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message 1: by Aynge (last edited Jan 07, 2011 05:55PM) (new)

Aynge (ayngemac) | 1202 comments Edge. Love crunchy food.

I actually got that Perfect Brownie pan, the one with the ice-cube-tray-like dividers so that every brownie has crunchy edges. It works but it's a pain to clean.


message 2: by Brittomart (new)

Brittomart edge.

Do you like your brownies fudgy or cakey?


message 3: by Mona (new)

Mona Garg (k1721m) | 350 comments Definitely edge.


message 4: by Lobstergirl, el principe (new)

Lobstergirl | 24357 comments Mod
Either one.

For English muffins, it has to be the crunchy side with the sprinkles. (Have you ever split an english muffin with someone and they grab the crunchy half? Stab!)


message 5: by Aynge (new)

Aynge (ayngemac) | 1202 comments Fudgy, definitely.


message 6: by Cynthia (new)

Cynthia Paschen | 7137 comments Center, not all the way cooked.


message 7: by Jammies (new)

Jammies Edge!


message 8: by Lobstergirl, el principe (new)

Lobstergirl | 24357 comments Mod
One half is harder and crunchier and has - I don't know what they're called, they're tiny white dottish sprinkles - the other half is softer and less desirable. I thought everyone knew about the crunchy half and the soft half.


message 9: by Lobstergirl, el principe (new)

Lobstergirl | 24357 comments Mod
No, it doesn't depend on the splitting. Perhaps it's only with Thomases muffins?


Stacia (the 2010 club) (stacia_r) Edge.


message 11: by Carol (new)

Carol | 1679 comments fudgy edge and crunchy half


message 12: by Lobstergirl, el principe (new)

Lobstergirl | 24357 comments Mod
Yes. Cornmeal.


message 13: by janine (new)

janine | 7715 comments i let size determine my choice.


message 14: by Sally, la reina (new)

Sally (mrsnolte) | 17346 comments Mod
I like one long strip that has two edge pieces and some gooey center.


message 15: by Phil (new)

Phil | 11694 comments janine wrote: "i let size determine my choice."

TWSS.


message 16: by Natalie (new)

Natalie (aquariusnat) Edge and fudgy!!!!!


message 17: by RandomAnthony (last edited Jan 08, 2011 09:50AM) (new)

RandomAnthony | 14536 comments This is a great question. Two answers.

1) I think they have pros and cons. I tend to like the center ones but they're harder to handle.

2) I made these soft and gooey brownies (secret ingredient...chocolate syrup) a couple days back and my eight year old said they were the best brownies he ever had. That made my day.


message 18: by RandomAnthony (new)

RandomAnthony | 14536 comments What about lasagna? Does edge/center matter?


Stacia (the 2010 club) (stacia_r) Edge for everything.


message 20: by Mary (last edited Jan 10, 2011 05:47PM) (new)

Mary (madamefifi) Center for brownies, edge for lasagna or any other casserole-type dish or big square home-made pizza.


message 21: by Lobstergirl, el principe (new)

Lobstergirl | 24357 comments Mod
Any piece of lasagna is a good piece of lasagna for me.

How about edge vs. center of a crowd? If you're at the edge, you can knee someone in the groin and run.


message 22: by Janice (new)

Janice (jamasc) If the edge of a brownie is chewy, I'm all over it. Otherwise, it's the centre.

As for lasagne, it's always the edge especially if there's lots of cheese that has dripped over the side and it's hard and crispy.


message 23: by Aynge (new)

Aynge (ayngemac) | 1202 comments Yeah, that's the best part of a lasagne.

Actually, the best part of any sort of casserole or food is the crunchy, burned part.


Stacia (the 2010 club) (stacia_r) Is it lasagne or lasagna? I always thought that it ended in an a.


message 25: by Janice (new)

Janice (jamasc) Lasagna - I made a typo.


