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Tony 1 year ago
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Onnie 1 year ago
#3 It has to be a chocolate Frosty from Wendy's and fresh, crispy, salty fries.
       
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Waldo 1 year ago
its not bulgarian feta. The only white cheese called feta is greek and its protected origine pruduct.
       
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Lura 1 year ago
My father-in-law put cheese on his apple pie. I’ve still never tried it.
       
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Serena 1 year ago
Lura, It's good. Very good.
       
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Nicholas 1 year ago
Lura, Yes, Very sharp cheddar cheese, not melted on, of course... just a nibble between bites of pie. It a very New England/Upper midwest thing.
       
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Ricardo 1 year ago
#12 is valid but, you don't place a giant slab on top. Yu shred some cheddar on the top so it melts and gets slightly crispy as it bakes.
       
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Bertram 1 year ago
freshly brewed french press coffee with cream and sugar and a good bowl of quality weed. Trust me
       
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Middy 1 year ago
Bacon is good with almost everything.
       
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Bread, butter, and watermelon

"Cold watermelon and bread and butter, on a hot day. Keep the watermelon in the fridge for a couple of days, so it is really cold, get any fresh bread of your choice, and use real butter, with salt. Because the melon is cold, it stops the butter from melting in your mouth, so you have to chew until all the flavors blend. If you combine fat, sugar, flavor, and a thickening agent, you get ice cream. We grew watermelon by the tons, so this was our treat on a hot day."

 

© Peter Todaro / Quora

 

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