Wearing Grandma’s apron will help, too.
“I’m wearing the apron again,” Curtain said. “It’s our good luck charm.”
Curtain said people showing up at the event will pay $10 to get in, then they can try the macaroni-and-cheese dishes and vote for their favorites.
Attending the cooking event will also do great things for the state’s farmers.
“This is all about supporting them,” she said.
The winner of the contest has his or her macaroni-and-cheese recipe featured on the dinner menu at Cotton Restaurant in Manchester.