Mama Diaries

Monday, April 8, 2019

Cheese Dip

My boy is constantly coming up with innovative ways to do things. The other day, I had gotten some mascarpone cheese and was making a dessert using it with croissants,  strawberries, and chocolate.

Bubba walked over and inspected my creation. "Nice!" Then he pointed at the cheese. "What's that?"

I explained.

"That would make a good cheese dip," he said.

"Yeah. It's good with fruit."

He grinned and walked over to the refrigerator. When he came back, he had some string mozzarella cheese in his hand. He dipped the cheese into the container of mascarpone cheese and took a bite. "Yep, I was right. It's a good cheese dip!"

Have you ever tried dipping cheese into a cheese dip? If so, how did it taste?


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30 comments:

  1. Hi, Sherry!

    I never heard of dipping cheese into a cheese dip. Leave it to your innovative Bubba to come up with the idea. My friends and I used to mix milk and ginger ale together to make a fizzy dairy beverage. No one I mention it to in recent years has heard of the practice. Have you?

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    Have a great week, dear friend Sherry!

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    1. Hi, Tom. I had never heard of the practice of mixing milk and ginger ale together. Now I'm curious. I may have to try it.

      Enjoy your week!

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  2. He probably has a stomach like grinder in the sink.

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    1. Could be. He eats all kinds of interesting concoctions.

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  3. Your son is so funny. That's something that my daughter would have done. I never tried it.

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    1. I think that would be a bit too cheesy for me.

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  4. Excuse me while I go and gag... Ick. (But then again, I'm not much of a cheese person.)

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  5. I love Bubba's imagination. If cheese is good, it's got to be better with cheese dip. :)

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  6. Great job Bubba! He's always keeping his imagination busy. :)

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  7. Leave it to Bubba, you can't stop his imagination (-:

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    1. Leave it to him to come up with something like that!

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  8. Dipping cheese into cheese? Never heard of that!! But, I bet it's good! Big Hugs!

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  9. I love the video of the student review!

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    1. Thanks for watching. I thought they did a nice job with it.

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  10. Bubba has an excellent imagination.... I should try dipping cheese.

    Have a great day

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  11. Lol! Today's my daughter's bday and she is a huge cheese addict. You just gave me the perfect extra treat idea for her. Thanks!

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    1. Happy Birthday to your daughter! I hope she likes Bubba's concoction!

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  12. Cheese dipped into cheese dip? Hmm! I can't say it appeals.

    Loving the video.

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    1. That doesn't appeal to me, either.

      Thanks for watching the video! Glad you liked it.

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  13. Wow, what an innovative idea from Bubba!

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  14. Innovative indeed:) I remember mixing hot sauce and oatmeal for breakfast in college - not the best combo, but it did wake me up in the morning :)

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    1. Ewww. If I ate that, I'd be up, all right: up in the bathroom puking it up!

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  15. "I'm allowed to write for three days", satta king by the next afternoon I'm chomping at the bit to get back to it.play bazaar

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