Get cheesy at Tradition this weekend for the Treasure Coast Mac and Cheese Festival

Those of you who have followed Palm Beach Happening for any time at all are well aware of our love affair with edibles and cool concoctions. We have brought you along with us to numerous food festivals, restaurant reviews, bourbon tastings, and even the occasional eating competition; each one demonstrating that the only true love is the love of food!

Saturday, January 13th is the sort of day when you wish you could split yourself into pieces to enjoy all the delectable dining their is to offer here in South Florida. We begin with the first weekend of the South Florida Fair, where delicacies such as the pork parfait, fried cheese, and yes, even deep fried oreos await. Head further south, and you can experience the Stone Crab and Seafood Festival, where you can sample many sweet treats of the sea. However, even the most high class of foodies would be forced to agree that the ultimate combination of foodstuffs is macaroni and cheese, and this simple recipe with so many twists and turns (pun intended) is celebrated on Saturday at the Treasure Coast Mac and Cheese Festival!

Being held in Tradition, lovers of all things cheesy are  invited for a day full of your favorite Mac & Cheese selections. Taste over 15 different styles of Mac & Cheese, hear some amazing musical talent, watch our Mac & Cheese eating competition all while enjoying a tasty brew!

Some of the awesome macaroni recipes include:

Available flavors subject to change without notice.

General admission tickets are only $5 in advance, but if you want to pig out, as it were, the best value is the $25 mac and cheese sampler, which includes roughly 5 pounds of cheesy magic goodness. For the beer drinkers out there, they also have a $25 bottomless beer mug, as well as a $45 Mac Daddy which includes the bottomless beer as well as the mac and cheese sampler.

Live music is also slated to play throughout the event, and a laser light show is on the schedule from 7:30 – 9:30pm.

Visit their website for more information, and don’t be afraid to be cheesy!