|Sacred Wheel Cheese Shop in Oakland's Temescal Disctrict|
|Trying out my new wide-angle lens at Sacred Wheel Cheese Shop in Oakland's Temescal district|
I found out about Sacred Wheel from Ben's post at Focus:Snap:Eat. Sacred Wheel won the Chow Masters contest for their Sleazy Mac.
|Philly Mac at Sacred Wheel in Oakland's Temescal District|
|Piggy Mac at Sacred Wheel in Oakland's Temescal District|
On the side, both of our dishes came with a mild, thin Sriracha sauce. It went well with the meat and cheese.
|Nan's Perfect Sauce is on the table at Sacred Wheel Cheese Shop|
|Trying out my new fish-eye lens. Next time I might try to keep my finger out of the picture :)|
We enjoyed our mac 'n cheese dishes, and look forward to returning to try their sandwiches. (I'm not alone in liking this place -- check out their rating on Urbanspoon!)
What's your favorite macaroni and cheese dish? Let me know in the comments below.
A note about my new camera lenses: This was my first food review using my snap-on lenses for iPhone 6 and 6 Plus from Olloclip. I'm still learning to use them well, but so far I am really pleased with the results. I think the iPhone 6 Plus takes great pictures anyway, and now I can use the fisheye for tight spaces and the wide-angle to fit more into the frame. I used them as you can see in a couple of the pictures above. The Olloclip kit also includes 10x and 15x close-up lenses which I have yet to try. Overall, these are very easy to carry around and use. It's "a snap" to put them on. And they work with both the front and rear cameras. You can buy the Olloclip 4-in-1 lenses for iPhone 6 and 6 Plus on Amazon.
|Steve's Been There|