Food of the Eighties, Velveeta
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(To the tune of 'Hello Faddah, Hello Muddah') "It's Velveeta ... versus cheddar ... Our Velveeta ... melts much better! ... Cheddar's runny, cheddar's oily ... cheddar drips off of the plate onto your doily!" Velveeta was the base for every kind of party dish in the 80s. Mix w/ salsa or canned chili for a gastronomically devastating chip dip. Pour over hot broccoli. Ruin entire pots of innocent, steaming al dente pasta with this garbage.
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christi totally 80's - August 31, 2014 - Report this comment
ive always loved this stuff just slicing it and putting it in a bowl makes a great snack it makes great rotel dip to its great for cheese lovers like myself
Isac - May 22, 2016 - Report this comment
Velveeta makes a good topping for steamed broccoli. IMO, Velveeta tastes better than Cheez Whiz. I always thought Cheez Whiz had a weird flavor.
Rob Lambert - July 03, 2017 - Report this comment
Velveeta goes back to near World War 1, as its own company, starting as strictly a dip or a pasta enhancer. Kraft bought rights to it in 1927, but didn't incorporate it as a spread until 1953. It may not have been until the 1980s when Velveeta was made as cheese slices (now, around $4 a pack). The only difference from plain American cheese was that it's a bit saltier.

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