Cold Molten Cheese Filled with Wine Mystifies the Internet

Cold Molten Cheese Filled with Wine Mystifies the Internet

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Did you ever want to taste cheese that has been melted, chilled, reformed, and then injected with wine? If so, you're probably alone. At least that's the takeaway from the internet's reaction to PopSugar's Cheese Shot Glasses recipe.

The recipe is pretty easy to understand. You melt some cheese, pour it into these silicone molds you can find on Amazon, wait for the cheese to cool, fill the cheese shots with wine, and then eat your creation. Is this something you would try at home?

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The internet has spoken, and though there have been some sweet moments … it hasn't all been kind.

The 91 comments on the Instagram video range from, "Seriously?! Please no," to the more incendiary, "As a French, I feel offended. This is NOT the best way to enjoy wine and cheese you savage!"

There are, however, comments like "Need" and "This made me think of you for some reason. Too much?" which proves there is an audience for cold melted cheese filled with alcohol.

Then again ... it seems to be a pretty small one.

What do you think? Is this something you'd want to make at home? Let us know in the comments.

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