cheese + Cheese = cheese + cream - Cheese = cheesy cream hahaha
This question is obvious (well i am a scientist) it is because... cheese cheeses the cheesy so called cheese puff cheesy feet and cheese.
No. Cream cheese is freshly curdled milk with most of the whey strained off - very mild, creamy taste, not very "cheesy". Cheese spread is a manufactured product a bit like margerine, it might have some cheeese in it somewhere - a bit like spreadable processed cheese (cheese slices - as used for burgers)
== Cheese+potato== Cheesy potatoe ===
The historical significance of cream cheese; cream cheese is very important in today's societty. Without cream cheese, would we have Cheese Cake? No, the answer is that we would NOT have cheese cake if it werent for cream cheese. Would the bagel be half as good without cream cheese? It definatly would not. Cream cheese comes in a variety of flavours; from herb and garlic to strawberry cream! Becuase cream cheese is so fattening, it is one of the many reason there are so many overweight and obese people in the world. So, as you can see, cream cheese is a huge part of society. Without cream cheese, cheese cake would nit exist. I personally could not live without cream cheese.
because its so darn good... that answer is a little cheesy;]
because they wanted to honor supermac18 for his cheesy videos .so now they call it mac and cheese.
Because it is cheesy and tastes so good!
cheese cream or cheese and cream or cream and cheese
You can add milk to cream cheese so it isn’t as think, then use it as substitute for sour cream
Cheese usually won't turn out well without cream, so yes.
there are 300 calories in a bagel and 250 in cream cheese so all together there are 550 calories in a bagel with cream cheese
NO. It doesn't make sense if Swiss cheese is classified as a cream cheese. It's because cheese is cheese and cream cheese is cream cheese.
A cheesy pickle is a pickle covered in cheese commonly eaten by the Dutch.
Can be and is also substituted in lasgne. I'm not a fan of ricotta myself though
Well, no, since cream cheese frosting has a lot of cream cheese in it. Could you simulate it? Hmm. you'd need something to give it the cheesy tang. Some sour cream might do it, but too much and it would be sloppy and too soft. You need the firmness. There may be a way to simulate it using well strained yogourt. If you put plan yogurt in a coffee filter in the fridge for many hours it will drain and thicken like cheese. Greek or balkan yogurt is thicker to start and might work.
Meatballz be cheesy bro and astronauts luv cheese so yum
Because it is still cream cheese. The only diffrence...NO FAT!
cheesy go chicharonillo
cheesier cheesy cheese