macaroni : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a British dandy in the 18th century who affected Continental mannerisms
Yankee Doodle stuck a feather in his cap and called it macaroni
- n pasta in the form of slender tubes
- That means that the 1934 production of macaroni was around 1,400,000,000,000,000 ft.
- My teenage daughter repudiated McDonald's after seeing Supersize Me, so when she's out with her friends, they go to a local hangout known for its kushari, a spicy mix of macaroni .
- When people aren't busy air-kissing and waving to one another across the crowded dining space, they're tucking into chef Daniel Sia's cleverly re-imagined classics, like macaroni .
News & Articles
- Commonly found U.S. foods are outlawed in other countries
Sports drinks, fat-free chips and macaroni and cheese are all found in millions of American households, and all outlawed in the United Kingdom. It's not just the U.K.. Promote to Mobile read more
June 21, 2013 - KETK 56 Tyler
- Heartfelt 'Monsters University' majors in humor, horror
We take it for granted that certain things go together -- peanut butter and jelly, macaroni and cheese, bacon and everything -- but don't often question how such harmonious partnerships came t…
June 20, 2013 - Provo Daily Herald
- Arkansas Riceland Rice Bowl? Sounds good
Sitting in Macaroni Grill Saturday night three times people stopped by and asked the same basic question, “Is it true Little Rock might really get a bowl?” The answer is yes, with a solid maybe.
June 19, 2013 - Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
- John Boehner in National Review Online (blog)
With the President failing to lead, Democrats are rushing out of town to watch fireworks and eat macaroni salad instead of getting the American people's work done,Boehner added.
- Ken Griffey Jr in ESPN
Now whenever I go to San Francisco, Barry takes me out to dinner,Griffey says. "And when he comes to Cincinnati, I'll take him out. I fly my mom in because Barry loves the way she cooks macaroni and cheese and fried chicken. That's the...
- Mark Bradford in Los Angeles Times (blog)
What happens so often is you take these multifaceted, savvy kids and give them glitter and macaroni and crayons for an hour, and that seems to them like a hobby, not part of their identity,Bradford says. "I think that's why Facebook is so...