Which do you prefer?

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  1. koukouvagia

    koukouvagia

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    Answer a question, post a question. Be honest

    Mac n' cheese - stove top or baked?
     
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  2. phatch

    phatch Moderator Staff Member

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    When I make it I will do the stove top just for speed and convenience. But I do prefer baked pasta in general.
     
  3. mike9

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    Baked for scratch made.

    Stovetop for box.
     
  4. chefross

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    Baked from scratch, but I have a weakness for Velveta shells and macaroni every once in a while.....
     
  5. koukouvagia

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    Thanks for answering, but you're also supposed to pose an "or" question after you answer. /img/vbsmilies/smilies/thumb.gif
     
  6. pete

    pete Moderator Staff Member

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    While I will preface my answer with a "it depends" as I like both, if push comes to shove I have to say that I prefer baked mac & cheese.

    So the next question:

    Potato Chips; plain or flavored?
     
  7. meezenplaz

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    Flavored. (onion n garlic. Yumm)

    Non stick pans, or Stainless Steel?
     
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  8. planethoff

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    Depends in what I'm cooking, but usually stainless.

    Brisket or pulled pork?
     
  9. scott livesey

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    Pulled pork with Eastern North Carolina sauce.

    dinner rolls or biscuits?
     
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  10. jake t buds

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    Definitely biscuits, especially if the dinner rolls are squishy sponges. 

    Flavored coffee or not?
     
  11. brianshaw

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    Not. Definitely not.

    Boston baked beans or British baked beans.
     
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  12. berndy

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    And then we have : Soup or Salad ?
     
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  13. millionsknives

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    Soup.

    Milk in tea? Or absolutely no way
     
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  14. pete

    pete Moderator Staff Member

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    No way, with 2 exceptions-Indian style Chai and Vietnamese Iced Tea.

    Okay, here's a tough choice for all you carnivores out there-steak or bacon.
     
  15. meezenplaz

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    Beef over pork every time.

    Cornstarch or flour? (including roux)
     
  16. laurenlulu

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    Flour for sure. Unless cornstarch should be used lol

    Lemon bar or brownie
     
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  17. chefross

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    "Baked from scratch, but I have a weakness for Velveta shells and macaroni every once in a while....."

    Ok then......Store bought "gummy bread"  or home made???
     
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    Baked, layer pasta cheese pour in bechamel  sauce with a little grated onion bake and let rest until it can cut for portions.  Pete, steak wrapped in bacon.  Ice cream vanilla or chocolate? 
     
  19. maryb

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    Chili: Beans or no beans
     
  20. brianshaw

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    No beans (but beans on the side is okay)

    Pizza: thin crust or thick crust?