is named for the old “Club Goldenrod magazine”. Mostly forgotten now but was an important part of our LGBT history. Read the quick article about this publication after the recipe. 

1 box mac & cheese
½ lbs frozen shrimp, peeled & cooked (tiny)
1 cup non-fat half & half
1 ounce cream cheese, at room temperature
¼ teaspoon powdered garlic
½ cup cheddar cheese shredded
½ cup Fontina cheese
3 pieces of American cheese torn up into small pieces
1 egg yolk


Heat water and cook the pasta from the Mac & Cheese box according to directions, and drain.

Spray a baking dish and pre heat oven to 350 degrees. Thaw the unopened shrimp in warm flowing water.

In a sauce pan heat the half & half, cream cheese and garlic salt in a medium high heat. As the edges start to bubble, gently whisk until it is evenly incorporated, about 1 minute. Allow to cook for 10 minutes so the mixture thickens. 

Mix the egg yolk into the shredded cheddar cheese. Add to sauce pan a little at a time while stirring, then add the other cheeses, maybe a pinch of mustard powder. Mix in the thawed shrimp.

Add this to pasta and mix well. Pour into baking dish and bake uncovered for about 30 minutes or until top starts to get golden edges.

Meanwhile for a side dish, saute some green beans and serve with sliced tomatoes.

This makes a great colorful meal that livens up the old fashioned mac & Cheese dinner.

So happy to be serving my Master Indy.


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To nourish, support and maintain.
To gratify, spoil, comfort and please,
to nurture, assist, and sustain
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Club Goldenrod

We might remember the Damron guides in the days before the internet. (This organization is still going strong as a travel site). Yet back in the day if you were traveling to a different city, you checked out the “Damron” for listing of gay and lesbian bars, It would say the type of bar: “levi and leather”, “show”, “AF” models, “hustler”,etc as well as known cruising locations. Of course all at your own risk!

Another pre-grindr resource was the “Club Goldenrod”, advertised as a magazine for male swingers.

This mostly forgotten publication was full of classified ads. Just the place to find other horny and/or closeted men looking for sex.

Club Goldenrod was considered porn in itself with photos of well endowed men showing their glory. These were not the typical gym bunnies or “macho look”, just the real men needing that special “companionship”. Guys that referred to themselves as fluent in “Greek” or “French” and that did not mean the language!
There were even a few transvestite ads. The advertisers were broken up into the states they served.

For those brave enough to pay by the word,were assigned a CG mailbox number for replies to be sent back by mail.

Some would send pics but never with a face.

If you saw an ad that sparked your interest, you'd write a letter to the man advertising, place your letter in an envelope and write the ad number on the front and then place that into another envelope and Club Goldenrod would forward your letter to the ad number owner.

The whole process took about 2 weeks. Talk about planing for a trip!

So if you think grindr and scruf takes too 

much time, remember the Club Goldenrod  

and learn the meaning of patience.

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