I was coming home from work late and my children were at home hungry. The three older ones know how to cook a few items so they can survive if I am not around, but that night no one wanted any of those things. So I am driving down the 400 talking my 9 year old daughter through the step by step process of how to make and serve Kraft Dinner. She did a brilliant job; no one was burned; and her siblings were fed.
It is no wonder Kraft Dinner has survived 81 years. No one disputes that it is not the healthiest food, but it remains a meal that is inexpensive, easy to store, fairly simple to prepare, tasty, and good at satisfying your hunger. Thank you Thomas H. McInnerney.