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Old 02-01-2007, 03:38 AM   #21
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Old 02-01-2007, 03:40 AM   #22
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Velveeta. Millions of Wisconsinites just vomited.

Man you can't quibble over real dairy or not. There's damn little that's actually healthy in any of this.

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My contribution to Super Bowl parties has always been either chili or my bean dip.

I too use the bright yellow "log o'cheese...er...food" like Swami as a base, then add a jar of my favorite salsa, a can of refried bean (refried black beans work great too, just substitute the green chiles with either vinegar or a really vinegary hot sauce), and a can of diced green chiles. Just heat it all together and keep warm in a fondue pot or mini crock pot.


Also, hot dogs have been added by request when I do the chili for well, chili dogs...

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Old 02-01-2007, 04:14 AM   #24
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Yet... nobody seems to care.

You go ahead and eat it.

*grabs another pickled egg*
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Yet... nobody seems to care.

LOL

Hey, I'm all about teh cheese. If you want to try and melt down a wheel of Wisconsin's finest sharp cheddar in a crock pot and dip your chips in it, be my guest. Let me know how that turns out!

Velveeta has its place in the food chain. It's somewhere between potted meat and grape "drink." I can live with that.

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Hey, I'm all about teh cheese. If you want to try and melt down a wheel of Wisconsin's finest sharp cheddar in a crock pot and dip your chips in it, be my guest. Let me know how that turns out!

Velveeta has its place in the food chain. It's somewhere between potted meat and grape "drink." I can live with that.

*craves pickled egg*
Velveeta mixes great with the other Wisconsin foodstuff, Hormel Chili.

Now, before we all start on the anti Velveeta kick, let's remember just exactly what it is.

Take a CLOSER look at the package.

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Velveeta mixes great with the other Wisconsin foodstuff, Hormel Chili.

Now, before we all start on the anti Velveeta kick, let's remember just exactly what it is.

Take a CLOSER look at the package.


Pastuerized and processed?
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Typical American garble speak. "processed cheese-food" that's been pasteurized.

I wonder what hurt worse, the processing or the pasteurizing?

Cheese?

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Typical American garble speak. "processed cheese-food" that's been pasteurized.

I wonder what hurt worse, the processing or the pasteurizing?

Cheese?

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Being sent out to pasteur.

Got that dead on right.

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