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Americans lift their beloved mac-and-cheese to new heights

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Send the CapMac truck to Japan now!

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The words "mac-and-cheese" and "new heights" don't belong in the same sentence.

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The words "mac-and-cheese" and "new heights" don't belong in the same sentence.

Except if sandwiching the phrase "raise Americans' inability to control themselves to".

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I'm going to make some tonight. I hope McD doesn't come out with a Macburgeroni.

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When I was a small boy food rationing was still in force in the UK. The highlight of the week was when my mother made a big dish of Macaroni cheese with the family ration of "Government Cheddar". The other option was Cauliflower Cheese with our home grown Cauliflowers.

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If the word "Foodie" was a person, I would embrace its genocide...

that being said, this article makes we want to make some mac and cheese and not that kraft dinner crap

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Story right below this one is, "Red meat boosts risk of dying young: study". Appropriate. BigMac is Big Evil to your body. Stay away.

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“It’s hot, it’s rich and its heavy,” said Harman, a government employee, waiting for her high-carbohydrate serving of pasta laden with melted cheese. “Just like Americans—although I don’t know about the ‘rich’ part.”

I don't know about the 'hot' part either...

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They are asking for diabetes or heart attack, and do not forget to order Diet Soda

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