Atlanta mayor Keisha Lance BottomsKeisha Lance BottomsAtlanta mayor back in her Thanksgiving 'lane' after mac and cheese roasting Former Georgia Sen. Max Cleland dies at 79 Atlanta mayor's race advances to runoff MORE quipped that she "stayed in her lane" this Thanksgiving after her mac and cheese became the butt of the holiday joke in 2018.
"Before you ask, I stayed in my lane this year," she tweeted, referencing her 2018 picture posted to Twitter that was heavily roasted. In the tweet, she added a picture of four pies.
Before you ask, I stayed in my lane this year. pic.twitter.com/gNSCuBl2hA— Keisha Lance Bottoms (@KeishaBottoms) November 25, 2021
In 2018, Lance Bottoms posted her Thanksgiving mac and cheese to Twitter — quickly drawing ridicule from her followers.
Mac and cheese.... pic.twitter.com/E0bA5eZgZU— Keisha Lance Bottoms (@KeishaBottoms) December 25, 2018
"The cheese sauce is missing," one user tweeted. "You can't just put shredded cheese on it and think it's mac and cheese."
Frozen food brand Stouffers even jumped in on the joke, offering their assistance to the Atlanta mayor.
Here for you next time, Keisha ❤— Stouffer’s (@stouffers) December 26, 2018
Despite the roasts, Lance Bottoms took the joke well and defended her mac and cheese skills.
"Lol...For the shady none cooking crew, add more cheese a few minutes at the end & then mix it up to make it juicy," she tweeted. "Trust, nothing dry here."