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  1. #1
    Felice Guest

    Default So WTF is "Cooking Creme"?

    I'm not a coupon shopper (we'll take that up another day) but I spotted one
    in today's paper for "Cooking Creme". It's made by Kraft, and comes in a
    cream cheese-type of tub in several flavors. Apparently it's a sauce to add
    to your skillet dinner.

    Garbahj!

    Felice






  2. #2
    Bryan Guest

    Default Re: So WTF is "Cooking Creme"?

    On Mar 6, 10:50*am, "Felice" <fri...@comcast.net> wrote:
    > I'm not a coupon shopper (we'll take that up another day) but I spotted one
    > in today's paper for "Cooking Creme". It's made by Kraft, and comes in a
    > cream cheese-type of tub in several flavors. Apparently it's a sauce to add
    > to your skillet dinner.


    http://www.kraftbrands.com/philly/pr...#cooking-creme
    >
    > Garbahj!


    Indeed.
    >
    > Felice


    --Bryan

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    Serene Vannoy Guest

    Default Re: So WTF is "Cooking Creme"?

    On 03/06/2011 08:50 AM, Felice wrote:
    > I'm not a coupon shopper (we'll take that up another day) but I spotted one
    > in today's paper for "Cooking Creme". It's made by Kraft, and comes in a
    > cream cheese-type of tub in several flavors. Apparently it's a sauce to add
    > to your skillet dinner.


    It's like soft cream cheese. The company sent me a bunch for free
    because I'm a food blogger. I won't be blogging about it, and that's
    all I'm gonna say about that.

    Serene

    --
    http://www.momfoodproject.com

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    Kalmia Guest

    Default Re: So WTF is "Cooking Creme"?

    On Mar 6, 11:50*am, "Felice" <fri...@comcast.net> wrote:
    > I'm not a coupon shopper (we'll take that up another day) but I spotted one
    > in today's paper for "Cooking Creme". It's made by Kraft, and comes in a
    > cream cheese-type of tub in several flavors. Apparently it's a sauce to add
    > to your skillet dinner.
    >
    > Garbahj!
    >
    > Felice


    One more sodium laden, fat laden item for wannabe gourmet cooks, is my
    guess. And I bet the homemade version can be had at half the price.

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    Brooklyn1 Guest

    Default Re: So WTF is "Cooking Creme"?

    Kalmia <[email protected]> wrote:

    >On Mar 6, 11:50*am, "Felice" <fri...@comcast.net> wrote:
    >> I'm not a coupon shopper (we'll take that up another day) but I spotted one
    >> in today's paper for "Cooking Creme". It's made by Kraft, and comes in a
    >> cream cheese-type of tub in several flavors. Apparently it's a sauce.

    >
    >One more sodium laden, fat laden item for wannabe gourmet cooks, is my
    >guess. And I bet the homemade version can be had at half the price.


    FREE... all natural and much more fun!

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    George Guest

    Default Re: So WTF is "Cooking Creme"?

    On 3/6/2011 11:50 AM, Felice wrote:
    > I'm not a coupon shopper (we'll take that up another day) but I spotted one
    > in today's paper for "Cooking Creme". It's made by Kraft, and comes in a
    > cream cheese-type of tub in several flavors. Apparently it's a sauce to add
    > to your skillet dinner.
    >
    > Garbahj!
    >
    > Felice
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >

    Amazing, I always thought the secret to making every dish "molto buono"
    (per kraft marketing) was to use real ingredients not some industrial
    flavoring glop...

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    sf Guest

    Default Re: So WTF is "Cooking Creme"?

    On Sun, 6 Mar 2011 11:50:12 -0500, "Felice" <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    > I'm not a coupon shopper (we'll take that up another day) but I spotted one
    > in today's paper for "Cooking Creme". It's made by Kraft, and comes in a
    > cream cheese-type of tub in several flavors. Apparently it's a sauce to add
    > to your skillet dinner.
    >
    > Garbahj!
    >

    Everyone tries to come up with the next PostIt. I saw a commercial
    for it the other day, but it just sounded to me like they were filling
    a need that doesn't exist. Looks like flavored cream cheese that you
    stir into something hot to create a sauce. It's another I-don't-cook
    thing where they've done it for you. I don't use cream cheese for
    sauces, so I wasn't interested in the product.

    What I have two flavors of sitting in the refrigerator is that
    seasoned butter, but I'm so used to doing my own flavoring I keep
    forgetting I have them so they've only been used once.

    --

    Today's mighty oak is just yesterday's nut that held its ground.

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    Felice Guest

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    "Serene Vannoy" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > On 03/06/2011 08:50 AM, Felice wrote:
    >> I'm not a coupon shopper (we'll take that up another day) but I spotted
    >> one
    >> in today's paper for "Cooking Creme". It's made by Kraft, and comes in a
    >> cream cheese-type of tub in several flavors. Apparently it's a sauce to
    >> add
    >> to your skillet dinner.

