I love this cheese. My local stores only get it in occasionally, but I check EVERY SINGLE TIME.
I prefer a two-ingredient chili-cheese dip: Stick with the Hormel (agreed 100% on the Turkey No Beans), but I used an entire block or two of Velveeta. Sometimes i will add a diced onion, but not necessary.
Would just like to add that not only is this a perfect dip, but it is also an excellent topping for potato skins. I know this for truth.
I’ve always loved this dip. My mom used to make it once in awhile growing up for the super bowl or other shit food eating festivities. The only difference is she put all of the ingredients in a sauce pan on low, and cooked everything together. I still prefer it that way to this day.
My wife and I are trying to go cheap and super easy to prep for our Super Bowl fixings this year as our life is too insane to want to plan a meaningful spread on a Sunday night right now, so this recipe is perfect!
Okay. Wait. I do not enjoy white chocolate. It’s both a taste and a texture thing for me, creamy wax is not my jam. So I have for years avoided anything that looked like the above. Including those fucking Oreos. And most peppermint bark! Have I screwed myself out of years of treats?
As someone who loves Heat but has too many podcasts to listen to already, this is a rough day.
My mom’s little stroke of genius, the Black Friday meal invites family and friends to head over after any potential shopping sprees for a lazy, casual afternoon complete with platters of reheated leftovers and as-yet-unsliced desserts.
There’s literally no amount of money I wouldn’t spend to just have one more Thanksgiving at my grandmother’s house. She hosted 40+ years of Thanksgiving; I’m 48 years old, and to this day, when you say Thanksgiving, I think of Grandma’s house:
You just brought back the Turkey day of my husband’s and my youth—we both came from large families (me, family of 6, him 7) and adding in grandparents and numerous extended families, three tables sounds about right. The siblings on both sides are dispersed throughout the county and its been a long time since we’ve had…
don’t forget that the unheated garage is a giant freezer for the slushy and the pies. it is probably colder than your actual freezer. Green bean casserole is a must and your stash of cleaned and stacked kool-whip containers from last year are the take home tupperware for the younger guests that have not saved up for…
Anyone who can estimate the overall caloric intake deserves the Nobel Prize.
You are making me nostalgic (except for the chocolate dessert thing—we always had pumpkin and fruit pies).
Try some Panda brand!! I’m from Nordic stock, but I guess it shows that I was born in Canada because I don’t fuck with the salty shit. Panda brand though, mmm mmm. Sweet, chewy, molasses-y. There are also other flavours besides the classic plain black licorice and all of them are good.
Limetown is coming back!
Thanks for bringing my attention to this. This sounds good enough to break my “no podcasts” rule!
No Podmass this week? I wanted to say that your Dream Date Teen Creeps episode was really good. I remember reading it when I was young but almost none of the actual details other than the cover.....
Ever After includes one of the coldest responses ever given by a mother-figure. In response to Danielle’s question as to whether she ever loved her, the stepmother responds, “how does one love a pebble in one’s shoe?” That scene and that line delivery is so vivid in my mind. Houston just nailed it. This is one of my…
THANK YOU for including Smarties. I grew up poor and really LOVED SweetTarts but only got them about once every 2 weeks. But Smarties--somehow always available, always at school. Damn I loved that chalky goodness. And yes, the weird flavours--whatever they were, I believed in them--would disintegrate and it was FUN.…