Wal-Mart cheese Danish twist

If you’re looking for an inexpensive way to feed a small family, then this is the way to go. If you’re looking for a refined taste experience, keep walking…

“I don’t know what you’re talking about!” the Generalissimo barked in my ear.

I hadn’t heard him come in. No big surprise there. “So you liked it?”

“Not really!”

Didn’t think so. It’s not that it’s a bad Danish; it’s not. It’s just not a good one. The bread is okay. The texture is less traditionally flaky, but still pretty good. In fact, I’d say it’s the highlight of this Danish. The taste was bland. The moisture was there, but not in quantities to overcome the lack of flavor.

The frosting was frosting. It could have come out of a plastic container on aisle 12 for all I know. What I do know is that they should have splurged and gotten one with flavor. Any flavor would have been nice.

Which brings us to the cheese—

“Tell them about the cheese!”

“I am!”

“That’s the spirit!”

The cheese was in smaller than average quantities, which was good, because it wasn’t. They tried to overcome the bland with extra sugar, which might work on a five-year-old, but not me. And certainly not the Generalissimo. It also gave me heartburn, and not the good kind.

“I give it three poorly trimmed mustaches!”

He’s being generous.


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