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Old-fashioned Cheese and Weasel

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stuff that tastes like meat and cheese on crackers.

Comes in a squeeze bottle.

(edit: changed the title, credit Boomer)

xenzag that I chose to flavor it of weasel makes it no less an invention.

Voice, Oct 10 2010

Beige http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap091101.html
How it all comes out in the end. [mouseposture, Oct 10 2010]

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       This would actually require meat *flavored* cheese, wouldn't it? Most meat that I like won't go through a squeeze bottle nozzle. ('Squeeze bottle nozzle,' heh.)   

       Maybe "Old-fashioned Cheese and Weasel"?
Boomershine, Oct 10 2010
  

       You mean now this is the ONLY flavor? Yikes. Ever eat weasel? [-]
Boomershine, Oct 10 2010
  

       Sorry [voice] but it looks like a flavour to me.... see meta, help file under m-f-d for what should happen next.
xenzag, Oct 10 2010
  

       //credit Boomer//   

       I wasn't exactly looking for credit...
Boomershine, Oct 10 2010
  

       //...that I chose to flavor it of weasel makes it no less an invention.//   

       [Xenzag] has the point. How is this idea *more* than a flavor? "Stuff that tastes like meat and cheese." Meat and cheese are beyond baked. Combining their flavors hardly constitutes an 'invention,' does it, really?
Boomershine, Oct 10 2010
  

       //that I chose to flavor it of weasel makes it no less an invention// - Your argument is not with me. I was just pointing out that within the rules of the halfbakery, flavours do not constitute an invention, and are always mfd material.   

       Otherwise you could simply begin combining every known flavour with every other one. Camel favoured ice-cream with curry sprinkles anyone? See what I mean. I could create a billion of these, and so could anyone else.
xenzag, Oct 10 2010
  

       //combining every known flavour with every other one.// That would just make brown.
MaxwellBuchanan, Oct 10 2010
  

       It all comes out brown in the end.
infidel, Oct 10 2010
  

       Beige, actually <link>
mouseposture, Oct 10 2010
  

       it's not the flavor, it'a having it as a generic food in a squeeze bottle
Voice, Oct 10 2010
  

       //having it as a generic food in a squeeze bottle//   

       Not the way it reads. "Old-fashioned Grease and Weasel'" is a pretty specific (and bad) flavor.   

       And what would be new about processed food in a squeeze bottle? Ever heard of Cheeze Whiz?
Boomershine, Oct 10 2010
  

       Sadly, yes.
8th of 7, Oct 10 2010
  

       //Sadly, yes.//   

       There you have it: Baked.
Boomershine, Oct 11 2010
  
      
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