Cheese has been staple in Filipino homes since time immemorial being one of the oldest manufactured food. I am sure that you’ll agree with me that adding cheese to most dishes would make them even more special and more appealing to one’s palate. It’s doesn’t fail to give the “linamnam” goodness to any dish. Who doesn’t love cheese? Well, since the Christmas season is fast approaching, it wouldn’t be a surprise that Kraft Eden Cheese would become part of every noche buena across the country.
I really love cheese! Once in a while, I would prepare cheese omelette just to satisfy my “cheese craving” or sometimes I would put a sprinkle of grated cheese on my food. Plus, dipping chips in cheese is HEAVEN. Sometimes, my mom would prepare baked potato with cheese and bacon bits, which my siblings and I would enjoy. With cheese, the sky is the limit—you can slice it, grate it, sprinkle it, melt it, and so on and so forth. In deed, cheese is the most versatile ingredient to cook with.
Through our creativity, originality, inventiveness, ingenuity, and innovativeness paired with the most versatile ingredient to cook with, Kraft Eden Cheese, it wouldn’t be impossible to craft 5,000 (yes, FIVE THOUSAND) dishes out of cheese to beat the previous Guinness world record of 4,668 dishes set by India. In fact, cheese has been added to our native delicacies such as ensaymada, puto, bibingka, and pichi-pichi to make them better than ever.
December 14, 2009 would definitely going to be one red-letter day as all these people work with each other at the Araneta Coliseum to cook and prepare 5,000 dishes made/cooked with cheese to beat the Guinness world record set by India. Check out the Sarap ng Buhay website and find out how you can be part of history. Experiment with Kraft Eden Cheese to turn ordinary dish to extra-ordinary gastronomic delight. Share your Kraft Eden Cheese recipes at the Sarap ng Buhay website and help set a world record.
Whipping out 5,000 dishes wouldn’t impossible with Kraft Eden Cheese!