AS winter sets in it’s the time of year when we all want to indulge in our favourite warming dishes. Up there among the best is a rich, go
AS winter sets in it’s the time of year when we all want to indulge in our favourite warming dishes.
Up there among the best is a rich, gooey mac ‘n’ cheese with blackened edges and a thick bubbling crust.
How do you eat your mac ‘n’ cheese? Are you a fork or a spoon person?[/caption]
Some serve it as a main and some as a side dish, some people douse it in ketchup and American mustard while others prefer it untainted by condiments.
Usually we’ve all got a pretty “live and let live” attitude towards how people tackle the baked pasta dish, but apparently there is a right way of going about it.
When faced with a tray of the good stuff, do you dive for a fork or a spoon?
Some people like to spear their pasta with a pronged utensil while others opt for a scooping motion and need domed cutlery to collect as much sauce as possible.
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American boxed mac ‘n’ cheese makers Annie’s decided to put the debate to rest once and for all.
They sent out a survey to 5,000 people and quizzed them about their macaroni and cheese eating practices.
It turns out that a whopping 71% preferred a fork and only 21% reached for the spoon.
A mystery 1% confessed to using something else – and quite frankly your guess is as good as mine.
Responding to the revelation the brand, which had previously had a spoon of mac ‘n’ cheese on the box updated their branding to a fork.
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