Using Velveeta on the Food Network is like hanging a paint by numbers at the Smithsonian.
It's true! I also follow Bon Appetit magazine on Instagram and they used Velveeta for something a while ago. It's so weird.
Velveeta must have increased their marketing budget.
My mom watches her show and of the many times I've caught a few minutes of it, I've never seen anything that sounds the least bit appetizing.
IDK, I specifically remember my mom making cheesy chicken rice when I was a kid with velveeta. The nostalgia might make it worth it to try it once.
Soup? No. Now if it were sans broth, maybe. But I'm kind of picky about cheese.
Ew. She doesn't really make anything appetizing that I've seen.
the chicken and rice part does
but velveeta? no thanks.
I wouldn't knock it until I'd tried it.
That sounds good except I like shredded cheese on top of things better than a cheese sauce
euugh no. not only am I not a fan of cheese with chicken, but it's not even real cheese at that. yeck.
Is Velveeta even considered "food"?
I'd say right up 'til the cheese, but it really depends on what type of rice it was too.
Well isn't somebody just Snobby McSnobberson.
nope. I really don't like velveeta so it sounds really gross.
oh goodness that sounds horrible :(
It does to me, if I wasn't a vegetarian.
I think velveeta only belongs in certain grilled cheese sandwiches.
Chicken and rice soup, yes. Velveeta "cheese", nope. Save that for making quick 'n' dirty nacho dip.
Trisha Yearwood is a distant relative of mine; we both come from the town of Monticello, GA.
No, yuck. I think it would be edible mixed into plain rice and topped with crumbled bacon, but Velveeta as a soup garnish sounds gross.
I imagine the Velveeta getting all coagulated
Have you watched Pioneer Woman? I like her
Yeah, we watch Food Network pretty consistently every Saturday and Sunday morning, so it's hard to miss her, LOL. Her show is Ok. Her dogs are totally adorable.