In our continuing quest to find out if Fleetwood Mac is the greatest Mac of all time, we've posted a seemingly interminable set of polls allowing you the opportunity to vote on who is the greatest potential challenger to their MacCrown. Clearly most of you feel that if anyone can unseat Fleetwood Mac—it's a piping hot bowl of MACARONI & CHEESE. And so, before we place our final vote, a few words in the defense of our contenders.
FLEETWOOD MAC: Though originally formed in 1967, the band found its greatest success in the mid-70s with bandmembers John McVie, Christine McVie, Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks. Their albums "Fleetwood Mac," "Rumours," and "Tusk" are considered classics of the rock 'n' roll genre. Here is their greatest gift to humanity:
MACARONI & CHEESE: Enjoyed since medieval times, this dish consisting of elbow macaroni, cheese sauce, milk and butter was also a favorite meal of President Thomas Jefferson, who served it at a state dinner in 1802. In the 20th century, macaroni and cheese became an easy, inexpensive method of feeding thousands during the Great Depression, and has since become a delicious family classic. And, unlike Fleetwood Mac, macaroni and cheese has it's own national holiday (July 14).