Has anyone used cottage cheese for cooking, like using on top of a pizza crust and baking with other toppings? How does the cottage cheese hold up when it is baked, how does it taste. Does it dry out and brown on top or just get nasty? Thanks
Food spoils, but it doesn't have to go so quickly. Boston University student and CHOW.com intern Austin Pohlen knows a nifty trick to make this staple snack last over a week longer than its expiration date. This special College Edition tip is part of a series aimed to help students on a budget with food and entertaining while living away from home.
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Crunchy, gooey, and crazy delicious, these chicken and cheese quesadillas are super simple to make, and even easier to eat. Before you start, prep some pico de gallo (or whatever kind of salsa you like) and guacamole for topping, and don't forget the sour cream.