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03-15-2016, 09:20 PM   #24496
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Wanted a hot ham and toasted cheese sandwich for lunch.
Fresh out of Velveeta, so I sliced off some real, sharp, cheddar cheese, put it on the hot ham in the skillet, and it just sat there.
No melting, no smooth liquid gold texture, just boring old cheese.

Here's what the V can do for a portobella burger:
My wife and I aren't vegetarians, Rob, but enjoy mushroom burgers like that one - the portobello roasted upside down in an oven, brushed with garlic butter, rather than grilled

What's the layer immediately on top of the lower bun, though?

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What's the layer immediately on top of the lower bun, though?


A ground beef patty.
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FYI - Will we hear from the OP?

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QuoteOriginally posted by Racer X 69 Quote
A ground beef patty
clackers, he means a rissole
03-16-2016, 01:42 AM   #24501
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QuoteOriginally posted by Racer X 69 Quote
A ground beef patty.
Ah, okay ... we're happy minus the meat, with a steaky-textured mushroom.
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QuoteOriginally posted by rod_grant Quote
clackers, he means a rissole
Much obliged for the translation, Rod! I see you speak Junk Food fluently.
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QuoteOriginally posted by clackers Quote
What's the layer immediately on top of the lower bun, though?
This was a 2014 cook, had to go back and look at it un-smashed down.
top down:
mustard
pickles
onion
mushroom
cheese
beef burger
cheese
beef burger

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clackers, he means a rissole
A what-hole??

Oh.

Right.

Thanks, I'll pass.
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A what-hole??
I had to look it up...never heard of them. We don't have any around here but we do have something sort of similar. The pretty large Mexican population in my area makes and sells a lot of tamales.....beef, chicken, and a few other varieties. They are very delicious. There is a roadside seller near me that I know personally and they make for a good meal with some refried beans, genuine Spanish rice and a salad with a hint of cilantro. Wash it down with a good Mexican beer and you will not regret!
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Cilantro will always taste like Dawn dish soap to me.
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I smoked some more bacon yesterday.



And this morning had a bacon egg McBob with some real melty cheese like product.

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Cilantro will always taste like Dawn dish soap to me.
The key to cilantro is "hint" of flavor. Anything more will ruin everything else. I am not a cilantro fan, but a hint that makes you suspect it can be just right.
Same with chili powder...the only substance on earth that can give me heartburn. A little is great.....a lot is nauseating.

Some of those hot pepper sauces me and Jim love have unique and delicious flavors.....it's those flavors that make them so attractive. Blended with other herbs and spices......roasted garlic is a good one....you can get flavors you have never before experienced.

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QuoteOriginally posted by robtcorl Quote
And this morning had a bacon egg McBob with some real melty cheese like product.
Damn that looks delicious! Never seen a McBob on a menu, but it would sure be a big hit.

BTW- You don't have to be embarrassed to say "Velveeta" around here.....there are plenty of us that have got your back!

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