August 21st, 2005
|02:51 pm - WHAT THE FUDGE|
Remember a few laughs ago when I said Velveeta was obscene? Well, here's proof. If Ed Herlihy weren't dead already, this would've killed him.
Oh, and I like what the webpage also tells me:
YOU MAY ALSO ENJOY I don't need permission to do so! I hate macaroons. Especially macaroons with registered trademarks in their names. Way to be 0 for 2 there, Kraft. If anybody needs me, I'll be quietly dry heaving over in the corner.
BAKER'S® ONE BOWL Macaroons
NO IT DIDN'T HAPPEN
I DON'T CARE WHAT YOU SAW
IT DIDN'T HAPPEN
What? You mean we never saw the words VELVEETA FUDGE together in that order? By all that is cacao, I thank you.
|Date:||August 21st, 2005 07:33 pm (UTC)|| |
"Velveeta fudge" sounds like a euphemism for something highly unsavory, but I'm not sure what.
|Date:||August 21st, 2005 07:43 pm (UTC)|| |
Yeah, I think I'd need a hell of a lot more than one bowl to get behind those macaroons.
oh gag me. i think i'm going to go try it.
I, too, have a perverse need to try the recipe. Why? I'd ask my therapist if I had one.
At least the macaroons have no velveeta in them.
I know you're stealthily munching a reduced fat pasteurized prepared cheese product sandwich right now. I know it.
Actually I have yet to eat anything today. THIS IS THE MAIN REASON WHY.
I love macaroons, but only when they're covered in chocolate. The site says if I like macaroons, then I might like asian chicken with peanut slaw. This seems like a much bigger jump than velveeta confections to macaroons. On the other hand, coconut and chicken are both foods. hmm
|Date:||August 22nd, 2005 12:41 am (UTC)|| |
Are you from one of them middle states? ;o)
|Date:||August 22nd, 2005 02:27 am (UTC)|| |
Re: HICK CHEESE!
Cojack is the best cheese!
HUSH UR MOUTH, JESUS ATE VELVEETA
Note, the ingredient list calls for 32oz of sugar and two sticks of butter. With two pounds of sugar, you could probably make fudge out of latex paint and still manage pass it off to the unsuspecting stoners salivating at that recipe.
You've never heard of Velveeta fudge?
Dude, when I was in high school in ... the mid-late 80's I listened to the Paul & Phil show on my morning commute (I lived in the sticks). One morning, the guys were out on the K Street Mall in Sacramento, offering their "homemade" fudge to innocent passers-by. After recording their inital (usually favorable) reaction, they divulged the "secret ingredient."
The reactions were priceless.
These are the same pair who brought to radio the "Pay Phone Challenge," featuring cash rewards for such daring deeds as Lime Jell-O Wading in wintertime, singing the National Anthem over a bullhorn in the airport, and other noble pursuits.
They also organized "Car Phone Dating" during the same era, encouraging folks to hit on people in adjacent cars during their morning commute.
Man, I miss that show.
|Date:||August 22nd, 2005 03:53 pm (UTC)|| |
Paula Deen made it on her cooking show on Food Network.
|Date:||August 22nd, 2005 06:26 pm (UTC)|| |
You orta get yourself over to the Michigan State University's Dairy Store and order you some chocolate cheese
. It's perfectly appropriate to mix chocolate with real honest-to-god cheese and tastes fantastic. Velveeta is only meant for combining with canned meat chili to make chili con queso dip.
You can also order cheese- and milk-related items from the MSU Dairy Club
, but be aware that their cheese shaped like Michigan's Upper and Lower Peninsulae are not geographically accurate.