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Homemade Baked Macaroni & Cheese Recipe ~ Easy, Creamy & Crowd-Pleasing~

Homemade Baked Macaroni & Cheese Recipe ~ Easy, Creamy & Crowd-Pleasing~

 


Homemade Baked Macaroni & Cheese



Looking for a more southern soul food style baked macaroni and cheese? Click here to try out my sisters recipe.

Homemade baked macaroni & cheese….ahhhh…just the thought of those bubbling cheeses & pasta baking to perfection in the oven makes me smile! Is this really the ultimate comfort food ????
I’ve been baking  a crap load of homemade macaroni and cheese recipes since last week. Just trying to figure out which one is worthy enough to sit proudly on my Thanksgiving table.
southern baked macaroni and cheese recipe
I try to go with a different baked macaroni and cheese recipe every year, but this year after trying so many and being disappointed, I decided to go with my old tried & true recipe. Those “testing” ingredients were getting pretty darn expensive! My purse & waistline simply can not afford to test out any more recipes!
Ok yall so this is the cheesy beauty that I will be serving up again this year. I’ve already received phone calls asking, no THREATENING, me that “I better  be making this macaroni and cheese on Thanksgiving! “
This baked macaroni & cheese recipe is what I call a true crowd-pleaser. It’s creamy & cheesy which satisfies the kids (because yall know how kids are with mac n cheese) yet rich, comforting & complex enough to please those adults wanting that good ol’ southern style baked macaroni & cheese.Don’t let the chicken stock scare you in this recipe. It just adds a lil flavor and kicks up the cheese taste (it doesn’t taste chicken-ish)
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Homemade Baked Macaroni & Cheese Recipe ~ Easy, Creamy & Crowd-Pleasing~
 
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Recipe type: side dish
Serves: 6
Ingredients
  • Equal parts water & chicken broth to boil macaroni in
  • 3 cups of macaroni (uncooked)
  • 2 Tablespoons of butter
  • 2 Tablespoons flour
  • 1 cup chicken broth
  • ½ cup half n half
  • ½ cup milk
  • ½ cup cream cheese, softened
  • 4 cups of finely grated cheese (I buy the bag of Kraft mixed cheese(It's the one with the picture of the macaroni on the front. I think it's called classic melts. It is about 3 cups worth per bag and then I add a cup of Gouda cheese)
  • Additional cheese to go on top (I like to use all sharp cheddar on top)
  • Black pepper
  • Paprika
Instructions
  1. Preheat Oven to 350
  2. In a large pot, add equal parts water & chicken broth. (Just enough to cook your macaroni in) Bring to a boil.
  3. Add macaroni and cook until al dente. About 7-8 minutes (look on back of the box for the cooking time and setyour timer so that you don't overcook it) When macaroni is done, drain and set aside.
  4. In a large saucepan over medium heat, melt butter & whisk in the flour. Cook for about 2 minute. Whisking the entire time.
  5. Slowly whisk in 1 cup chicken broth, half n half, & milk. Whisk until combined. You want the mixture to steam but NOT boil. Adjust your heat accordingly
  6. Add in the cream cheese & stir until completely dissolved and smooth. Whisk & stir like crazy to get it smooth. I used a spoon to mash the cream cheese up a bit.
  7. Remove from heat & add in 4 cups of cheese & stir until smooth.
  8. Pour cheese mixture over cooked macaroni and stir to combined. Add some black pepper if you'd like.
  9. Grease a 9 X 9 inch pan with butter & pour the mac n cheese into it.
  10. Top with sharp cheddar cheese and paprika.
  11. Bake for 25-30 minutes. Do not over-bake to prevent it from being dried out. You want the macaroni and cheese to be somewhat jiggly when you take it out. It will set as it cool and just be the creamiest, cheesiest thing ever.
  12. Let cool for about 15-20 minutes before digging in so that it can set completely. I never can wait that long but hopefully you have stronger willpower than me when it comes to macaroni & cheese.
Preheat Oven to 350

Step 1.) In a large pot,  add equal parts water & chicken broth. (Just enough to cook your macaroni in)  Bring to a boil. 



Step 2.) Add macaroni and cook until al dente. About 7-8 minutes (look on back of the box for the cooking time and set your timer so that you don’t overcook it) When macaroni is done, drain and set aside.

