1. Give corn what it's always been asking for. Joy (CC BY http://2.0) / Via Flickr: joyosity No one is arguing that butter on corn is a bad idea, but cheese on corn results in grilled elote, which results in a party in your mouth. Full recipe here. 2. Add mac 'n' cheese to meat loaf for a match made in heaven. Jameel Winter (CC BY http://2.0) / Via Flickr: jameelwinter We've been raised to think that meat loaf is one thing and mac 'n' cheese is another. This is antiquated thinking. Here you can learn how to combine two of the most compelling comfort foods into one fantastic feast. 3. Make ice cream out of cheese, please. David Berkowitz (CC BY http://2.0) / Via Flickr: davidberkowitz The best part is that you can make it using just a blender. Wait, OK, no... the best part is obviously that it tastes like a big bowl of freaking cheesecake. Full recipe here. 4. Make your pasta "say cheese." ThinkStock Pasta and cheese are a match made in heaven. And pasta with four cheeses is unholy. Full recipe here. 5. Add some cheese to your potatoes. ThinkStock Potatoes with cheese are good, but potatoes with a trifecta of cheeses — like Gruyère, Parmesan, and cheddar — are unequivocally better. Add some garlic for full-bodied flavor, and you're good to go. Full recipe here. 6. Complement cookies with some cheddar. Selena http://N.B.H. (CC BY http://2.0) / Via Flickr: moonlightbulb Cookies, meet cheddar. Cheddar, meet cookies. Didn't think those foods could intersect? They can, and it's spectacular. 7. Add some cheese to those dinner rolls. ThinkStock These cheese rolls are so good, you'll have to stop your eyes from rolling to the back of your head! Full recipe here. 8. Replace veggies with fruit and cheese for a new type of skewer. ThinkStock You can't go wrong with a kebab, but nothing feels more right than fruit paired with your favorite cheese (this recipe calls for Monterey Jack), all on one stick. 9. Supplement your soufflé with cottage cheese. ThinkStock There's perhaps no better place for cottage cheese than in a soufflé (who would've thought). They make great "neighbors," if you will. Full recipe here. 10. Throw some cheese on those fritters, and you'll no longer fret about entertaining guests. ThinkStock Easy to make and even easier to run out of fast, fritters have never been better than when they've got cheese in the mix (Parmigiano-Reggiano, to be exact). Full recipe here. 11. Add goat cheese and say "ta-ta" to your traditional fajitas. jeffreyw (CC BY http://2.0) / Via Flickr: jeffreyww Sour cream might usually be "the" staple for fajitas, but swap it out for goat cheese, and you'll end up getting down with your baaaaaaa-d self. Full recipe here. And obviously, add even more cheese to your tacos. The only way you can improve tacos topped with cheese — a seemingly perfect food — is by blasting more cheese onto the actual shell! Get the cheese you need here.