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Nancy S.    21

I've heard that working with porcelain is like "throwing cream cheese." As I used a grogless ^6 recently, I wondered: can you throw cream cheese? Maybe make it into a bowl that holds veggies or crackers for a party?

 

Has anyone tried this? How did it work if you did? Any reason a person shouldn't try this? (I have to be honest...I'm sorely tempted!) :D

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ayjay    119

I wondered: can you throw cream cheese? ....................................

 

Has anyone tried this? :D

 

 

You need Heston Blumenthal, he's barking.;)

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Chris Campbell    1,086

Well, being the lazy soul that I am ... the biggest drawback would be cleaning your wheel and tools until they were in a food safe condition ... then cleaning up after ....

BUT ...

it would be kind of cool to freeze it then bring it out before serving filled with lox or red pepper jelly and surrounded by crackers.:D

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koreyej    1

I have to agree, too lazy to clean everything and try it. Sounds like it might be fun to do at school, where I could make the kids clean it up:)

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TJR    359

 

 

 

Now, that John Britt is a funny guy! Made me laugh, especially the cream cheese hanging out of his mouth at the end.

TJR

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