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Old 06-15-2009, 03:27 PM   #11
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so what are they the heart of?
hmmmmmmmmmmmm i never put cheese ends IN soup well cooking it. i do however put a liberal amount of grated R & P on top of a bowl of homemade chicken soup served over rice.
You know how hard the ends of the parm is, well when you put them in to hot liquid they become soft and creamy and a lot like the cheese in french onion soup..they are so good my kids use to argue over who's turn it was to get the cheese
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Old 06-15-2009, 03:30 PM   #12
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You know how hard the ends of the parm is, well when you put them in to hot liquid they become soft and creamy and a lot like the cheese in french onion soup..they are so good my kids use to argue over who's turn it was to get the cheese
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i never wind up with hard ends i just grate them. now i want stuffed artichokes! jeeeeeeeeeeez i better go make my chili. i think i am hungry. did you check the recipe? wondering what you think of it and if/how you make yours.
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Old 06-15-2009, 03:45 PM   #13
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so what are they the heart of?
hmmmmmmmmmmmm i never put cheese ends IN soup well cooking it. i do however put a liberal amount of grated R & P on top of a bowl of homemade chicken soup served over rice.

HEY!!! I wanna know what they are too!!!
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Old 06-15-2009, 04:20 PM   #14
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HEY!!! I wanna know what they are too!!!
LOL i am glad i don't eat them. if i want them i go to the heart of the choke!!
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Old 06-15-2009, 04:43 PM   #15
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No parm has not dissapeared from our lives..But those little ends, you can't get anymore cheese from,,,What do you do with them?
Me a big pot of minestrone, of bean soup any kind of soup for that matter..Add that rind. It will get soft and gooey and oh so yummy..My boys use to elbow each other over it. Now everybody is happy..Now I find, I can still save mine but yesterday for a dollar, I got a dozen parm ends at the grocery store...So, if you had some what would you do with yours? In a nice mac and cheese, I've even surprised them and put it in a stew..Yep stew..
Now surprise me with your ideas.
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You mean there is a market for all those ends of Parm I have in my fridge?

I put them in soups and sometimes in stews. Have you ever tried it in tomato soup? ooooh!
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HEY!!! I wanna know what they are too!!!

not sure, katy & msmofet!
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Old 06-16-2009, 01:37 AM   #18
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You mean there is a market for all those ends of Parm I have in my fridge?

I put them in soups and sometimes in stews. Have you ever tried it in tomato soup? ooooh!
No I haven't but I will.
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I use it in my spaghetti sauce, also grate some in scrambled eggs or omelet.
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Old 06-16-2009, 12:36 PM   #20
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oh yeah i use the ends in an asparagus omlet.
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