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Old 03-22-2007, 04:18 PM   #176
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(2nd favorite is the Cheesy Hashbrowns.. only I use Jimmy Dean Maple Sausage instead, and use the mix to make breastfast burritos.)

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Old 03-23-2007, 07:22 AM   #177
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There are lots of chicken and tofu and fish alternatives, but I actually am one of those people who never really cared for chicken.
Speaking of alternatives (I was actually about to post this anyway!), there is a fake teriyaki beef jerky that I have recently become enamored with. It's called Stonewall's Jerquee. It has the tender-pulls-apart-like-beef texture down... frankly, I like it better than most real beef jerky that I've encountered. And I just ordered a fricken' box of this stuff. lol YAY! Who knew I would start to like soy products so much? Crazy.
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Old 03-23-2007, 07:24 AM   #178
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Speaking of alternatives (I was actually about to post this anyway!), there is a fake teriyaki beef jerky that I have recently become enamored with. It's called Stonewall's Jerquee. It has the tender-pulls-apart-like-beef texture down... frankly, I like it better than most real beef jerky that I've encountered. And I just ordered a fricken' box of this stuff. lol YAY! Who knew I would start to like soy products so much? Crazy.
I always wondered if that stuff was any good! They have some at the Co-Op we shop at, I am going to have to pick some up.
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Old 03-23-2007, 01:06 PM   #179
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Old 03-23-2007, 01:17 PM   #180
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I am home alone right now, and so to pass time I am surfing Dims...and eating Good Humor bars. Oh and I just realized there's only one bar left.



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Old 03-23-2007, 08:16 PM   #181
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I always wondered if that stuff was any good! They have some at the Co-Op we shop at, I am going to have to pick some up.
Ah ha ha ha! I got mine at a Co-op in Ithaca NY. Is it Good Foods Market and Cafe? If so, our Co-ops are affiliated, or so says the newsletter. That's so cool.
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Ah ha ha ha! I got mine at a Co-op in Ithaca NY. Is it Good Foods Market and Cafe? If so, our Co-ops are affiliated, or so says the newsletter. That's so cool.
Yup...it is within walking distance from my house! *humming* it's a small world after all*
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Old 03-24-2007, 09:01 AM   #183
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I found this cookbook today, and I've been reading over the tamale recipes.... I'm think I'm going to need some corn husks.

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I'm being told, in a recipe, to steam the tamales. But I don't have a steamer. Are the wooden steamers shown on the try recently thread by Cactopus the way to go?
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I'm being told, in a recipe, to steam the tamales. But I don't have a steamer. Are the wooden steamers shown on the try recently thread by Cactopus the way to go?
Do you have a metal strainer for pasta? I've made tamales like this, with the strainer sitting above boiling water in a deep pan.
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Do you have a metal strainer for pasta? I've made tamales like this, with the strainer sitting above boiling water in a deep pan.
I think I do. *goes to look* Yep, I have one, but I haven't used it since I have a BIG collander. But yeah, your idea will work. Thanks!
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Misty just PM'd me the makings of a wonderful steak dinner, and now I've got the grumblies.
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Are they serious? Cheesecake filling that I can use as a dip?

My brother, who rents my basement and uses the same fridge as me, brought home a tub of this stuff..which is supposed to be spooned into a pie crust.

But, holy carp! I could dip in brownies or cookies or top it with strawberries and get a big spoon!

I will resist for now, but that tub better be gone by the time I get a sweet craving again.
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Are they serious? Cheesecake filling that I can use as a dip?

My brother, who rents my basement and uses the same fridge as me, brought home a tub of this stuff..which is supposed to be spooned into a pie crust.

But, holy carp! I could dip in brownies or cookies or top it with strawberries and get a big spoon!

I will resist for now, but that tub better be gone by the time I get a sweet craving again.
Use these:
I hear they have them in chocolate too. The strawberries are delicious with it. There's just so much one could use it for.
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It's EVERYWHERE in Buffalo. I think it's on sale at Wegmans this week, actually.
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Maaaaaaan... you'd think they'd at least have it at Wegman's in Binghamton or Ithaca. That's not right. lol
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Don't have to ask me twice..*going for it*

Ok..I must say I'm a bit disappointed. It was WAY too cheesy and not as sweet as cheesecake filling should be. It looks like I was getting my hopes up for nothing..unless it's really good with the graham crackers or in a pie crust.
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Ok..I must say I'm a bit disappointed. It was WAY too cheesy and not as sweet as cheesecake filling should be. It looks like I was getting my hopes up for nothing..unless it's really good with the graham crackers or in a pie crust.
Is it supposed to be baked?
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No, it says Ready To Eat.
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No, it says Ready To Eat.
hmm...then I am bummed. It sounded like the perfect food!
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hmm...then I am bummed. It sounded like the perfect food!
To me it tasted like taking a spoonful of the cheese off of the top of a cheese danish and eating it.

I, too, am bummed. I think though, with the right combo of maybe some caramel, chocolate swirl and thick graham crust..it may be good. But, that's stretching it for no reason other than to justify the sheer thought of cheesecake filling in a tub. :P
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I was very disappointed as well. Strange texture..and well just strange. Maybe it is because it is just too much. It was good the first couple of times with a lot of berries, but then it just got to be strange.
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