macaroni and cheese
[ mak-uh-roh-neeuhnd cheez ]
/ ˌmæk əˈroʊ ni ənd ˈtʃiz /
a dish of pasta and cheese sauce, traditionally using macaroni and cheddar, baked in a casserole or sometimes cooked on a stovetop.
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Also called mac and cheese, mac n cheese [makuhn cheez], /ˈmæk ən ˈtʃiz/, mac .
Origin of macaroni and cheese
First recorded in 1845–50
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