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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishRice-A-RoniRice-A-Ro‧ni /ˌraɪs ə ˈrəʊni/ trademark  a food product consisting of rice and macaroni and some flavourings that comes in a box and is easy to prepare. Rice-A-Roni is advertised using pictures of cable cars and the phrase ‘the San Francisco treat’ because the company began in San Francisco.
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