I’m not familiar with pickled bologna. It sounds yummy. Where do you get yours?
I used to love saltines with peanut butter on them or even just plain butter. My favorite now is pickled bologna alone on them or sometimes with a piece of cheddar cheese. What a great snack![:p][:p]
Hey Pw, I love Triscuits, but thats a whole nother thread. And, I start way too many.
So you raise the lowly cracker to the level of the brie. Hmmmm (heehee).
Cheddar with tomato soup sounds good too.
I like the philly cream cheese blends with onion and chives on saltines, or triscuits.
Yah, seriously! The melted brie and crunch of the saltine and slivered almonds go very well together, for me! [:)] But I also like saltines with melted cheddar and dipped in tomato soup! [:)]
Yep, thats tha stuff Roossy, thanks! What else are keeping from us? :~) Mmmm, those tomatos sound good w/ it!
Papa, Alouette makes a killer garlic cheese spread, and there is usually one in my house.
In addition to putting it on crackers-(which I also love the Club ones),, I also toast some bread and use it as a spread for a rockin’ fresh sliced tomato sandwich.
My sweety has milk and crackers about once a week. I think it’s an old time dish. I think her granny tought er to eat that. Hmm, and she eats a frech galiic cheese that comes in a tub, but w/ Club crackers. The tub is in the fridge but the package is gone, and I can’t remember the name, good though. She lets me have a bite now and then.
Skylar, I like the idea of cracker soup. If you made it with Ritz would it be Mock Oyster Stew?
For rag bologna, try this:
My dad used to make something he called "cracker soup." He’d heat up milk, butter, salt, and LOTS of black pepper, then crumble up saltines in it. Sort of like oyster stew without the oysters. It was good.
Seriously, Andrea? That’s a mighty high-falutin’ spread to put on a lowly saltine. Maybe you should save that for some fancy water crackers! It almost seems like an insult to the brie!
Sounds absolutely d’licious, though.
I like them best with melted Brie chesse and slivered almonds. [:)]
Dayi, I, too, forgot about potted ham. I liked them on crackers and bread. But then
I started hearing about what potted ham was made of. I crave eating them, but…
You remind of something my mom used to eat.
When she couldnt sleep, she would crumble saltines up into a glass of milk and spoon it out, and then I guess it would make her tired. I would see it by her bedside in the AM, and it was hell to clean out of the glass.
(Thanks for giving me a fond memory of my mom![:D])
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