Step 3) In a large saucepan over medium heat, melt butter & whisk in the flour. Cook for about 2 minute. Whisking the entire time.




Step 4. ) Slowly whisk in 1 cup chicken broth, half n half, & milk. Whisk until combined. You want the mixture to steam but NOT boil. Adjust your heat accordingly



Step 5.) Add in the cream cheese & stir until completely dissolved and smooth. Whisk & stir like crazy to get it smooth. I used a spoon to mash the cream cheese up a bit. This is my least favorite step.




Step 6.) Remove from heat & add in 4 cups of cheese & stir until smooth.



Step 7.) Pour cheese mixture over cooked macaroni and stir to combined. Add some black pepper if you’d like.




Step 8.) Grease a 9 X 9 inch pan with butter & pour the mac n cheese into it. 

Step 9.) Top with sharp cheddar cheese and paprika. Bake for 25-30 minutes. Do not overbake to prevent it from being dried out. You want the macaroni and cheese to be somewhat jiggly when you take it out. It will set as it cool and just be the creamiest, cheesiest thing ever!



Let cool for about 15-20 minutes before digging in so that it can set completely. I never can wait that long but hopefully you have stronger willpower than me when it comes to macaroni & cheese.

Serve HOT! Enjoy!!!

75 comments

  1. This recipe is great. I’ve never tasted macaroni and cheese with so much flavor and great texture. I never would have though about using guoda cheese. This recipe and your grand mothers pound cake recipe are the two that am always requested to make.

    I really am enjoying cooking because of your site. You’ve removed the fear.

  2. I am not a fan of macoroni & cheese, nor do I make it; however, for Thanksgiving, I did want to make it for my family. I searched the Net for the perfect recipe and I came across your site. Let me just say, this dish was a hit in my household. My husband, daugther and grands LOVED IT!!! I even gave a sample to my mother and she enjoyed it as well. Thank you so much Monique for sharing this recipe. My husband has requested I make it again. :>)

    Valarie D

  3. I never heard back from anyone regarding fixing this Mac & cheese for 20 ppl. Thanksgiving. Is in a few days. Still waiting. Thank you

  4. When I tell you this was a hit, THE WAS A HIT. I have been looking for macaroni and cheese recipes but everything was so dry, boring, or weird. This was amazing and I will be making it over and over again. Thank you !!!

  5. Hi! Thanks for posting. I am loving this site and I plan to make this version of Mac n cheese for thanksgiving. I know it’s a few years old so maybe that’s why I couldn’t find the Kraft blends variety in the store so I went ahead and bought the sargento chef blends 4 state cheddar (Vermont, New York, California, Wisconsin) which was buy 1 get 1 free at the grocery store. After rereading the recipe I noticed you included gouda cheese which I forgot so I need to go back and get that but my question is on the portion size. It says it serves 6 and we are having 14 people this year so do you think it would be enough if I doubled the measurements or should I triple it to be safe? Also is it ok to double / triple or do I need to scale back on any of their ingredients if I do?

  6. Does anyone know how to convert this if I am using a traditional lasagna pan? Thanks!

  7. OMG I made this last night and it was (as Tamar Braxton would say) the bomb-dot-com!!!! I wanted to try this one to see if I liked it better than the other mac and cheese on the site. And let me tell you this one is really trying to beat out the other recipe. I am seriously thinking of making both for Thanksgiving and have people vote on which they like better! Either way they are both fantastic and you have really helped come to love cooking.

    I have all your cookbooks and they are my go to when I really want to cook!

  8. Whats the recipe for this mac n cheese for a large gathering of 20ppl

  9. Hey I’m a little confused on what is equal parts water before making this dish

  10. Omgee It started with your grilled cheese sandwich, and now I’m here!!! (drake vc). All jokes aside I just want to thank you and I pray that god contiues to favor and bless you and your family abundantly. You have helped so many of us. Sometime this month I’m buying all three of your cookbooks, and all I have to say is it’s going DOWNNNNN for thanksgiving. I love this site, and all the pride and confidence, and skills it has given me.

