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 ~softEDGE~
Joined: 6/12/2005
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just for az...
i recall a book out years back with the same title.
here's a home for all to post the stuff i am most afraid of.
with ingredients like velveeta, or any other fake cheese product.
c'mon folks, it's for you...
have at it.

az can post his bologna sandwich thing.
i dare not call it a recipe.
 Frrosty
Joined: 3/21/2004
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Posted: 11/12/2005 10:48:25 PM
garbage can turkey.

nothin better....no way.
 azblueskies57
Joined: 7/2/2005
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Posted: 11/13/2005 4:28:43 AM
You guys crack me up. But I am staying away. We have already insulted that 23 year old girl who loves cheez whiz. And everyone here has made a box of mac and cheese except me.
 ~softEDGE~
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Posted: 11/13/2005 10:07:17 AM
my friends love me now,
doubtfully, they would seriosuly wonder if i were ok if i tried to serve them the above.
what exactly does one DO with velveeta and horseradish?

a plastic cheese taste and hot nostril flaring radish?
sounds kinky.
 ~softEDGE~
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Posted: 11/13/2005 2:48:09 PM
now it's snobby to dislike fake cheese? wow.
i won't try to change your mind if ya don't try to tell me what to like.
and continue to think i am a snob, if it pleases you.

IF you've had real cheese you'd perhaps understand.
i've tried velveeta, and had no issue with it, as a child.
but now i prefer real cheese, i've grown up and can't help it.

but, honest to God real cheese, as in say, a true mozerella...
well, if you tried IT you may too change your way of thinking...
it's nothing like the rubbery plasticy cheese product sold in stores commonly as mozerella.
it's really a beautiful, creamy blob of sweet pure real cheese with the consistancy of well, thinner than cream cheese, but thicker than whipped cream.
kinda like creme fraiche?
it's something to sigh over and eat with fresh mixed berries.
or stir into scrambled eggs with fresh herbs.
or plop onto any italian tomato based sauce.

with so many beautiful cheeses readily available everywhere to choose from
i think it's almost funny to be considered a snob for disliking the fake stuff.
i'm not much of a cracker fan either, so i guess my preference for bread slices
from a baugette or good brown bread only serves to prove my snobbishness, lol...
pate, real cheese, salmon, etc. deserves better than a cracker.

***edit***
but then i forget, we ARE in the white trash thread,
so i apologise to anyone that enjoys velveeta.
please post with knowing i will do my best to refrain from making "yuck" comments.
 azblueskies57
Joined: 7/2/2005
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Posted: 11/13/2005 2:57:36 PM
Some here will try and never admit it. But yeah, that is well, trash.
 ~softEDGE~
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Posted: 11/13/2005 3:13:19 PM
will this work?
it IS similiar...

spicy crab dip

16 oz room temp cream cheese
1 lb crabmeat; fresh or 16 oz canned
16 oz bottle c*cktail sauce with horseradish
handful sliced celery hearts
3 sliced scallions

mash and whip the cream cheese to a smooth consistancy.
fold the crabmeat, c*cktail sauce, celery hearts together.
spoon the cream cheese onto a plate
then pour the crab mixture over the top, so it drips over the cheese.
sprinkle with scallions.

serve with bagel chips.
or toasted sourdough slices.
or CRACKERS.
 Frrosty
Joined: 3/21/2004
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Posted: 11/13/2005 5:09:38 PM
What ever happened to Mexican CHeese Whiz. That stiff was the BESTEST stuff!!
 ~softEDGE~
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Posted: 11/13/2005 5:13:34 PM
c'mon ffrosty,
surely you can post a recipe.
even it it DOES involve mexiwhiz.
biting my lower lip here...

let's see some more recipes, people.
please?
 ~softEDGE~
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Posted: 11/13/2005 5:36:05 PM
i DO feel badly that my dislike and outright fear of fake cheese products
and apparently more so the fact that i began this thread asking for velveeta recipes and then offended someone with my comments.

my intention was not to offend anyone here, and i am sorry for having done so.
please accept my apology for my attitude toward items you like.
sigh.
 Frrosty
Joined: 3/21/2004
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Posted: 11/13/2005 7:22:37 PM
pizza buns. ;)

deldante buns (kAisers), add spaghetti sauce, grated cheese, pepperonis or sausage, green peppers and or onions...broil..

;)

done.

cheap..easy..and tasty.
 Kid Wicked
Joined: 7/20/2005
Msg: 12
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Posted: 11/14/2005 12:32:34 AM
parmessen cheese in a cardboard tube.(it's not refridgerated!)

chef-boy-ardee

mr.noodles

hamburger helper

cheese whiz

hungery man dinners

fun dip
 azblueskies57
Joined: 7/2/2005
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Posted: 11/14/2005 5:45:33 AM
That is so horrible undercover. My friends would never eat that crap. And I would never serve it but this is the same recipe that other chef posted until everyone laughed at him and he never came back.
 azblueskies57
Joined: 7/2/2005
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Posted: 11/14/2005 7:26:57 AM
You know you are. But, this velveeta version or something like it has been around for a whole generation now.

