Babyfood, dinner, macaroni and cheese, strained

Fun Facts

  1. In 1993, Crayola named one of their crayon colors “macaroni and cheese.
  2. Kraft introduced its famous boxed version of macaroni and cheese in 1937. During the first year, nine million boxes were sold.
  3. This is a very interesting statistic. Today, Kraft sells more than one million boxes of its macaroni and cheese every day.
  4. The average canned macaroni and cheese is a source of sixteen percent of the daily recommended protein for an adult. It is also a good source of copper, manganese and selenium.
  5. Macaroni and cheese is consistently on the list of top ten favorite food choices for children.
  6. Although the definitive origin of macaroni and cheese is not known, the first known written recipe for this dish is from thirteenth century southern Italy. This recipe calls for lasagna sheets and fermented cheese.

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