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    Pancakefest!

    Not only were the pancakes I made yesterday awesome, but I found this in the supermarket and it is seriously AMAZING!

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    Cheese?.......

    and chocolate??????

    Cheesey chocolate? I'm sure there's a sketch in there for some clever comedians!

    But what we really NEED to know is...............

    What did it TASTE like? (And don't say cheesey chocolate!!!)

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    Ever had chocolate cheese cake? It's like the gooey cheesy chocolate bit. You can't taste the cheese, but the chocolate taste comes right though. It's quite rich and defo best used in deserts, as a dip for fruit, topper for ice cream, or on top of bread and butter pudding or body parts etc.

    The wife says it tastes like Nutella without the nuts. But as all nuts in the world want me dead, I've never sampled it and never shall. Maybe I can reenact The Dear Hunter but with 5 bowls of chocolate philli and a bowl of nutella.....sorry......I'm wandering.......














    (Short answer: cheesy chocolate. )

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    had to happen eventually I suppose when Kraft took that over, doesnt look that appetising to me, as I am no fan of philly

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    Yes my other half saw them at work and brought one home going to buy some and create a cheesecake out of them..

    Russell

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    what cheese can you hide a horse in?

    mask a pony.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Oaktech View Post
    what cheese can you hide a horse in?

    mask a pony.

    Almost as bad as....

    What cheese can you make a strong castle out of?

    Rock Fort

    as well!

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    What did the One legged Circus man say to his helper? - pass me that, I need to put my "Stilt-on" (Stilton).





    What?

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    Hold on... Don't they advertise Philly as being reaaaaly low in fat?

    Then can someone please tell me the wisdom of mixing it with something that has an very high fat content?

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    Quote Originally Posted by korifugi View Post
    Hold on... Don't they advertise Philly as being reaaaaly low in fat?

    Then can someone please tell me the wisdom of mixing it with something that has an very high fat content?
    Balance!!

    That is why I enjoy overproof white rum (63%) with Coke (0%)= Balance

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    Looks disgusting. I have an adventurous palate, but such a combination is a step too far.

    Savory OR sweet. Some twains should never meet.
    Last edited by jinnantonnixx; 22nd February 2012 at 12:53 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mcshammer_dj View Post
    Balance!!

    That is why I enjoy overproof white rum (63%) with Coke (0%)= Balance
    The two main food groups.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mcshammer_dj View Post
    Balance!!

    That is why I enjoy overproof white rum (63%) with Coke (0%)= Balance
    Not sure that's wash with some people though...

    "Yes Officer, I understand that I'm two times over the limit but I've had 25 pints of Coke, also on a side note - I really need to wee"

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