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02-15-2016, 01:44 PM   #23611
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Well, you are fortunate - and welcome to any and all Velveeta in the general vicinity.

Fortunately for LI people, there's this stuff, made with soy milk: (let the debate whether "pasteurized process cheese food alternative" is "cheese" begin!)

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MMMMMMM. Cheddar Flavor Shreds!!
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" Melts & Stretches " ...

So does window chalking.

02-15-2016, 03:40 PM   #23614
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QuoteOriginally posted by MarkJerling Quote
No velveeta here, but I did promise some time back to post photos of our Weber bbq's. Here's both the 57cm (22.5 inch) kettle and the camping version, the "Go Anywhere grill".
Nice Master Touch and GA Mark.
Sausage looks good too!
I had a Weber Ranch kettle for a few years, it was too big for my needs so I sold it, lots of fun to cook on.



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QuoteOriginally posted by Jean Poitiers Quote
So does window chalking.


Haha, your fine can 'o cheese doesn't even have the opening tab ring removed!
Ask me how I know.
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Four different kinds of 100% cheese and corn bread on one table, how is that even possible?

Must have been taken in the twilight zone.



4x 100% these make 400% on one cutting board. Meanwhile a jar of Cheese Wiz and a jar of Velveeta and you have 100% cheese, spread over two jars ( and possibly some toast.)
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QuoteOriginally posted by Racer X 69 Quote
The next photo was in Iowa, where the limit is 70.
Boy does that landscape look familiar!
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QuoteOriginally posted by robtcorl Quote
Haha, your fine can 'o cheese doesn't even have the opening tab ring removed! Ask me how I know.
EASY CHEESE!! Yum!! I love that stuff!!

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QuoteOriginally posted by normhead Quote
Four different kinds of 100% cheese and corn bread on one table, how is that even possible?
Looks plenty good to me....Velveeta or not!

QuoteOriginally posted by Joel B Quote
EASY CHEESE!! Yum!! I love that stuff!!
Me too! Isn't it a shame it doesn't come in gallon size cans?

A Cheese report......

This Clancy's Cheese Melt from Aldis is much like Velveeta but it has a real cheddar flavor and melts perfectly. Had some grilled cheese sandwiches and they were delicious. Also dropped a big chunk in with some Aldis bean/bacon soup and it was some mighty fine eatin!!!



Regards!.....BTW -It was $3. cheaper than Velveeta for the same amount! Must have spent less on chemicals? It only has a shelf life of 75 years.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Rupert Quote
This Clancy's Cheese Melt from Aldis is much like Velveeta but it has a real cheddar flavor
And a third less fat than cheddar!
Got to get me some!
02-15-2016, 04:44 PM   #23621
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QuoteOriginally posted by robtcorl Quote
And a third less fat than cheddar!
Got to get me some!
You won't be sorry! Stay away from that Cheese Dip....highly addictive stuff. I'm in treatment/ counseling to get off it but eat more than ever just thinking of having to give it up.

The Cheese Salsa is excellent on enchiladas, even Mrs Rupert approves of it. Probably good on hot dogs too, but I haven't tried it yet. Gonna try it on some scrambled eggs tonight.....Bacon, biscuits, scrambled eggs with that melted Clancy's Cheese and blueberry waffles....peppered gravy for the biscuits...damn, makes me hungrier than I already am!
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Speaking of biscuits. ..
I love biscuits. One of my cats does too, particularly Pillsbury Grands.
Last night we had some Pillsbury Grands blueberry biscuits. Delicious!
I don't know yet whether Ole (my cat) likes that variety.
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Right now I'm sitting here typing an e-mail to my cousin and his fiancée explaining that due to my studies I won't be able to attend their wedding in September

They live in upstate New York, and I was really looking forward to visit that fine country of yours. Taking some landscape photographs in national parks, maybe try some of that artificial cheese-like stuff that is being heavily advertised on this thread ...
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QuoteOriginally posted by robtcorl Quote
And a third less fat than cheddar!
Got to get me some!
Practically health food.... and that is the one thing that slows me down with cheese, it all has family high sodium and cholesterol levels. I compensate by slicing it thinner.
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QuoteOriginally posted by FantasticMrFox Quote
cheese-like stuff that is being heavily advertised on this thread ...

(light dawns...)THAT'S why Rupert carries on about it! He is paid to advertise it!
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