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Old 11-28-2007, 06:56 PM   #11
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Dad used to do the buttered noodles too...instead of cheese though he'd add WAY TOO much ketchup.

I like the sound of cheese much better.


Wow, I thought I was part of the only family that ate ketchup on buttered noodles. Some nights, when my mom was too tired to fix anything big we had "spaghetti and butter". Saute onions and garlic in butter, add to spaghetti and then add ketchup... I get cravings for it to this day lol.
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Old 11-28-2007, 07:02 PM   #12
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Well thanks to this thread and one from yesterday, I scratched my chicken parmesan, on account of DH not being here and it would be a waste of chicken on my children, and went with my Hungarian roots and made noodles w/ cottage cheese, parmesan, garlic powder salt pepper and a little half and half.

Now the drool is gone and I can move on!!!!
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Old 12-03-2007, 09:19 PM   #13
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Had to go to a specialty grocery store for the farmer's cheese... SOOOOO GOOOOD!!!!!! Thanks for a new way to satisfy that "I'm really hungry but I don't know what I want" craving!
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Old 12-03-2007, 09:58 PM   #14
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Had to go to a specialty grocery store for the farmer's cheese... SOOOOO GOOOOD!!!!!! Thanks for a new way to satisfy that "I'm really hungry but I don't know what I want" craving!
So glad you liked the dish.

Suzie - Parmesan cheese? How will you get into Hungarian grandma heaven.

PDS - ketchup? No, no, no no, no.

As long as you enjoyed it, that's what counts. (I think? Oh, well, lol)
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Old 12-03-2007, 11:30 PM   #15
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lol...that was Dad.. NOT me!!! lololo!
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This 'farmer's cheese', is it something I can find at my major chain grocery stores? Or is it truly cottage cheese.

I will admit that it sounds strange, but I have found that it is the strange sounding dishes that turn out to be my favorites!!! Buttered egg noodles are the bomb, so adding a good dose of cheese does not sound that far off base!
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Old 12-04-2007, 02:12 AM   #17
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This 'farmer's cheese', is it something I can find at my major chain grocery stores? Or is it truly cottage cheese.

I will admit that it sounds strange, but I have found that it is the strange sounding dishes that turn out to be my favorites!!! Buttered egg noodles are the bomb, so adding a good dose of cheese does not sound that far off base!
I'm curious as well, sattie. I've never seen it, but haven't actually looked. This might help.

Farmer cheese
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LOL I don't think I was getting to Hungarian Gramma heaven anyway, I ended up mostly German somehow!
And from what her children tell me, I'm thinking she's not there anyway........
OK! Back to subject....
I'll have to try farmer cheese next time, It's always been cottage.
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Old 12-04-2007, 06:52 PM   #19
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This 'farmer's cheese', is it something I can find at my major chain grocery stores? Or is it truly cottage cheese.

I will admit that it sounds strange, but I have found that it is the strange sounding dishes that turn out to be my favorites!!! Buttered egg noodles are the bomb, so adding a good dose of cheese does not sound that far off base!

I would actually compare it to ricotta. It's very tasty. Where I live our chain grocery stores lack in anything unique. I go to a place called The Fresh Market when I'm after something ethnic or hard to find.
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My Jewish "bubby" used to make the noodle/cottage cheese dish....ahhhh, I must try it soon!
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