Needs more Salt
In my previous post, I shared my accidental use of Vanilla flavored Soy Milk in Cheese sauce. Some of you laughed with me. Others were curious, and I felt obliged to satisfy them. The queries and my responses:
How did it turn out?
Like vanilla flavored cheesy pasta, Little Miss Moi. People eat pineapple on pizza; it really is not that different.
Did it taste bad?
It is an acquired taste. I haven’t acquired it yet. There was some memory of the first time I sampled beer. Bleeech, and then belch on it for a few hours.
Were there curdles involved?
Oh no, you didn’t?
No, Animal Mind Matt. I didn’t. ME2 did it. (Did not. Did too. Did not. Did too. Did not. Did too.Did not. Did too. Did not. Did too.Did not. Did too.)
What is cheese sauce?
It is what you make first. Then you make reservations to go out for dinner. Thanks, Swampy, for the reminder by E-mail that sometimes the back up plan is the best.
Scary, did you really do this?
Yes, Barngoddess,. Scary! However, it could be worse. I could have been cooking naked and started a fire and had to be rescued through an upstairs window by a fireman and his ladder. Scary for the fireman, I mean.
There have been many ruined recipes in my kitchen over the years, because I didn’t read the recipe or check the label. It is an inherited gene from my Grandmother Grace. At least I didn’t eat dog food, which was one of her famous Goofys.
My most common mistake involves salt. I either forget to put it in, or forget that I already measured it and added. That is what I did to Pioneer Woman’s Cinnamon Rolls.
It is odd that no one asked me if we ate it. Time’s up.
Thank you to all your positive reinforcement and encouragement. I promise that when you come to town and want to get together for dinner, we'll go to Applebees.
So, let’s hear some of your best recipe flops!