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03-13-2015, 09:17 PM - 1 Like   #15421
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QuoteOriginally posted by r0ckstarr Quote
Too bad somebody took a bite out of it. Otherwise, I would've eaten that.
It was just a a clean fork
Here: a re-take with healthy fruit added on...

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QuoteOriginally posted by Ex Finn. Quote
It was just a a clean fork
Here: a re-take with healthy fruit added on...
Ha! I was just saying that it looked so good that I wanted to eat it.
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Guys. I've been gone for 10 pages AND YOU'RE STILL TALKING ABOUT VELVEETA. What gives?
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Guys. I've been gone for 10 pages AND YOU'RE STILL TALKING ABOUT VELVEETA. What gives?
Shouldn't have been gone 10 pages.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Ex Finn. Quote
Here: a re-take with healthy fruit added on...
Nice product placement!

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Shouldn't have been gone 10 pages.
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Velveeta, Bacon and a Brat.
You ate a little kid?! No matter how much of a brat it was, that's just not right!
03-14-2015, 06:41 AM   #15427
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Johnsonville original, pretty darn good for local.
Original Brats - Johnsonville.com
03-14-2015, 08:51 AM   #15428
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You ate a little kid?! No matter how much of a brat it was, that's just not right!
"You kids get off my lawn, OR ELSE!!!"

<grin>

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Guys. I've been gone for 10 pages AND YOU'RE STILL TALKING ABOUT VELVEETA. What gives?
Long Live Velveeta! We will never tire of Velveeta...never!

Regards!

Coming soon.....another delicious Wonder Food...as in "wonder what that is made of?"......Potted Meat! Absolutely delicious, and twice as delicious with Velveeta!
Lunch is only minutes away....I'll stir your appetites by posting a shot around 12 noon!
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Long Live Velveeta! We will never tire of Velveeta...never!
Velveeta. Perfect for those special occasions when the taste of real cheese just won't do.
THIS is cheese!
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Who would buy processed cheese spread if you could have this ...



... or this.



The first one (TÍte de Moine) is a Swiss cheese invented by monks over 800 years ago and one of the best things that ever touched my palate, the second one (ekte geitost) is a Norwegian caramelised goat cheese that's great on waffles (with cream and jam).

When it comes to cheese, please leave it to us Europeans

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QuoteOriginally posted by FantasticMrFox Quote
Originally posted by Ex Finn. Quote Velveeta, Bacon and a Brat.]

[ You ate a little kid?! No matter how much of a brat it was, that's just not right!
Heck, I ran out to see if my Brat was still in the driveway!
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QuoteOriginally posted by Ex Finn. Quote
Johnsonville original, pretty darn good for local.
Original Brats - Johnsonville.com
The cheese filled ones are great.
03-14-2015, 11:00 AM   #15434
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Who would buy processed cheese spread if you could have this ...
Sufficient wine from that nice goblet in the back and your cheese palate would be satisfied Casu marzu. (A sheep cheese popular on the Italian island of Sardinia. The name means "rotten cheese" or, as it is known colloquially, "maggot cheese," since it is literally riddled with live insect larvae.)
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Nope...you guys are off base! Here is the Ultimate Noontime meal! Quick and easy, and a delight to the taste!



Makes your mouth water, doesn't it!

You can tell by the sheen on the Velveeta that it is the genuine stuff!


The ingredients in the Potted Meat are secret, but if you have a strong enough magnifier, you can find them hidden on the back of the can!

*Mechanically separated chicken (We all love chicken!)
*Partially defatted pork fat tissue (Glad they left some of the fat from the fat! )
*Mustard, Vinegar, Garlic powder (Spices are good!)
*Sodium Nitrite (?must be some sort of vitamin?)
*Parts of unknown parts ( They keep some parts a secret!)

Best of all is the nutrition! You get 12 g of protein out of that tiny can! Amazing, isn't it!
Along with 15g of fat, 950mg of salt, zero trans fat,...and best of all...Zero carbs!

This stuff is healthier than a fruit salad and dirt cheap! I got 3 cans for a $$ last week...I may start living off this delicious stuff if I can keep the Velveeta well stocked!


Try it, you won't be sorry....I guarantee!

Regards!
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