  11. This macaroni and cheese gave me life!!! I didnt even have half and half and it still came out divine!! I never thought about making something of a rue first it was just so delicious!! This is a staple in my home now just cant keep it bottled up for holidays then Im depriving myself lol

  12. Hi, I used to make the Patti Labelle Mac & Cheese but noticed that all those cheeses don’t taste good together or have that creamy and smooth taste I prefer. I decided to try your recipe and I LOVE IT. It tastes so much better and was much easier to make.

    Thanks Mo!

  13. Hello, I’m a DUDE and I made your yams last Thanksgiving (never ever cooked fa real in my life) and they were super good. since that went over great I volunteered to bring Mac & Cheese to a memorial day bbq my fam is doing (again, I don’t be cooking) but I’m confident that I’m bout to put my mom and sister mac to shame lol….. I’ll ket you know how it go.THANKS!!!!!!!

  14. Everything that I have made on this site has been awesome! Not a mishap at all! I’ve been on a search for a mac and cheese recipe for the longest. I used this one and it came out great! But I recently looked up the ingredients in Kraft cheeses and they have gelatin and animal derived ingredients which are against my religion. So I’m wondering if possible could you give us the amount and type of cheeses you would use in this recipe if you cant use the mixed cheese in the bag? Thanks so much and may God continue to bless you on your journey.

  15. Thanks Monique for this post. I will admit that I was nervous about a few of the ingredients but it turned out fabulous. I will definitely make this again.

  16. Awesome!!!!!

  17. Just have to say this was the best mac and cheese I ever made…great receipe diva!!!

  18. how much chicken broth in all is needed for the recipe?

  19. I never leave comments but I had to come back and tell you that this was a HUGE hit on Easter day. I wanted to make something the kids would eat and it was the most love dish by everyone. I can’t wait to try more of your recipes. Thank you Diva!

  20. Dear Cooking Diva,

    Thank you so much for your website I absolutely love your recipes! I wanted to make this mac n cheese dish for Easter searched high and low at the supermarkets for the Kraft cheese melts and could not find. I am from Southern California. Do you have any recommendations on what could be substituted? I will be making your sis’s recipe instead but I really wanted to try yours :).

    Thanks so much and have a wonderful Easter!

    Gina

  21. OMG! Usually, i just opt to make mac and cheese out the box, i have 4 kids and a always hungry and impatient husband, however i came across this recipe and decided to give it a try. So worth it! My whole family loved it! They were all fighting for the scraps, and went back for seconds, thirds and dare i say it… fourths. My husband was mad because the kids ate more of it than he did, lol! Will def. be making this over and over and over again. Thanks for all the wonderful recipes! P.S. the kids and hubby love the cabbage recipe and rice crispy treat recipe too! ;-)

  22. Just wanted to let you know I just prepared your mac and cheese recipe and it looks delish! I tasted a sample before putting it in the oven and I’m sure it;s going to be a hit at my in-laws. I also went on youtube and got your green bean recipe, which I prepared to take over for Christmas dinner as well. I let my husband sample those and he said “those are right”, which I’m sure means they are good. lol Thanks so much!

  23. Absolutely the best mac and cheese I have EVER had!! I made this for Thanksgiving and my son begged me to make it again. I’m bringing it for a side dish for Christmas dinner. Thank you so much, this recipe is amazing :)

  24. Hi, I made this recipe for Thanksgiving this year. I made exactly 3 cups of noodles but it was a lot in comparison to the sauce mixture. My mac n cheese did not come out as creamy. I only cooked it for 30 minutes. It seems to me that the amount of noodles was too much. I made the recipe exactly as it is posted. I cooked mine in an aluminum pan and it was almost full. I am looking at the pan you used and there is no way my 3 cups of noodles would have fit in a pan that size. Did anyone else experience the same thing or is it just me. I really want to get this right.

    • Unless I use a very deep pan, I always have enough mixture for two. I didn’t have a problem with the noodle to cheese sauce ratio.

  25. I loved this mac and cheese…it was so flavorful and creamy and cheesy. I was nervous about the Gouda cheese but it added something to the overall dish. Thanks for the recipe Monique

  26. You make yours like mine but with cream cheese and I use eggs. I tried this today also it is very good Ty for sharing.

