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Discussion in 'Food & Cooking' started by koukouvagia, Jan 20, 2017.
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Mac n' cheese - stove top or baked?
When I make it I will do the stove top just for speed and convenience. But I do prefer baked pasta in general.
Baked for scratch made.
Stovetop for box.
Baked from scratch, but I have a weakness for Velveta shells and macaroni every once in a while.....
Thanks for answering, but you're also supposed to pose an "or" question after you answer. /img/vbsmilies/smilies/thumb.gif
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?
Flavored. (onion n garlic. Yumm)
Non stick pans, or Stainless Steel?
Depends in what I'm cooking, but usually stainless.
Brisket or pulled pork?
Pulled pork with Eastern North Carolina sauce.
dinner rolls or biscuits?
Definitely biscuits, especially if the dinner rolls are squishy sponges.
Flavored coffee or not?
Not. Definitely not.
Boston baked beans or British baked beans.
And then we have : Soup or Salad ?
Milk in tea? Or absolutely no way
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.
Beef over pork every time.
Cornstarch or flour? (including roux)
Flour for sure. Unless cornstarch should be used lol
Lemon bar or brownie
"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???
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?
Chili: Beans or no beans
No beans (but beans on the side is okay)
Pizza: thin crust or thick crust?