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Apr 22, 2004: What Is This?

WARNING: narcissism ahead

Can you guess what this is a photo of?

First person who does wins a signed polar bear book.

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Comment: Bryan Haggerty (Apr 22, 2004)

Looks like Pizza to me.

Comment: matthew oliphant (Apr 23, 2004)

Fritatta

Comment: shep (Apr 23, 2004)

hash browns?

Comment: Brad (Apr 23, 2004)

I'm going with corn fritter.

Comment: jaco (Apr 23, 2004)

kimchi jun (Korean traditional food) =)

Comment: Chris McEvoy (Apr 23, 2004)

An expensive scented candle.

OR

An overhead view, looking into a vat in Willy Wonkas Chocolate factory. Propably of the Squares that look around.

Comment: Angie (Apr 23, 2004)

I'm going with carrot/nut bread.

Comment: Kris (Apr 23, 2004)

baked cheese and potato casserole

Comment: Lyle Kantrovich (Apr 23, 2004)

Marble - as in countertop?

Comment: Ken (Apr 23, 2004)

Zingerman's chili cheese bread?

Comment: Ken (Apr 23, 2004)

Zingerman's chili cheese bread?

Comment: Doug (Apr 23, 2004)

Grilled cheese sandwich.

Comment: jc (Apr 23, 2004)

veggie burger

Comment: Walter Underwood (Apr 23, 2004)

Latke.

Comment: Todd Warfel (Apr 23, 2004)

An asagio cheese bagel from Panera

Comment: mariano (Apr 23, 2004)

lasagna!
or Mars ;)

Comment: Drew (Apr 23, 2004)

Grilled cheese on rye!

Comment: Cindy Chick (Apr 23, 2004)

Gotta be hash browns.

Comment: Lou (Apr 23, 2004)

You cheese-oriented people are oh so close...

Comment: matthew oliphant (Apr 23, 2004)

Tomatoes Provencal

Comment: shep (Apr 23, 2004)

Quiche - pretty similar to a fritatta, but just in case ;)

Comment: Dean Karavite (Apr 24, 2004)

A plaque heavy arterial wall from scene 28 of the 70s classic "Fantastic Voyage" just prior to when Rachel Welch is attacked by antibodies.

Comment: Dean Karavite (Apr 24, 2004)

Seriously, how about some type of cheese Focaccia?

Comment: jjg (Apr 24, 2004)

Macaroni and cheese casserole.

Comment: Lou (Apr 24, 2004)

DING DING DING! We have a winner! JJG gets the book.

You know, I realize this whole thing is quite silly. But my macaroni and cheese (a souped up version of Muellers back-of-the-box recipe) is one of MJ's and my favorites.

Drizzle lots of fresh grated cheddar and even more bread crumbs on top, bake the sucker till it bubbles at 350F, then ten minutes more at 450F, and this is what happens. It comes out a beautiful orange/yellow/gold, and we decided to snap a shot out of unadulterated adoration. We hadn't planned to share it, but it looked so danged beautiful, even moreso against Bloug's stark white background.

So there you have it.

Jesse, next time you're near Detroit (ummm, let's not hold our breath), stop by and I'll whip up a batch for you. You can then start work on your next book--The Elements of Casserole Design...

Comment: Stig Andersen (Apr 27, 2004)

Stunning! 25 comments in less than a week. Competitions is still *the* no. one traffic driver on the internet. Perhaps an idea for aifia.org? :-)

Comment: null (Apr 27, 2004)

I don't know if you've heard of Alton Brown, but he has a show called "good Eats" on food tv. cooking meets science. he did a show on mac and cheese. here's the Recipe. http://www.foodnetwork.com/food/recipes/recipe/0,,FOOD_9936_18422,00.html

Comment: Jennifer (Apr 27, 2004)

cheese omlette

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