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Kentucky Rose Cheese

A wonderful role model for “milk’s leap into immortality” Writer Clifton Fadiman, quite a radical back in the middle decades of the 20th century, once famously called cheese “milk’s leap toward immortality.”When I eat this delicious, full flavored, creamy, and complex Kentucky Rose from Kenny Mattingly and crew down in south central Kentucky, it immediately […]

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Bacon Fat Mayonnaise

A fun way to liven up your summer eating Mayonnaise is hardly an attention-getter in modern-day America. But it wasn’t always that way. The first known published recipe for it appeared in 1750. It became popular in Europe and then in the U.S. really only in the 19th century. It was first sold in jars […]

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Terrific Salad of Cucumber, Radish and Avocado

Bringing early summer flavors together in the salad bowl This is another easy and excellent taste of summer that Tammie and I have been trying out different versions of. It’s refreshing, good for you, and a delicious pairing with almost anything else you’re having for dinner. Yotam Ottolenghi says, “A well-made salad must have a certain uniformity; […]

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Makgeolli from Miss Kim

Korea’s oldest alcoholic drink comes to Ann Arbor Not only does every region in the world have its own unique cooking, nearly all have their special style of beverage as well. We know many—regional wines in France, pale ales in parts of England, mezcals in Mexico, lightly fermented ciders in northern Spain and New England, […]

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