Although she won the election for the mayor of Atlanta, she definitely did not win the election for the best Mac and cheese.
Keisha Lance Bottoms, mayor of Atlanta, caused a Twitter uproar On Christmas day, she tweeted photos of various foods served for her Christmas dinner. The dishes included Brussels sprouts, a leg of lamb, jambalaya, but one that caused a cheesy response was their Mac and cheese, which some labeled "social crime" as a crime. Www.mjfriendship.de/de/index.php?op…39&Itemid=32 Twitter users have roasted Bottoms' Mac and cheese for the "dry". The tweet received more than 600 responses and 1
& grated cheese in the bowl and expected a different result, "someone said.
Another person tweeted," I'm scared to click that and make the whole screen … could get all the moisture out of my room suck.
Several people avoided commenting on the "dry" Mac and cheese Instead, Bottoms complimented the "beautiful marble countertop."
Bottoms raised the controversy on Twitter and said it was "nothing dry" on her Mac and cheese.
"Lol …", add a few more minutes of cheese at the end and then mix well, trusting that nothing is dry here, "she said.
Her family also seems to understand well the debate over Mac and cheese.
"I will pull myself together. My mother said, "Oh, it looks dry, but it was not That's what you get for the job. "She would be the first to throw it," she tweeted.
She also shared a video with the caption: "Mom said," When I saw it, I said who did that? And I was in the area boasting that you had all the recipes of my mother. "