[Sca-cooks] Interesting discovery...
agora158 at gmail.com
Sat Mar 26 09:51:46 PDT 2011
I had yesterday a wonderful Spanish garlic soup. Never had it before. A
local restaurant has a Spanish month and they are importing a lot of Spanish
specialities, cecina de Leon, pistorra, sobrasadas, morcilllas, tartas de
The soup could do fine with your bread, I think...
On Sat, Mar 26, 2011 at 5:47 PM, Saint Phlip <phlip at 99main.com> wrote:
> Was making up some grilled cheese sandwiches for me and Margali for
> lunch yesterday, and discovered we were out of butter, so I made a
> quick trip down to the local tiny grocery store, and lo and behold,
> right there next to the butter, were quarts ands half gallons of raw
> milk ;-) Went ahead and grabbed a quart, brought it home, and
> discovered the dairy producing it is just a couple miles away from
> here. Suspect there will finally be some real milk, with a sensible
> butter fat content in my future, as well as fresh and maybe a couple
> of aged cheeses ;-)
> And, speaking of cheeses, I've been experimenting with grilled cheese
> sandwiches a bit, trying to improve the flavor. The classic, American
> cheese on white bread is just so bland, but using straight cheddar
> cheese means the cheese breaks down into basically oil and cheese
> grit. Today's experiment was buttering the (multi grain) bread, laying
> it in the pan, laying thin slices of a good cheddar, to just cover the
> bread, then laying thin slices of Velveeta, same way, covering the
> cheese with another slice of bread (buttered side up), frying until
> brown, then flipping with a spatula.
> It came out very tasty- it had the lovely flavor of the sharp cheddar,
> but the texture of the melted Velveeta (a bit of the texture of the
> cheddar and the flavor of the Velveeta as well, but not annoyingly so)
> and the strength of the multi grain bread to balance it all.
> Was thinking of doing some tomato soup next time, but then rethought.
> I wonder how a nice spicy gazpacho would go with it?
> Saint Phlip
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