CHALMETTE, La. -- When Rocky & Carlo's reopened its doors last year after a months-long closure caused by a fire, there were lines of people waiting out the door, and many of them wanted one thing -- the famous macaroni and cheese.
The nearly 50-year-old dish is the crown jewel of the historic St. Bernard Parish restaurant. Whether you get the crusty top or creamy bottom, with gravy or without, you know you're getting a unique flavor.
So what separates Rocky & Carlo's macaroni and cheese from the rest? We took a trip down to Chalmette to find out in this week's How It's Done.