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comment What to serve at a cheese tasting?
I, too, have had honey included on cheese plates, and was thinking of that when I wrote the question, but I forgot to include it -- thanks!
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comment What to serve at a cheese tasting?
In case anyone is interested, the cheeses I'm thinking of bringing are: Provolone (domestic & imported), Parmigiano-Reggiano plus a domestic Paremsan, Pecorino Romano plus Locatelli (not sure if there's a difference), Asiago, Piave and maybe a 1-year-old and 3-year-old Cabot.
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comment What to serve at a cheese tasting?
I'm not sure if this should be a community wiki, or perhaps be closed entirely. Feel free to make either change as needed.
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comment What is this Italian Cookie called?
Ding! Ding! Ding! We have a winner -- thanks!!!!
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comment What is this Italian Cookie called?
They don't seem to be fried or covered in honey, so I'd say no. Both of these things were a fundamental part of the cookie, so I don't seem them as a simple variation.
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comment What is this Italian Cookie called?
No, definitely not -- the shape is all wrong. The cookie I'm remembering is a cylinder about 1.5 inches long.
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comment What is this Italian Cookie called?
Nothing seemed to be right -- thanks
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comment In a tomato sauce recipe, how can I cut the acidity?
@Hanno: It's the way my mother did it and she learned it from her mother, so.... No idea why it works, though -- sorry.