Been cooking for over 40 years. I think I'm really great at it. A lot of other people agree with me. I always have a lot of other people wanting to come over if I'm cooking. I always check out recipes and comments online and then make my own.

  • Location: Chicago
  • Favorite foods: Italian, Polish, Mexican, Chinese and all kinds of red meats. Love cooking with charcoal over direct and indirect heat. Scorned Woman BBQ and hot sauce.

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Taste Test: Are Low Fat Shredded Cheeses Worth The Calories?

From a FAQ a couple down from the one linked to by Matth:

"Milk fat is important to the texture and flavor of cheese. Any reduction in fat levels may change the flavor or texture of a dairy product. With current technology, it’s hard to make reduced fat cheese with the same flavor and consistency as regular cheese.

High temperatures or long periods of heat can cause any natural cheese to melt unsatisfactorily and reduced fat cheeses are slightly more heat-sensitive than other natural cheeses. As a general rule, it’s best to reduce the temperature and cooking time when using a reduced fat cheese. Also, avoid broiling, since reduced fat cheese toughens quickly after melting.

A good tip is to heat the food thoroughly and then top it with shredded reduced fat cheese. The heat of the food will usually melt the cheese without putting the dish back in the oven or microwave."

Grilling: Mexican Roadside Chicken with Green Onions

MexicoCooks. Perhaps you misses the fact that the recipe calls for green or knob onions, not scallions.


Thank you so much. I want to save recipes that I'm interested in but it doesn't help if I can't find them. Now I can. :-)