The Anonymous Widower

What Can I Do With This Cream Cheese?

Every time, I cook my favourite salmon, I use a small amount of cream cheese.

What Can I Do With This Cream Cheese?

What Can I Do With This Cream Cheese?

But then I end up with a load of cream cheese, that by the time I need it again, has grown a thick fur of mould.

Any ideas, please?

The best so far is to use a cheese like Roquefort, from which I can reserve a small portion, when I have it on toast for a lunchtime snack. But I rarely remember to buy it!

I hate waste! How much food do people living alone, throw in the bin, because they don’t have enough mouths to eat it all?

December 15, 2014 - Posted by | Food

3 Comments »

  1. You could probably portion it up in an ice-cube tray and freeze it, ready for future salmon recipes.

    Comment by R | December 15, 2014 | Reply

  2. Sounds a good idea, but my freezer is full of old saved food, which I’m not sure what it is.

    Comment by AnonW | December 15, 2014 | Reply

  3. […] When I cook Mary Berry’s Baked Salmon With Parmesan And Parsley Crust, I inevitably end up with a big tub of cream cheese. […]

    Pingback by An Alternative Baked Salmon With Parmesan And Parsley Crust « The Anonymous Widower | December 17, 2014 | Reply


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