June 17, 2010
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The first recipe for mac and cheese is thought to have originated from a 13th century Italian cookbook called the Liber de Coquina, or Book of Cooking. According to food historians, the recipe for de lasanis called for sheet pasta cut into two-inch (50-millimeter) squares, cooked in water and tossed with grated cheese, likely Parmesan.
|Thomas Jefferson's macaroni machine with instructions for making pasta (1787). [Photo credit: Library of Congress]|
|As part of its new ad campaign, on Tuesday, Kraft installed a 20-foot long elbow macaroni sculpture outside of Chicago's Wrigley Field. [Photo credit: Chicago Breaking Sports]|
[via AllTop; TLC Cooking]
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