Stacia (the 2010 club) (stacia_r) I didn't know because that's not the first time I've seen it spelled that way.


message 27: by Janice (new)

Janice (jamasc) Ha! Then I'm not alone in making new words. :)


message 28: by Jammies (last edited Jan 10, 2011 05:46PM) (new)

Jammies Janice, it wasn't a typo, it's a legitimate alternative spelling for lasagna. http://www.onelook.com/?w=lasagne&... :D


message 29: by Sally, la reina (new)

Sally (mrsnolte) | 17346 comments Mod
If we're talking lasagne I want center.


message 30: by Jim (new)

Jim | 6485 comments I don't like brownies.

Lasagna doesn't matter.


message 31: by RandomAnthony (new)

RandomAnthony | 14536 comments Edge of the crowd, to the point you're arguably not in the crowd.


message 32: by Hanna (new)

Hanna (ohanners) | 202 comments Southern Fried Britt wrote: "edge.

Do you like your brownies fudgy or cakey?"


I don't know why but I read this as: Do you like your fudgies browny or cakey?


message 33: by Félix (new)

Félix (habitseven) Well?


message 34: by Hanna (new)

Hanna (ohanners) | 202 comments I'd rather have it cakey, thanks.


message 35: by Hanna (new)

Hanna (ohanners) | 202 comments With lots of half chunky, half melting chocolate in the middle!!


message 36: by Sarah (new)

Sarah | 13815 comments Edge for brownies and lasagna.


message 37: by Aynge (new)

Aynge (ayngemac) | 1202 comments Jammies wrote: "Aynge, it wasn't a typo, it's a legitimate alternative spelling for lasagna. http://www.onelook.com/?w=lasagne&... :D"


Who said I said it was a typo?


message 38: by Sally, la reina (new)

Sally (mrsnolte) | 17346 comments Mod
I made peanut butter brownies not long ago. Eating one now. Thinking of you all as I am seriously having a skinny slice that has some edge and some center on it. Best of both worlds.


Lyzzibug ~Still Breathing~ (lyzzibug) | 708 comments Edgey and fudgey!


message 40: by Gatorman (new)

Gatorman Center and chewy!


message 41: by Jammies (new)

Jammies Aynge wrote: "Jammies wrote: "Aynge, it wasn't a typo, it's a legitimate alternative spelling for lasagna. http://www.onelook.com/?w=lasagne&... :D"


Who said I said it was a typo?"


Sorry, Janice said she made a typo. :blushes for poor reading comprehension:


message 42: by Margot (new)

Margot | 103 comments I spell it lasagne. That is the way it is spelt in England. I prefer the edge, and the edge of brownies, though they are not as popular here.


message 43: by Susan (new)

Susan | 6406 comments I like the pieces that are not dried out in either dish.


message 44: by evie (new)

evie (ecie) | 4306 comments I don' like the taste of lasagne. I only like the way it looks.

I've had a brownie only once and I found it too rich. I did eat the whole piece, though. It was a middle bit.


message 45: by Margot (new)

Margot | 103 comments I prefer the edge because you get a range of textures to enjoy


message 46: by Lobstergirl, el principe (new)

Lobstergirl | 24357 comments Mod
Margot wrote: "I prefer the edge because you get a range of textures to enjoy."


message 47: by Lobstergirl, el principe (new)

Lobstergirl | 24357 comments Mod
My niece hates lasagna. Once I was over there for dinner when they were having it and it made her cry. She looked at it on the plate and began to cry. They had to whip up an alternate meal for her.

Kids today!


message 48: by Margot (new)

Margot | 103 comments My cooking does not score many 'hats', but I cannot recall earnings tears. Except perhaps when I am peeling onions, or wipe chilli in my eyes.


message 49: by Meels (new)

Meels (amelia) Edge. Preferably a corner, actually.


message 50: by Phil (new)

Phil | 11694 comments Edge brownie. Middle lasagna.


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