How to use up every last bit of heavy cream


#21

Why are you still using cream? 'Tis the season to put egg nog in your coffee.


#22

Capital “L”! Small “A”! Capital “F”! Small “O”! Small “N”! Small “G”! LaFong! Carl LaFong!

One of the funniest movies of all time.


#23

Seriously this.

I buy cream in quart containers for typically $4 or less. There is literally like 2 cents of cream left in one when I’m done, whoop-dee-doo.


#24

It’s the principle of the thing. “I paid for the cream, and by god I’ll have it”


#25

two cents of cream plus the time to go to the store, which can be successfully put off a few delicious moments longer.


#26

and also, some of us feel guilty buying Heavy Cream on the regular, but no shame about consuming every. last. drop.


#27

I hadn’t finished my coffee when first seeing this but I now think @beschizza is just doing this to see and giggle at our comments more than anything else… well played Rob.


#28

I assume that about pretty much every one of his posts.


#29

Maybe they are honoring the cow by using all of it’s cream…


#30

I don’t see how the answer isn’t drink black coffee like an adult.


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#32

Where do you live, Zimbabwe? That Keurig machine was $49.99


#33

I use the watery setting too.


#34

Finally, a civilized reader. I knew there was one.


#35

Just remember…don’t make coffee with heavy cream and heavy water.


#36

Au contraire. It’s $200, plus the cost of the pods.
Once you’ve invested in a Keurig, you can’t afford not to be cheap about other things.

And it’s even worse if you expect your pods to produce half decent coffee


#37

Just the one. :stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes:


#38

I saw the title, I saw who posted it, and I was really really reluctant to click and see what it was about. Happily, it did not exceed expectations.


#39

I like my coffee like I like my women: bitter and murky.


#40

@beschizza… You are a true genius


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