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What Could I Do With Dried Out Brie?

 
 
Noddy24
 
Reply Thu 30 Dec, 2004 11:54 am
The Brie in question is a 15 ounce "mini Brie"--President.

I bought it as a bargain early in December and when I opened the box for holiday munching, I found that the cheese was dry and hard--not at all creamy--and the flavor and aroma were blah.

Can I resurect this brie for human consumption, or should I turn it into bird food?
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smorgs
 
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Reply Thu 30 Dec, 2004 12:05 pm
I'm sure you will get loads of posts with things like: 'pan fried organic pheasant breast with dessicated brie shavings'..............but I say give it the birds, and feel good about it, they'll love it, they need a high fat diet this time of year, and it's Xmas for our feathered friends too! Very Happy
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Portal Star
 
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Reply Thu 30 Dec, 2004 12:07 pm
That happened to be before as well, with the same brands. A lot of times stores keep them out of date so you have to check.

I melted mine in the oven over a hamburger. It tasted great, but was difficult to digest...
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smorgs
 
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Reply Thu 30 Dec, 2004 12:33 pm
The birds won't get indegestion.........go on.........you know you want to. Very Happy
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Portal Star
 
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Reply Thu 30 Dec, 2004 01:17 pm
Somebody's a nature enthusiast.

Only problem is, he's have to buy them hard brie' every week lest they get dependent on him. Or suet, whatever.
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smorgs
 
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Reply Thu 30 Dec, 2004 01:51 pm
I can just imagine them lined up in a 'Hitchcockian' manner chirping "what...no Brie?" Very Happy
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cavfancier
 
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Reply Thu 30 Dec, 2004 02:04 pm
I think it's only good for spackle at this point.
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smorgs
 
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Reply Thu 30 Dec, 2004 02:08 pm
What's spackle...I've never heard such a wrod?
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cavfancier
 
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Reply Thu 30 Dec, 2004 02:36 pm
Noun: spackle spakul
Powder (containing gypsum plaster and glue) that when mixed with water forms a plastic paste used to fill cracks and holes in plaster
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Bella Dea
 
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Reply Thu 30 Dec, 2004 02:38 pm
I am a good spackler. I spackled an entire basement once. Damn all those nail holes.....
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smorgs
 
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Reply Thu 30 Dec, 2004 02:51 pm
Well, ya learn something new......


We call it (Poly)Filler. :wink:
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Noddy24
 
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Reply Thu 30 Dec, 2004 02:59 pm
Thanks, gentlemen.

To the Birds belongs the Brie.
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smorgs
 
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Reply Thu 30 Dec, 2004 03:05 pm
YAY.....the birds get the Brie! My work, on this thread is done...... Very Happy
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smorgs
 
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Reply Thu 30 Dec, 2004 03:06 pm
Thanks Gentlemen?
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Noddy24
 
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Reply Thu 30 Dec, 2004 03:22 pm
smorgs--

Fish is fish unless fish are spawning.
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Mr Stillwater
 
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Reply Thu 30 Dec, 2004 03:56 pm
Staple it to your forehead for the next TrekCon you attend...

http://www.dreamers.com/menhir/strek/razas/klingon.jpg
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Noddy24
 
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Reply Thu 30 Dec, 2004 07:33 pm
Mr. S--

The cheese is too brittle for pasting or molding.
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