I think from the song Yankie Doodle because it has the word in it. I think from the song Yankie Doodle because it has the word in it.
Macaroni is a type of pasta. So, if we put cheese on Macaroni, it becomes Macaroni and cheese. Simple!
First known usage, 1599: southern Italian dialect maccaroni or from late Greek makaria.
mac and cheese
No there is no difference. Mac & cheese is just a shorter way to say macaroni & cheese
Macaroni cheese. Called macaroni and cheese in America and macaroni pie in Jamaica
the pasta is called macaroni, and when you mix it with the cheese... well you get it.
From a factory that makes Macaroni and Cheese.
no macaroni and cheese is not a noun it is a food
macaroni & cheese & tabouleh
I think you mean macaroni cheese? That is macaroni baked with a cheese sauce.
Pizza, Grilled Cheese, Macaroni, Cheeseburger
i think that all sorts of cheese can be used to make macaroni cheese