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Old 11-08-2011, 08:47 PM   #11
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This sounds quick and easy. I'm curious why the fresh grated parm didn't work. What went wrong?
I'd say the burning factor would play in here.
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Old 11-08-2011, 08:52 PM   #12
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This sounds quick and easy. I'm curious why the fresh grated parm didn't work. What went wrong?
It seemed to lack intensity. It was fairly bland except for the garlic. I was grating a lot of fresh parm into that butter and it just wasn't doing it. Plus it (the sauce) seemed to burn easier. This just seemed to hit the flavor I was after.
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Old 11-08-2011, 08:59 PM   #13
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It seemed to lack intensity. It was fairly bland except for the garlic. I was grating a lot of fresh parm into that butter and it just wasn't doing it. Plus it (the sauce) seemed to burn easier. This just seemed to hit the flavor I was after.

Thanks, I'm going to make these. I guess I'll pick up some of the "forbidden green can".
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Old 11-08-2011, 09:29 PM   #14
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Thanks, I'm going to make these. I guess I'll pick up some of the "forbidden green can".
I'm sure you'll find some place to hide it on the conveyor
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I'm sure you'll find some place to hide it on the conveyor
I could drive to another town, wear sunglasses and a hoodie. I'll pay cash and avoid surveillance cameras.
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Old 11-08-2011, 11:33 PM   #16
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I could drive to another town, wear sunglasses and a hoodie. I'll pay cash and avoid surveillance cameras.
You could try putting it next to something embarrassing like incontinence stuff or feminine hygiene stuff...or Velveeta!
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Old 11-08-2011, 11:41 PM   #17
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You could try putting it next to something embarrassing like incontinence stuff or feminine hygiene stuff...or Velveeta!
Do not diss the Velveeta, Alix. Go ahead with the other stuff.
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Do not diss the Velveeta, Alix. Go ahead with the other stuff.
Sorry Dawgluver, that was a bit of an inside joke. I LOVE Velveeta, and buy it in the giant blocks. After several discussions here I discovered that it was not the same stuff as the stuff you get there. That and Cheez Whiz are different beasts apparently.

I am a complete gourmand compared to some folks. I use the "green can" regularly, love me some wiz biz and velveeta too! I figure that just makes my taste in food eclectic since I like lots of high end yummies too!
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Sorry Dawgluver, that was a bit of an inside joke. I LOVE Velveeta, and buy it in the giant blocks. After several discussions here I discovered that it was not the same stuff as the stuff you get there. That and Cheez Whiz are different beasts apparently.

I am a complete gourmand compared to some folks. I use the "green can" regularly, love me some wiz biz and velveeta too! I figure that just makes my taste in food eclectic since I like lots of high end yummies too!
Alix, I was teasing! I was in on that discussion. Velveeta is a staple, no matter its pedigree or birthplace! As are the Whiz, ranch and the green can.

You can pry them from my cold, dead hands.
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You guys sound like the kind of people who wouldn't kick cool whip out of your house either! ;)
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