  27. Monique i’m a vegetarian no seafood, or other meats, or eggs, i still eat cheese. in this recipe can i use vegetable broth or just omit the broth. Even though i don’t like to use the real milk i don’t mind for this recipe using the half and half and milk, sometimes i substitute and just use soymilk (half) and then half and half or the canned milk, also can i use an egg substitute?
    or can you recommend a good mac n cheese recipe without the eggs and broth?

    • Hmmm…I’ve never tried to substitute any of the ingredient in this recipe so I’m not sure how the end results would be if you did. I have tried using soymilk in this and didn’t like that slightly sweetened taste it gave.

  28. I LOVE LOVE LOVE this mac n cheese recipe!! I’m 21 and I’ve been teaching myself how to cook soul food…n this took the cake!! I made it for my boyfriend and he ate it WITHOUT HOT SAUCE!!! (I earned MAJOR brownie points!!) I’m going to make it today for dinner, but because I’m trying to lose weight…I decided to use whole wheat mac noodles, low fat/ fat free butter, cream cheese, etc. AND I decided to cook it in MUFFIN CUPS to make “right-sized” portions!! Thought I would share for all the weight-conscious foodies out there!!

  29. I just found you on YouTube.com and I am loving your videos. Thank you for the tutorials.

  30. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! I cooked this for my moms bday dinner and it was a hit!!! Now I don't have to have my husband make the mac n cheese for Thanksgiving anymore…lol! Of course, he won't admit it's better than his, but he loves it too. Thanks again! I'll be trying more of your recipes.

    Shar

  31. Hello, I think you are fantastic!!! I just discovered your amazing blog today and I cannot wait to try your recipes. Your blog is so intelligently put together and I love how your personality peaks through in each of your step by step cooking instructions. You are amazing! Thank you for sharing!

    Lindsey and Relling (my daughter)
    Our mouths are watering!

  32. Now you know you outta be ashamed of yourself – making a mac and cheese like this – GIRLLLLLLLLLLLLL this is soooooooo good and it was eaten up the same day!!! I just finished my Masters and we are having a shindig down in the country this weekend and I am making another pan of this to take to that crowd!!! Lordy Lordy Lordy

  33. I made the over the rainbow macaroni and cheese and it just tasted like butter noodles. :(

  34. All I am going to say is OWWWW! Ok I lie, I have more to say lol… delicious!!!!! I didn't use gouda but will possibly try that next time.

    I've used many of your recipes and they are always on point. This one is another I'm adding to my rotation immediately!

    BTW my mom is allergic to eggs and said thank goodness I found another way (and better) to make baked macaroni and cheese for her. So thank you on behalf of us both :)

  35. I made this on Monday, after coming off of the Daniel Fast. I was craving mac n cheese. I halfed the recipe and it still came out fabulously! Loved the recipe, so simple to follow! The cheese sauce was so creamy. The next time I make it, I will not use Smoked Gouda though. It was too strong of a taste for me, overpowering. My husband thought I put bacon in it.

  36. I made this earlier in the week and my family loved it and they are pretty picky. I have tried several mac n cheese recipes but this one is the one, I'll be making from now on. Thank you.

  37. Hello Diva, I want to try and make this recipe because I love the southern style mac n cheese, however I live in the great northwest and I can't find the Kraft mixed cheese as you recommended to use. So what cheese do I use? Mild Cheddar? Sharp? Help please.

  38. I made this yesterday for a family BBQ. I followed the recipe exactly and I had tons of compliments. It was the best Mac and cheese EVER!

  39. once AGAIN this is the bomb…..Lordy Lordy Lordy… I made this for Christmas dinner and it got toe up from the flo up… no leftovers. None

    Do your thing Monica and keep it coming as this is the 2nd or 3rd thing I have made of yours.

  40. I gave this recipe to my nephew to make and it turned out great. Im going to make it again for the new year. Thanks for sharing : )

  41. for thanksgiving i used this macaroni recipe …..man believe me this was some of the best macaroni i ever tasted ..thanks can't wait to see what you'll be cooking for christmas…thanks

  42. I used this recipe and the one for your collard greens for Thanksgiving. They were a big hit and my husband was especially impressed. Thank you! Your page is the most popular tab on my browser.