    >
    > It's like soft cream cheese. The company sent me a bunch for free because
    > I'm a food blogger. I won't be blogging about it, and that's all I'm
    > gonna say about that.
    >
    > Serene


    That's all you NEED to say!

    Felice



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    John Kuthe Guest

    Default Re: So WTF is "Cooking Creme"?

    On Mar 6, 10:50*am, "Felice" <fri...@comcast.net> wrote:
    > I'm not a coupon shopper (we'll take that up another day) but I spotted one
    > in today's paper for "Cooking Creme". It's made by Kraft, and comes in a
    > cream cheese-type of tub in several flavors. Apparently it's a sauce to add
    > to your skillet dinner.
    >
    > Garbahj!
    >
    > Felice


    Scary!!

    John Kuthe...

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    Goomba Guest

    Default Re: So WTF is "Cooking Creme"?

    Felice wrote:
    > I'm not a coupon shopper (we'll take that up another day) but I spotted one
    > in today's paper for "Cooking Creme". It's made by Kraft, and comes in a
    > cream cheese-type of tub in several flavors. Apparently it's a sauce to add
    > to your skillet dinner.


    I wonder if it is supposed to be like creme fraiche ?

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    Terry Pulliam Burd Guest

    Default Re: So WTF is "Cooking Creme"?

    On Sun, 06 Mar 2011 11:40:58 -0800, sf <[email protected]> arranged
    random neurons and said:

    >Everyone tries to come up with the next PostIt. I saw a commercial
    >for it the other day, but it just sounded to me like they were filling
    >a need that doesn't exist.


    <snip>

    Love the "PostIt" comment, sf.

    Koko and I were roaming the aisles of Sur le Table yesterday and
    laughing at some of the ridiculous gadgets, not that I'm immune to
    buying ridiculous gadgets. I know Paul Deen touts onion goggles, but
    really? Really? I wish I'd been taking notes for this post. My short
    term memory seems to be on vacation at the moment, but there were
    several instances where Koko and I were head shaking and wondering who
    would buy, for instance, a very one-project specific-step item that
    could be adequately done with a knife (no, Koko, I'm not talking about
    the garnishing tool you bought

    Terry "Squeaks" Pulliam Burd

    --

    To reply, remove "spambot" and replace it with "cox"

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    Felice Guest

    Default Re: So WTF is "Cooking Creme"?


    "Goomba" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > Felice wrote:
    >> I'm not a coupon shopper (we'll take that up another day) but I spotted
    >> one in today's paper for "Cooking Creme". It's made by Kraft, and comes
    >> in a cream cheese-type of tub in several flavors. Apparently it's a sauce
    >> to add to your skillet dinner.

    >
    > I wonder if it is supposed to be like creme fraiche ?


    Well, it comes in Santa Fe blend, Savory Garlic and Original, so I'll leave
    it at that!

    Felice



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    Bryan Guest

    Default Re: So WTF is "Cooking Creme"?

    On Mar 6, 12:33*pm, George <geo...@nospam.invalid> wrote:
    > On 3/6/2011 11:50 AM, Felice wrote:> I'm not a coupon shopper (we'll takethat up another day) but I spotted one
    > > in today's paper for "Cooking Creme". It's made by Kraft, and comes in a
    > > cream cheese-type of tub in several flavors. Apparently it's a sauce toadd
    > > to your skillet dinner.

    >
    > > Garbahj!

    >
    > > Felice

    >
    > Amazing, I always thought the secret to making every dish "molto buono"
    > (per kraft marketing) was to use real ingredients not some industrial
    > flavoring glop...


    Here are the glop's ingredients:

    "Ingredients: Mike [sic], water, cream, maltodextrin (tapioca),
    thickener (1450, from maize), salt, vegetable gums (410, 415, 466),
    gelatine, emulsifier (472e), acidity regulator (339), preservative
    (200), starter culture, enzymes, 30% milk solids."
    source-- http://www.philadelphiacreamcheese.c...am-cheese.aspx

    --Bryan

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    Pete C. Guest

    Default Re: So WTF is "Cooking Creme"?


    Felice wrote:
    >
    > "Goomba" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]..
    > > Felice wrote:
    > >> I'm not a coupon shopper (we'll take that up another day) but I spotted
    > >> one in today's paper for "Cooking Creme". It's made by Kraft, and comes
    > >> in a cream cheese-type of tub in several flavors. Apparently it's a sauce
    > >> to add to your skillet dinner.

    > >
    > > I wonder if it is supposed to be like creme fraiche ?

    >
    > Well, it comes in Santa Fe blend, Savory Garlic and Original, so I'll leave
    > it at that!


    It sounds like combined with hot macaroni it would be a step above box
    mac and cheese, but far below homemade mac and cheese.

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    Ed Pawlowski Guest

    Default Re: So WTF is "Cooking Creme"?


