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Thursday, December 11, 2008

Actual Unretouched Photo

Please study the following picture, and then answer the questions that follow.
The above photo was taken after a Christmas party tonight at a friend's house across the street.
Based on the amount of leftovers, which of the following was gobbled up the most?
a) Sweet Brown Sugar Barbecue Meatballs
b) Savory Ranch Flavored Oyster Crackers
c) Fudge made with Velveeta Processed Cheese

There you have it. The masses have spoken.
They have voted with their mouths, and their mouths say, "As long as you don't tell us that there is Velveeta in this deliciously decadent fudge, we will eat it like it's going out of style."

Actually, several people ate some even after they knew the secret ingredient. I did mention Paula Dean's name, though, to add credibility. At that point, they were just surprised it wasn't also battered and deep-fried.

So if you prefer coming home with virtually empty platters so you don't have to dirty up your Tupperware with leftovers, you better make this super easy fudge. If you missed my post with the Pioneer-woman-style photos and the actual recipe (corrected no fewer than 3 times when I saw mistakes in the amounts of cheese and/or sugar), then click on anywhere I've said Velveeta or Paula Dean in this post.

9 comments:

EEEEMommy said...

oooh...those meatballs look fabulous! Send me the leftovers!

Emily said...

Full disclosure is what I'll need if I eat at your house again.

Tammy said...

Clearly the masses have spoken!

Emily said...

....still waiting for my sample....*sigh.

HootieMama said...

I can wholeheartedly validate the tastiness of this confection! It was yummy! And, for those of us to whom cooking is a foreign concept, the easy microwave with limited ingredients recipe ROCKS!!!

--jill

Big Doofus said...

Anything with Velveeta is good. It's one of the food groups, right?

Raise Them Up said...

My entire family--right down to our three fat cats--agree with you that cheese should be at the top of the food pyramid.

I'll be making some of that stuff very soon.

All the Arnold's said...

Your description of your neighbor's Christmas Party is sorely lacking in favorable and creative adjectives!

MLW said...

My bet is that people took this item thinking, "It's fudge!", but once they took a bite, it stayed on their plate in perpetuity!