Dinner Jeopardy

Alex Trebek: "The Answer there 'SILK VANILLA SOY MILK' "

Pamela buzzes in:

Pamela: " What is something you should never substitute for milk in a recipe for cheese sauce."

Comments

Little Miss Moi said…
Dear pamela. Oh no... how did it turn out? Just yukky tasting?
Little Miss Moi said…
Oh no! that sounds mean. What I MEANT was there must be a story - did it taste bad? Did it curdle?
Karmyn R said…
I am imagining disaster.
zandria said…
That's very good advice! I love vanilla soy milk on my cereal, but I imagine it might taste quite strange in a cheese sauce. :)
Susan in va said…
EWWWWWWWW!!!!!

...or in potato soup.
Elizabeth Joy said…
I'd go for plain. I never use Vanilla soy milk varieties in cooking. But if you are actually putting cheese in the sauce, you might as well use cow milk. At least that is how it seems to me. Next time will surely turn out better.

Elizabeth Joy
Matt said…
OH NO YOU DIDN'T!

Dude, even *I* know that. And President Bush has declared my kitchen to be a federal disaster area, eligible for relief. I'm still waiting for FEMA!
Robin said…
Hehe, been there, done that Miss Pamela?? Silly girl, you are;).
Vicki said…
I've never bought soy milk. Ewww.

Well I don't like milk at all. Unless it's on cereal.
her indoors said…
so iguess you wont try it again then!!! never had soy milk either, did once grab the granules to put in a stew but they weren't gravy granules it was cheese sauce granules!!! best of it is no one noticed the difference!!!
ROFL - oh the things we learn the hard way eh? Thanks for sharing the lesson.

Hugs,
Holly
Tammy said…
I'm writing this down right now...LOL
Claudia said…
LOL!! You learn something new every day, right Pamela??
Melissa said…
Ohhh...gag. ;)
ablondeblogger said…
LOL! Try Lactaid milk. I use it for everything and it tastes just like regular milk....without the vomitting, lol.
swampcook said…
What is cheese sauce?
Kila said…
LOL, that doesn't sound too good!
kailani said…
I think I'll take your word on that one!
Jodi said…
Good Answer... Good Answer!!

Were there curdles involved???
Jeanette said…
Hi Pamela, I think you would get curdled milk Yuk
Anonymous said…
lol, clever post!

scary...did you really do this?

I can tell you some horror stories about soy, rice, and almond milks.

Since Wee One was diagnosed w/ the daily allergy last summer, Ive done some experimenting. Most of it not too successful.

BarnGoddess
http://ramblingsfromthereservation.wordpress.com/
Stephanie said…
For everyone else that asked you what you were thinking, I would probably have thought the same thing.

Thank you for the very helpful information.
kate said…
omg you are funny and totally correct! lmao
James Cooper said…
Ooh, that sounds like an important thing to keep in mind. Particularly since soy milk is the only kind of milk we keep in stock, owing to my lactose intolerance and all.
Mert said…
Sounds good to me! Just kidding. :P

But really, I like sweet and salty together.

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