Um...I think out of that whole spread, the only thing I'd eat is the radish rosettes.
Ooo look! It's the mothership!!!

::heaves:: Well that's just put me off my dinner.
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The meat at one o'clock is taking on that shimmer I mentioned in another post.

I like the way it's just Kraft dinner. Not mac and cheese. Not pasta. Just dinner. "Mom, what are we having for dinner?" "We're having dinner. That's what."

Something needs to go in the middle of that ring like some green Jell-O with boiled eggs suspended in it or something like that.
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I like the way it's just Kraft dinner. Not mac and cheese. Not pasta. Just dinner.

It's still called Kraft Dinner in Canada, as opposed to Kraft Macaroni & Cheese in the US, because orange powder cannot legally be classified as cheese here.
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I didn't know that. Interesting. But still it seems like they could come up with something slightly more descriptive like "pasta and sauce." Now that I look at the box more closely, I can see it says "Macaroni and Cheese" on that ribbon thingy.

There was a similar fight over processed cheese here in the U.S. where cheesemakers wanted processed cheese to be labeled as "embalmed cheese." MMMM!
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Well, I'm guessing they wouldn't jump into changing the name now because of branding, and at the time they definitely wouldn't have used the term "pasta." Italian food was still considered fairly foreign in the mainstream (read: WASP) until after WWII. I'd suspect that the name might have been to brand it as a main course instead of a side dish.
Hahaha, why would you form it into a ring like that? I mean... it's so pretty?
How do they get it to stay like that?!? I'll cry if they add gelatin to it.