    "Bryan" <[email protected]> wrote
    >
    > Here are the glop's ingredients:
    >
    > "Ingredients: Mike [sic], water, cream, maltodextrin (tapioca),
    > thickener (1450, from maize), salt, vegetable gums (410, 415, 466),
    > gelatine, emulsifier (472e), acidity regulator (339), preservative
    > (200), starter culture, enzymes, 30% milk solids."
    > source--
    > http://www.philadelphiacreamcheese.c...am-cheese.aspx
    >
    > --Bryan


    They use Mike? He's been missing and now we know where he is. Ground up
    into a cheese spread. This is the Australian web site. Do they still allow
    cannibalism down there?


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    Bryan Guest

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    On Mar 6, 4:49*pm, "Ed Pawlowski" <e...@snetnospam.net> wrote:
    > "Bryan" <bryangsimm...@gmail.com> wrote
    >
    >
    >
    > > Here are the glop's ingredients:

    >
    > > "Ingredients: Mike [sic], water, cream, maltodextrin (tapioca),
    > > thickener (1450, from maize), salt, vegetable gums (410, 415, 466),
    > > gelatine, emulsifier (472e), acidity regulator (339), preservative
    > > (200), starter culture, enzymes, 30% milk solids."
    > > * * source-- *
    > >http://www.philadelphiacreamcheese.c...am-cheese.aspx

    >
    > > --Bryan

    >
    > They use Mike? *He's been missing and now we know where he is. *Ground up
    > into a cheese spread. * This is the Australian web site. Do they still allow
    > cannibalism down there?


    The Mexican version uses Raoul instead of Mike.

    --Bryan

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    Sqwertz Guest

    Default Re: So WTF is "Cooking Creme"?

    On Sun, 6 Mar 2011 11:50:12 -0500, Felice wrote:

    > I'm not a coupon shopper (we'll take that up another day) but I spotted one
    > in today's paper for "Cooking Creme". It's made by Kraft, and comes in a
    > cream cheese-type of tub in several flavors. Apparently it's a sauce to add
    > to your skillet dinner.


    I saw them at Walmart. Enough said.

    -sw

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    Felice Guest

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    "Bryan" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]...
    On Mar 6, 12:33 pm, George <geo...@nospam.invalid> wrote:
    > On 3/6/2011 11:50 AM, Felice wrote:> I'm not a coupon shopper (we'll take
    > that up another day) but I spotted one
    > > in today's paper for "Cooking Creme". It's made by Kraft, and comes in a
    > > cream cheese-type of tub in several flavors. Apparently it's a sauce to
    > > add
    > > to your skillet dinner.

    >
    > > Garbahj!

    >
    > > Felice

    >
    > Amazing, I always thought the secret to making every dish "molto buono"
    > (per kraft marketing) was to use real ingredients not some industrial
    > flavoring glop...


    Here are the glop's ingredients:

    "Ingredients: Mike [sic], water, cream, maltodextrin (tapioca),
    thickener (1450, from maize), salt, vegetable gums (410, 415, 466),
    gelatine, emulsifier (472e), acidity regulator (339), preservative
    (200), starter culture, enzymes, 30% milk solids."
    source--
    http://www.philadelphiacreamcheese.c...am-cheese.aspx

    --Bryan

    Now that's scary. With apologies to DuPont's "better living through
    chemistry", Kraft seems to believe in "better dining through chemistry".

    Felice





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    Felice Guest

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    "Pete C." <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:4d740cc4$0$6378$[email protected] ter.com...
    >
    > Felice wrote:
    >>
    >> "Goomba" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >> news:[email protected]..
    >> > Felice wrote:
    >> >> I'm not a coupon shopper (we'll take that up another day) but I
    >> >> spotted
    >> >> one in today's paper for "Cooking Creme". It's made by Kraft, and
    >> >> comes
    >> >> in a cream cheese-type of tub in several flavors. Apparently it's a
    >> >> sauce
    >> >> to add to your skillet dinner.
    >> >
    >> > I wonder if it is supposed to be like creme fraiche ?

    >>
    >> Well, it comes in Santa Fe blend, Savory Garlic and Original, so I'll
    >> leave
    >> it at that!

    >
    > It sounds like combined with hot macaroni it would be a step above box
    > mac and cheese, but far below homemade mac and cheese.


    I'm going to be busy the night you serve that.

    Felice



  20. #20
    Gorio Guest

    Default Re: So WTF is "Cooking Creme"?


    'John Kuthe[_3_ Wrote:
    > ;1588933']On Mar 6, 10:50*am, "Felice" fri...@comcast.net wrote:-
    > I'm not a coupon shopper (we'll take that up another day) but I spotted
    > one
    > in today's paper for "Cooking Creme". It's made by Kraft, and comes in
    > a
    > cream cheese-type of tub in several flavors. Apparently it's a sauce to
    > add
    > to your skillet dinner.
    >
    > Garbahj!
    >
    > Felice-
    >
    > Scary!!
    >
    > John Kuthe...


    Sounds like "guacamole dip." Shmit 'er git off the pot!!




    --
    Gorio

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