BTW, Steve, in that other thread, I was talking about a town of 5 thousand is all.
 ~softEDGE~
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Posted: 11/14/2005 4:26:46 PM
but this is the same recipe that other chef posted until everyone laughed at him and he never came back.
umm, simmahdahnnah is female... 'n i hope she'll be back!


3-everyone's favorite, fried Balogna and eggs.
4-processed crab flavoured pollock and mayo sandwiches

3-everyone's favorite??!
4-would it still be white trash if it's real crab?!


 azblueskies57
Joined: 7/2/2005
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Posted: 11/14/2005 4:45:28 PM
No before that sorry
 azblueskies57
Joined: 7/2/2005
Msg: 17
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Posted: 11/15/2005 4:51:27 AM
So, how many are WT by this one? hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmHow come Foxworthy hasn't weighed in on this one?
 berrysweetncgurl
Joined: 8/2/2004
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Posted: 11/16/2005 2:40:59 AM
the lil c0cktail weenies in BBQ sauce that you eat out of the bowl with toothpicks, cream cheese balls made out of cream cheese and dried beef rolled up in a big ball served with some Ritz crackers, Pea Salad, Sausage Balls, Ham and Cheese and tater chip samiches, big fat messy chicken wings, Tater Tot casserole (lol you just gotta try it, and yes I use Velveeta in it!) Cheesy Dip that is made from Velveeta and fried hamburger meat mixed together, What is that stuff Canadians eat...gravy and french fries.....Oh yeah Poultine??
White Trash Food is what you make it....it usually consists of those "signature" dishes that are bound to show up at every family reunion and holiday dinner.
 azblueskies57
Joined: 7/2/2005
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Posted: 11/16/2005 3:06:34 AM
So, berry, do you consider yourself? You know all the dishes from use. You use velveeta and cheez whiz both. And admit to liking them. And no, we aren't likely to try.
 berrysweetncgurl
Joined: 8/2/2004
Msg: 20
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Posted: 11/16/2005 3:37:46 AM
I have tried all the above that I posted except for the Poultine...Im not a food snob. I eat what I like period!

And yes I am from the south, North Carolina at that so I do wind up eating some pretty redneck or in your words "white trash" foods

It doesnt matter what you eat as long as your belly gets full and you enjoyed it

I consider myself pretty food "savy" and still know about the "white trash" foods

Oh by the way you reminded me of my all time favorite "white trash" food

CheeZ Whiz Samiches on white bread

 azblueskies57
Joined: 7/2/2005
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Posted: 11/16/2005 6:21:57 AM
savvy? Way ahead of me then. WHen I was your age, I had already been to most of the contiguous states, europe eating and cooking through several countries and had already been head of my first kitchen, but I was just learning and even today, just still learning.
 KittyBratt
Joined: 9/10/2005
Msg: 22
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Posted: 11/16/2005 1:20:26 PM
simple and yummy :P >>> buy a roll of Owens Italian Sausage (the green label).. put it in a pan and cook it up.. add it to your favorite spaghetti sausage... mmmm its awesome. I also add it in pretty much any italian meal i make like manicotti or lasagna.
 finisheslast
Joined: 10/2/2005
Msg: 23
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Posted: 11/16/2005 7:50:27 PM
an r c cola and a moon pie
 berrysweetncgurl
Joined: 8/2/2004
Msg: 24
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Posted: 11/16/2005 10:06:51 PM
Yum Simple I have a different version of your sandwich, I take a big slice of ham and then take some Conrad & Hinkle Pimento Cheese (its made here in lexington..the best p. cheese you will ever have!) eat it on white bread with just a dap of mustard on it

This is a great sandwich I call a Slider because your ham is always sliding around with your Pimento Cheese....Its even better with some potato chips crushed on the sandwich

Oh yeah about the greens beans thing above ^^^ dont use shoe string potatoes...get the Cheddar Fried Onions that Durkee makes...it even has the recipe for this casserole on the back label...its really good, I am actually making it for a luncheon tommorow!
 KittyBratt
Joined: 9/10/2005
Msg: 25
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Posted: 11/18/2005 4:41:30 PM
woohoo!! someone posted fluffernutters!! right on! man i forgot about those. yum.
how bout them growin' up poor days as a child.. spaghetti noodles with butter N salt.. and hot dogs N beans with bbq sauce.. or County Fare Mac N cheese with hamburger meat (and u thought hamburger helper was bad.. thats like... the original crap! lol)
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