Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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macaroni cheese

easy preparation of Kraft Dinner
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this special sieve allows the macaroni to pass through it while catching the powdered cheese packet before it falls into the boiling water
arrondee, Aug 16 2001

We wouldn't have to eat Kraft Dinner... http://www.afm.org/...ver/02-01/02-01.htm
but we would eat Kraft Dinner... [dbsousa, Oct 04 2004]

Canning funnel http://www.compleme.../canningfunnel.html
It's not technically a sieve but, should get the job done. [half, Oct 04 2004]


       Not familiar with the product, but I'm guessing that you could just pick out said packet before tipping ersatz pasta into water. Also I'm guessing that you didn't.
angel, Aug 16 2001

       But, surely, no more than once. Try Easy Mac for the Microwave, [arrondee]; nothing but packet.
The Military, Aug 16 2001

       waug: "homo milk"? That sounds like a Halfbakery idea waiting to happen...
PotatoStew, Aug 16 2001

       Waugsqueke, most of us just call it 'macaroni and cheese', no brand name.
StarChaser, Aug 16 2001

       Not me...If it's necessary to specify <I do like the Kraft one more than the generics>, I say 'Kraft macaroni and cheese'...But then, I'm weird.
StarChaser, Aug 18 2001

       I thought "Kraft Dinner" was a Canadian phrase, ala Barenaked Ladies and Terrance and Phillip...
dbsousa, Jan 09 2003

       Yes, the product known as "Kraft Macaroni and Cheese" in the USA is sold in Canada under the name "Kraft Dinner". Same exact product, two different trademarked names.
krelnik, Jan 09 2003

       Seems baked in the form of a "canning funnel" (link). Personally, I pull the packet out before dumping the noodles but, to each their own.
half, Jan 09 2003

       Oh, I have a genious idea. How about just taking out the cheese packet!
Keleigh, Aug 19 2003


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