There are several differences when it comes to Kraft boxed mac n’ cheese in the United States and in Canada. For starters, our friends up north call it Kraft Dinner, which is a pretty vague name. Couldn’t any Kraft product served for dinner technically be called Kraft Dinner?
But the second difference—the one that infuriates us—is how the Kraft Dinner box has a fork instead of a spoon. What kind of monster eats macaroni and cheese with a fork? Well, to be honest, we do. We love poking the tines into the holes of the pasta. Why would anyone use any other eating utensil for mac n’ cheese?