An Epic Mac And Cheese Battle Is Happening In Toronto

Prepare for some ooey gooey cheesy love (and war)
An Epic Mac And Cheese Battle Is Happening In Toronto

Nothing beats the safety and comfort of the beloved team of mac and cheese. Whether you enjoy the original classic of simple pasta and cheese or you like to spice things up with crazy variations--- you're gonna lose your shit this weekend!

There'll be a Mac N' Cheese Smackdown  at the University of Toronto tomorrow from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Willcocks Commons on the St. George Campus.

What exactly does this ooey gooey event entail? U of T food services will be pitting campus chefs to see just who can make the ultimate mac and cheese plate. Everyone from students, staff, and community members will be able to taste the delicious products of their hard work for $5.

So if you're down to satisfy your cheese loving craving, show some love by stopping by this crazy amazing and delicious experience!

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