Since When Is Mac And Cheese A `Black Thing`?

Submitted by: kitteh9lives 5 years ago in

Is this racist? Pat Robertson asking if Mac n" Cheese is "a black thing" or her caricaturistic confirmation that it is?
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Male 684
my family is as white as they get, we always have homemade mac and cheese as a side on holidays...also, pat Robertson is an ignorant bigot, but you knew that.
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Male 2,419
@Thedaringeel
Try to make more sense in your posts and I don`t know about how it is where you live, but around here `white family`s` don`t have `mac and cheese as a side dish with fish sticks` on Thanksgiving. Turkey Day, not Fish Sticks Day.
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Male 15,270
ShiiiiIt. I was expecting fried chicken.
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Male 139
KRAFT MACARONI AND CHEESE
IT`S A FOOD THING.
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Male 2,384
hey man fried chicken and waffles, that poo is drating dope, im dead serious like cancer
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Female 13
Is mac and cheese a delicacy to them? She doesn`t get that many white family`s have mac and cheese as a side dish with fish sticks and other main dishes...How much money does she make? She can afford mac and cheese EVERY DAY. It kinda gets boring after a while when you have to live off of it though.
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Male 47
I thought mac and cheese was a white trash thing
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Male 1,449
Holy Crap, I`M BLACK!!!!!!
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Male 293
No... GOOD mac n cheese is a black thing...
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Male 3,212
Ya really got to wonder if this character is `sundowning` when he spouts his absurdities.
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Male 259
Every time I celebrate a holiday with my best friend and his family, who are black, the mac and cheese is the first thing on my plate. Next is the fried chicken. Next are the greens. It`s called soul food, and it is how many poor people celebrate the holidays, regardless of skin tone. I could go for some right now... screw the turkey and taters!
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Male 2,033
If your mac and cheese is black you are doing it wrong.
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Male 2,419
@con_UK
Yup, yell at me for quoting history. Obviously an Italian dish couldn`t possibly be brought in by somebody who had been in Italy at some point in their life. Those stupid drating historians and their crap eh?
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Male 646
Actually it`s "baked" macaroni and cheese that`s a black thing...
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Male 10,855
If Pat Robertson was blonde, young, and female, he`d (or she`d) fit the stereotype perfectly.
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Male 1,313
I`m black? The things I learn...
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Male 39,929

I guess white people don`t care about mac n cheese at holidays
because we can afford to eat it all year long.
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Female 2,674
I thought mac and cheese was a Canadian thing.
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Male 3,369
Man, that`s gotta just kill Pat to be civil towards black people.
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Male 5,314
i luv me sum mac n` cheeze
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Male 7,378
Wow Pat. Isn`t it half past death time yet?
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Male 7,833
Am I black? I love Mac&Cheese.
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Male 92
"it is said that the classic American macaroni and cheese returned with Thomas Jefferson to Virginia after his sojourn in Italy. "

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Who the hell comes up with this poo??!!
I mean, for cryin out loud! Macaroni is an italian dish, man!
Italians came to the states as lowly immigrants in the late 19th century and brough that dish with them... the rest of the americans started eating macaroni and cheese when Kraft sold it in a mass consumption box...

jeez... the crap you come up with...
what`s next? George Washington ate feta cheese and mousaka whilst writing your retarded rights to carry machine guns?
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Male 2,419

But the American macaroni and cheese has two main lines of ancestry claimed. In the first, it is thought that macaroni and cheese was a casserole that had its beginnings at a New England church supper. In southeastern Connecticut it was known long ago as macaroni pudding. In the second, and more famous story, and more than likely the original story, it is said that the classic American macaroni and cheese returned with Thomas Jefferson to Virginia after his sojourn in Italy. Jefferson had brought back a pasta machine from Italy. His daughter Mary Randolph became the hostess of his house after Jefferson’s wife died and she is credited with inventing the dish using macaroni and Parmesan cheese. Later, the Parmesan was replaced with cheddar cheese. Anyway, that`s one story. It is more likely that Jefferson encountered the dish in Italy and brought back the recipe.
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Male 2,419
Gonna go with VERY NOT BLACK

Since the Kraft Company put it in a box in 1937 every American kid grew up with macaroni and cheese. There can be no doubt that its ultimate origins are Italian, as one finds macaroni and cheese recipes from the late thirteenth century in southern Italy. The anonymous Liber de coquina, written in Latin by someone familiar with the Neapolitan court then under the sphere of Charles II of Anjou (1248-1309) has a recipe called de lasanis which we can call the first “macaroni and cheese” recipe. It was a macaroni, in this case, lasagne sheets made from fermented dough and cut into two-inch squares that were cooked in water and tossed with grated cheese, probably Parmesan. The author suggests using powdered spices and layering the sheets of lasagne, just like today, with the cheese if desired.
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Male 1,610
She said "trips me out". WTF is going on here?!?! It`s like some kind of alternate universe.
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Male 2,419
Wtf?
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Male 39,929

So do we call it `Black and Cheese` now?
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Male 2,376
according to south park its a Canadian thing... KD BITCHESSSSSSSSSSS or if your really white trash you call it Mac Jack
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Female 8,055
Macaroni Cheese, pardon, why is this not known by someone?
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Male 6,737
Well... that was interesting.
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Male 5,811
I hear it goes great with waterm....oh yeah.
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Female 8,043
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