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Buttereese/Chudder

Combination Butter & Cheese Spread
 
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Just add to both sides of 2 slices of bread and place on skillet for easier grilled cheese sandwitches... I guess that's all it's really good for, but I wanted grilled cheese today and had no butter, the bread burned. Also can be used for homemade mac and cheese, baked potatos, broccoli... Post your other uses.
kosai, May 28 2003

CHUD http://www.badmovies.org/movies/chud/
[bungston, Oct 06 2004]

La Vache Qui Rit/Laughing Cow http://la-galerie-i...RABIER-La-vache.jpg
Spreadable cheese - I've no idea how well it toasts, tho. [DrCurry, Oct 06 2004]

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       Brie? St. Andre? Brillat-Savarin? Caprice des Dieux? Excelsior? Kochkäse?   

       Lower the cooking temperature and you won't need any oil. The cheese will gently melt. Panini grills and sandwich presses make great grilled cheese without any need for oils.
bristolz, May 28 2003
  

       The idea is the same spread would go on the outside and the inside. Thanks for the mayo tip, I will give it a shot. Brie grilled cheese sandwich I will not.
kosai, May 28 2003
  

       Good point on the butter, Replace that with Margarine... or add a touch of oil to the mix, but we're keeping the name.
kosai, May 28 2003
  

       Chudder? Shudder.
DrCurry, May 28 2003
  

       I just had a couple of red leicester and pickled onion sandwiches. The original, and still the best.
sambwiches, May 28 2003
  

       Make mine cheese and smoked salmon hold the, eeewww, mayo.
silverstormer, May 29 2003
  

       Following the rule that every internet correction requires correcting, bliss, it's "sandwiches".   

       <Homer>Brie in filo, cranberry sauce...ghaghagahghghhhhhh...
egbert, May 29 2003
  

       This'd better be packaged in an aerosol can.
rapid transit, May 29 2003
  

       One of my team keeps pointing out that milk is wierd stuff. It's fine, then it goes off, then it becomes yoghurt and is fine again, then it goes off again, then it becomes cheese...
PeterSilly, May 29 2003
  

       Who first looked at a cow and thought "I think i'll drink whatever comes out of these when I squeeze 'em?"

yup, milk is now ruined for me (when i bother to think about it) Thought I'd share the love.
igirl, May 29 2003
  

       I think chudder/buttereese is a very marketable idea. The same people who buy those little containers of pre-sliced potatos would buy it, definitely. And there are many uses for it. It would be good on just about any vegetable.   

       PS:brie is gross.
iamstass, May 30 2003
  

       Thinking of spreadable cheese in little containers, this is pretty much just Laughing Cow, surely?
DrCurry, May 30 2003
  
      
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