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1 minute ago, CECAA850 said:

That chunky milk ad was good.

She has cottage cheese and apple sauce on the same plate, I said just let them collide and try them out.

I can see where some don't like the chunky cheese, I didn't like it as a kid, just by looks alone.

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21 minutes ago, CECAA850 said:

I can't do cottage cheese period.

We call it fromage cottage (we also call it maize).

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6 hours ago, Ceptorman said:
8 hours ago, Max2 said:

You guys need to try  some on a PB&J Burger.  If you haven't tried one, well you need to cause I know you guys have tried everything else out there :)  Seriously, just get past the thought and do it.

Last summer I was at a pub/restaurant in Fort Recovery Ohio, I forget the name. The owner waited on us, and I said I would have a bacon cheeseburger. He mentioned a burger with a peanut butter and jalapeño paste that he makes. I tried it and I loved it. Since then, I noticed a local pub has a Dragon Burger (New Palestine High School Dragons) it just has peanut butter applied to the bun, it has more of peanut butter flavor but still very tasty. Sometimes an added flavor to our normal offering sounds odd, but can be good.

Finally! Something on the internet that sounds gross as hell that I now want to try... Awesome  two people gives it a thumbs up. :)

{Note: Shouted down to my wife and she said this will be a solo endeavor.}

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9 hours ago, Zen Traveler said:

Finally! Something on the internet that sounds gross as hell that I now want to try... Awesome  two people gives it a thumbs up. :)

{Note: Shouted down to my wife and she said this will be a solo endeavor.}

I will say that I liked the paste style better than just peanut butter applied to the bun. 

The chef made the paste by melting a small amount of butter in a pan, then added peanut butter and diced up jalapeños. I have not tried to make this at home, but now I think I'll give it a shot. I wonder what else it might taste good on?

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