  43. Let me tell you. I tried this recipe, and yes it is the bomb!

    One thing I'd suggest is if you could clear up the Chicken Broth part. The ingredients call for 1/2 cup but then you write "add equal parts water & chicken broth." If you could put the total amount of chicken broth to use I'd appreciate it. I wound up using 1qt of broth (all I had) to boil with 1qt of water, then I realized I still needed 1cup for the cheese mix, so I had to take 1cup from the pot to use later. Therefore, it wasn't exactly 1cup of chicken broth, but 1cup of diluted chicken broth.Thanks for the recipe any how, I'm also trying your greens. If they come out good, I'll post a comment

  44. Happy Thanksgiving Diva !! Your recipes are amazing, I plan on trying a few for tonight's dinner. I'm especially excited about this my favorite food is Mac & Cheese. My question is, I realized that you put an egg in your recipe on the youtube video, but there isn't a mention of an egg on here so I'm not sure if I should put it

  45. What about reheating in a water-bath…it MAY retain the moisture and slowly reheat so that it evenly gets heated all the way to the middle. Never done it, but a light bulb says "maybe".-V

  46. Hi,
    I love your recipes, this recipe sounds very similar to the one that I make. I use the cream of chicken soup though instead of chicken broth. Same concept I guess :) but I think the cream of chicken makes it a little extra creamy but you then have to watch the salt because you know that that may throw off the seasonings. But with that, cheddar cheese soup and the grated cheddar i'm super happy:) I would love to try other cheeses but I have some family members that refuse to even taste it if they think anything other than cheddar is in there :( Also consider a little green pepper diced extremely small, not a lot but you would be surprised how much it ups the flavor.

  47. You are wonderful girl! I love your recipes. I tried your other version and it was soooo good my husband and kids loved it! I'm trying this one next Sunday to see which one I like the most.

  48. Made this last night for the first time and it was a huge success. I really enjoy coming to your site and trying your recipes it makes me feel like a diva knowing that i can cook the foods that my grandma made with confidence and pride. Giving myself a pat on the shoulder cause I am now a diva that can cook. Thank you MO!! Next week I am going to make them there biscits.

    P.S. can't wait for that cookbook girl.:)

  49. Wow, this is truly worth all the hype is is getting. This mac'n'cheese is the first I've ever made, and it tasted like I've been making it for years!!! This is a fool proof receipe(it won't taste like it.) I wanted to mention that my fiance loved it!! He ate half of the entire thing(he's still skinny) and store a large portion for later. This recipe gets 500 thumps up from me!

  50. I have never made homemade mac n cheese. I found this recipe and tried it lastnight. OMG its amazing. I had some lastnight and luckily here in NY we are stuck inside due to a blizzard and lets just say the left over mac n cheese definately was better the second day around. Thank you so much. I think for Valentines im going to surprise my boo with this mac n cheese, the rib recipe on here and also the red velvet cake. Luckily I went to the grocery lastnight and bought the ingredients ;)

  51. I made this Mac n Cheese last Sunday for dinner with some spicy baked chicken wings…Let me tell you Diva…. that Mac was so good it tasted like you and I both put our foot in it…I got yelled at by my Boo cause I didnt make enough. It last for only two days and my son kept asking every night if he could have mac and cheese for dinner again. For years I couldnt find a good recipe for this dish. I have asked a lot of my friends and coworkers and it just would never come out smooth creamy and moist….I am so glad I stumbled across your site Thanks to Ateya…Girl you Dam sure Can Cook…Thanks a million

  52. I made this today. It was Amazing! Thannk you for sharing!!!

  53. Hey ladies!!! Thanks so much for trying out the recipe!! Glad you all liked it!

  54. I have been looking for a mac and cheese recipe. I have tried just about every and none have been to my liking, BUT this one is the BEST! Thank you so much. This recipe is the best. Thank you again!

  55. I made your Macaroni and Cheese for my Christmas dinner and everyone loved it. They went absolutely crazy for it. They were like, "I didn't know you could cook"!! Thanks so much for all the great recipes, you need to write your own cook book (I'll be the freakin' first in line to get it)!!!!!!!

  56. I couldn't find that Kraft mixed cheese you mentioned. Do you know what kind of cheese goes into it?

  57. I made this last night and I was trying to let it sit like you stated, but I couldn't. My whole apartment was filled with the aroma and it tast even better. I woke up in the middle of the night and got some more. This morning I had some too.

