Pat Robertson appeared confused about macaroni and cheese while hosting "The 700 Club" Wednesday on the Christian Broadcasting Network following a clip of host Kristi Watts interviewing former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. In the clip, Watts asked Rice what dish she had to have at Thanksgiving. "It's mac and cheese," Rice said.
Watts clapped. "Sister, that is my dish, that is the one thing I can rock," she said.
"But only once, once a year," said Rice.
Following the clip, Robertson asked, "What is this mac and cheese? Is that a black thing?"
"It is a black thing Pat. Listen: and you guys, other people, the world needs to get on board with macaroni and cheese," said Watts. "Christmas and Thanksgiving -- we have to have macaroni and cheese, and it trips me out that you don't."
"I really don't, I don't, and I have never," said Robertson while the two laughed.
Robertson, 81, said recently that President Barack Obama has a Muslim "inclination" because of his upbringing in Indonesia. He also recently said that divorcing a spouse with Alzheimer's disease is justifiable because the disease is "a kind of death."
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