[Sca-cooks] A couple of questions-

lilinah at earthlink.net lilinah at earthlink.net
Sat Dec 12 20:55:45 PST 2009

Sabra asked:
>Is "whipped cream" period?

Yeah, well, sorta. I've read some responses. I'm not sure what the 
difference is between ''beaten cream'' and ''whipped cream''.

>Is "alfredo sauce" period?

No way, ho-zay. And until rather recently there was no Alfredo sauce. 
Don't get Adamantius started!

In the beginning, some time around, the chef made the noodles, and 
yea, they were fettuccine and they were many and tooth tender. And 
the chef took the abundance of noodles and tossed them with butter, 
and cream, and Parmesan cheese, and crushed garlic, and chopped 

And the multitudes, who had failed to experience true Fettuccine 
Alfredo, and perceived them to be some how a difficult and 
complicated dish, began to clamour for a what they thought was easier 
way to make  them. And, yea, the food corporations did comply and 
produced ''alfredo sauce'', which may or may not include the 
ingredients the Creator used, but which generally also include all 
sorts of non-food ingredients, but which are considered food safe by 
the government.

So, toss ye your noodles and toss thee thy noodles, with the genuine 

But only do this in a 20th or 21st century setting.
Someone sometimes called Urtatim

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