    Like someone mention, it taste even better after it sit overnight.

    I also like the fact you use different cheese. I know for myself that was my first time I ever tasted not along used Gouda cheese. Its great. I love it.

    Thank you very much. I cooked my first Thanksgiving Dinner with your help.

    Keep up with the receipes, Im loving them.

  58. I too usually make Patti Labelle's Over the Rainbow recipe. Will be using this recipe this year, sounds really good. So glad to find this website, God bless.

  59. This was so good. Looks like I have a delicious one for Thanksgiving. Thanks Monique and Happy Thanksgiving to you and Everyone.

  60. Whoa! Made this today to take to our early Thanksgiving party at work and EVERYBODY who had some wanted the recipe . This is a really good southern style baked macaroni & cheese recipe. I love that it's creamy and cheesy. A lot of baked macaroni and cheese recipes can tend to be on the dry, gritty side.

    I added in an egg and used evaporated milk instead of the half n half & milk. I also put a few slices of butter on top of the cheese before I popped it into the oven. Might as well make it super fattening right? lol It was delicious!!!

    I was hoping there would be some leftover for me to take home for my husband to try but the pan was scraped clean!

    A good mac n cheese recipe is hard to come by so thank you for sharing yours.

  61. Bluewisper that is a good question & when you find the answer to it let me know lol

    I have yet to taste a baked mac n cheese that has been reheated in the oven and STILL tastes good. Either the noodles get soggy from being over cooked or the middle is still cold when the edges are starting to dry out.

    It's easy to reheat regular mac n cheese because you can just stir in some milk & butter to retain the creaminess but with the baked kind….not so much.

    The microwave is the only way to go when it comes to reheating baked mac n cheese without losing the flavor in my opinion.

    I'll keep looking and asking around to see how other peeps are reheating their baked mac n cheese.

  62. Heres the thing, this mac and cheese is THE BEST but even BETTER the next day! The next day it has that perfect consistency that I've been searching for. Kind of like a southern homestyle kind yet creamy and cheesy. I used 1 cup of milk instead of half n half. My boyfriend said that I am not allowed to make any other kind ever because it was the first mac and cheese that he had ever tasted that had flavor.

    So my question is how do I go about reheating a whole pan in the oven? I plan on making this the day before Thanksgiving and reheating it.

    • I’ve reheated baked mac-n-cheese in the oven with success only if it is a 9×9 dish or smaller. If you do a larger casserole dish it doesn’t usually work. Anyhow, if you get a deep-dish cookie sheet and place the casserole dish in the middle, you can then flood the cookie sheet with water and bake it. The water keeps the oven moist and helps to reheat the dish a little more evenly without drying it out. Give it a try sometime, it works out well for me. Otherwise, I agree with the Diva. The microwave reheat does well on baked mac.

    • Actually, you wouldn’t reheat it. You would make it the day before, refrigerate it in it’s baking dish cover with cling wrap touching the entire surface of the mac and cheese to prevent air from getting into the sauce and forming a skin and drying out the macaroni, and pop it in the oven the day of.

  63. Glad you liked it Annonymous! Yeah that Patti mac n cheese is so good! I've made it a few times.

    1xellus1 That means soooo much to me right now…it's been one of those crazy days!

    Atiyah I have never had that kind…point me into the right direction because that needs to be on my list.

  64. I will have to try the chicken broth next time I do mac and cheese. Have you tried the 7cheese mac and cheese by Delilah?

  65. love your step by step pics. i know it isn't always easy to crank out a vid. we appreciate you girl, keep posting! love everything here!

  66. Hello Monica!

    I normally make Patti Labelles Over The Rainbow Macaroni and Cheese but I made this today and this IS the one I'll be serving on Thanksgiving too. I halved the recipe to make a small pan just in case I didn't like it and now I wish I would have doubled the recipe! *Heres my tips* Definitely give it time to set so that it won't be too loose. I thought it was a lil too loose at first but it set very well after about 30 minutes. I didn't have to add in any garlic powder, dried mustard or salt like I normally do. I guess the chicken broth took care of all that. This macaroni is delicious! Very creamy & cheesey. Thanks so much for being so kind to share this recipe

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