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15 March 2014

What's in My Cheese Compartment Right Now

Bleu d'Auvergne, strong, not for wimps

Although I live in Wisconsin and love traveling to France, I don't have any special knowledge of cheese: in fact, I learn something new all the time.

Tasting cheese is more enjoyable for me than tasting wine, beer, or even coffee. And yes, even chocolate.

When we finally gave our refrigerator a good cleaning yesterday, tossing out the contents of outdated bottles and jars and recycling the glass, there wasn't much left other than cheese.

Here's what's in my cheese box right this minute:

09 March 2014

Meatless Monday: Baked Macaroni and Cheese, Wisconsin Style

Wisconsin-style Macaroni and Cheese, on my grandmother's dishtowel.

We have sprung forward and are less than two weeks away from the spring equinox. The weather is showing slight signs of improving. I have a blocked eustachian tube, which is exquisitely painful in fits and starts, especially, for some reason, when I come in from the cold. There is, apparently, not much to be done other than what I am already doing.

Comfort food is in order.

What could be more comforting than macaroni and cheese?