When asked if they would like to have a bowl of macaroni and cheese, most Americans will undoubtedly suffer no confusion as to what is being proposed to them. “Do I want a bowl of macaroni and cheese? You mean that curved, cylindrical, wheat-based pasta smothered in delicious, melted cheese? Sure!” However, the history of the word macaroni┬ádeals with more than just the hearty pasta, and there have been many different terms and different things associated with the name of Kraft’s favorite pasta since the 1700’s. For example, had you asked a person the same question in or around 1760, they might possibly be confused…and a little bit worried. “Marry! What dost thou ask’st me!?” they might exclaim, for around that time, the Macaroni…