On the Eighth Day of Four, I continue to think about four-sided shapes and their relatives.
Tonight, we had dinner from a rectangular box: Kraft dinner. Curious Girl is a big fan of macaroni and cheese, and I like it, too. The Wikipedia entry on KD is actually quite informative about the way KD is a term and product with a very different usage/history in Canada than the US; it's a term that worked its way into my lexicon while I lived in Ontario and still varies freely with the American macaroni and cheese.
Another rectangular food I like: gjetost. A brown Norwegian goat cheese I first discovered when Politica took me to Norway in 1995. It's amazing on a dark or grainy bread, and I've been happy to find it in some speciality groceries here lately.
Ice cream sandwiches are something I enjoy eating again with Curious Girl (all the more so these days when she will actually eat one). They are more enjoyable in theory than in actuality, since the cake part is not too tasty and usually the ice cream is not too good, either. CG talked me into buying a box of small tofutti sandwiches at Whole Paycheck last week, and they are a major disappointment. But a rectangular one.
My favorite store-bought cookies are fig newtons, which are almost rectangular.
So what polyhedric pleasures lurk in your pantries?