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macaronimac‧a‧ro‧ni /ˌmækəˈrəʊni $ -ˈroʊ-/ noun [uncountable]  DFFa type of pasta in the shape of small tubesmacaroni cheese British English /macaroni and cheese American English (=macaroni cooked with a cheese sauce)
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macaroniMacaroni and cheese has disappeared or been replaced by macaroni salad.Add macaroni and cook until just tender, 8 to 10 minutes.You know, five nights, five boxes of macaroni and cheese.With surprise he watched him consume a lot of macaroni.Here are recipes for some of the updated versions of macaroni and cheese.But only the sandwich rings my bell.-Walt Whitebread Mashed potatoes, chicken soup, macaroni and cheese.One taster remarked that it reminded him of what macaroni and cheese must have tasted like before Kraft.He remembers a culinary repertoire consisting of kippers alternating with macaroni in tomato sauce.macaroni cheeseIt was macaroni cheese and mashed potatoes.
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