What is the difference between pasta and macaroni?

In English-speaking countries, the name macaroni is customarily given to a specific shape of pasta (i.e. small pasta tubes cut into short pieces). In the U.S. and the United Kingdom, this pasta is often prepared by baking it with a sauce made from cheddar cheese; the resulting dish is called macaroni and cheese.

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What rhymes with macaroni?

smackaroniThings that rhyme with Macaroni: Pony, phony, Tony, bony, stoney, bologna

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Is macaroni a carbohydrate?

The actual macaroni is classified as a carbohydrate- it is rich in starch, but be sure to not only feed on macaroni!

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