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Thanks, I hope you'll try them.
Why, thank you. Enjoy!
And thank you for trying them! Wow, that sounds like a great microwave; you could have a whole package made in minutes. Which may or may not be a good thing ;-)
You are quite welcome, and thank you for the compliments! I agree, the cost-to-crisp ratio is what inspired me to try making my own in the first place. The least pricey brand I've found is called Mrs. Cubbison's. They're usually about $3, but making them from scratch is a lot more cost-effective. The best part is you can use your favorite cheeses with a ton of different flavor combinations. If you have a Trader Joe's in your area, I highly recommend their spices. They are pretty inexpensive with a lot of variety.
Thanks for the tip, I'll have to try it out!
This made me smile. It looks like it would be both fun and relaxing to make. The photo of the tile "baking tray" in the oven is adorable, and I love the tiny grapes. I could see these as magnets or ornaments. Very nice job!
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Why, thank you very much! Unglamorous though it may be, the microwave tends to be the quickest and most reliable appliance for the job. (Many a cheese slice have been sacrificed to my oven to draw this conclusion.)
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