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11-22-2013, 03:50 PM   #841
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You know, that sounds really good, but Kraft makes Velveeta and they put their name on the product. How could anyone buy something that carries the name of the company that makes it?
Rule# 1 Never let hatred for evil corporate entity come between you and food!!
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You take a package of Mexican Velveeta and put it in a pan on the stove over low heat. Add 1 can of Rotel tomatoes. Heat until melted, stirring occasionally. Makes the best nachos in the world!!! Now that's outside the box!!
Good stuff!
BTW, since I've been following this thread I've started craving grilled cheese sandwiches. I wonder why...
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QuoteOriginally posted by TinaS Quote
Good stuff!
BTW, since I've been following this thread I've started craving grilled cheese sandwiches. I wonder why...
Yeah, me too. The Velveeta nachos got me thinking of my old "recipe" for a grilled cheese sammich with salsa and bacon bits.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Parallax Quote
You know, that sounds really good, but Kraft makes Velveeta and they put their name on the product. How could anyone buy something that carries the name of the company that makes it?
I agree, that would just be wrong. I personally would start a national boycott of such a company.

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Now my stomach is growling.
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QuoteOriginally posted by THoog Quote
Yeah, me too. The Velveeta nachos got me thinking of my old "recipe" for a grilled cheese sammich with salsa and bacon bits.
Anything with cheese and bacon has to be good!!
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Anything with cheese and bacon has to be good!!
Bacon-wrapped cheese? I'm sure they have that in Canadian supermarkets somewhere... I just have to look under stuff.
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Bacon-wrapped cheese?
Recipe for Grandma's Appetizers (Thursday!!):

Fry Bacon until CRISP
Drain
Break into 3" pieces
Wrap in Crescent Roll triangles
Bake until brown
Remove from oven
While still hot, top with a wedge of thinly sliced Cheddar

BOYS. BOYS!! One at a time!!!!

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Me too!
Get large jalapeņos, slice down one side & clean out the seeds. Stuff them with cheese, wrap in bacon, secure the bacon with a toothpick, & throw them on the grill.
Yum!
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A good way to cook up bacon for general purposes is: put parchment paper on baking sheet. lay bacon on the sheet and bake at 350F until it's the way you like it. Good for large quantities. We will keep a bag in the frig for special occasions.
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I almost agree with Joel. Spray the pan with a cooking spray for the first batch, bake 375, (18-22 minutes), when done immediately drain the juice and soak the pan with some dish machine soap for a few hours. The crud just floats away. Then bacon keeps in a zippy for up to a month in the Fridge. I never cook less than 3 pounds at a time.
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QuoteOriginally posted by panoguy Quote
"Are you trying to make me look stupid in front of the other guests?"
"You don't need any help from me, sir."

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QuoteOriginally posted by Colbyt Quote
I never cook less than 3 pounds at a time.
Now I'm hungry!!!
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I had 2 elk stakes... yum, yum...
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I had 2 elk stakes... yum, yum...
Never had elk. Anything like deer? I feed my children Bambi burgers, they love them!!
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