Eat and Drink Making 'Mac Lobsta' with Chef Michael Ferraro MacBar's Michael Ferraro teaches how to make Lobsta' Mac What could make mac and cheese more delicious? Lobster! MacBar executive chef Michael Ferraro walks us through making their special lobsta' mac. By MELISSA KRAVITZ Updated October 8, 2014 9:18 AM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Is there any better way to celebrate a month dedicated to pasta than with a rich, creamy, gooey and decadent dish? Michael Ferraro, executive chef and co-owner of SoHo's Delicatessen and MacBar teaches us how to make his most luxurious mac and cheese: Mac Lobsta! Mac Lobsta’ recipe INGREDIENTS: ¼ cup All Purpose Flour ¼ cup Butter 1qt Whole milk 2 cups Fontina cheese 1 cup Mascarpone cheese ¼ teaspoon Nutmeg 2 tablespoons Cognac 1 teaspoon Tabasco sauce 1 pound Elbow macaroni (cooked al dente with salted water) 8 oz Poached lobster meat, large chunks (lightly poached lobster will cook more during the baking process) 2 Scallions (thinly sliced) ½ bunch Fresh chives (thinly minced) 2 cups Fontina (shredded) 1 cup White Vermont cheddar cheese (shredded) METHOD: FOR SAUCE 1. Combine flour and half of milk in a sauce pot and cook for 5 minutes over medium heat while whisking 2. Add milk and bring to a simmer while whisking and cook over low heat for 10 minutes 3. Slowly add cheeses while whisking 4. Season with salt, black pepper, nutmeg, cognac and Tabasco MAC & CHEESE 1. In a large bowl mix cooked pasta, cheese sauce, lobster, scallion and chives 2. Place in a baking pan and cover top with the mixed grated cheeses 3. Bake at 375 till top is browned (about 30 minutes) 4. Garnish with fresh chives Share your finished product with us on Instagram and Twitter! And take our pasta quiz to see if you are, in fact, a macaroni noodle... By MELISSA KRAVITZ Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic Which pasta shape are you? This is really, really important. Beyond eggs Benedict: 4 dishes to mix up your brunch routineTired of the standard brunch fare/ Try one of these off-the-beaten path dishes. Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.