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Wednesday, August 17, 2005

Behold the power of cheese
Trader Joe's is going to be the death of me. Specifically, I will die in the aisle where one finds cheese samples. This is where I discovered something that, despite all my wanderings through the world of dairy, I never even knew existed: yogurt cheese. I sneakily consumed far more than my fair share of samples and then did the only morally responsible thing and bought some.

This particular cheese is similar in consistency to Havarti, although a bit firmer and not buttery. It's got some of the bite of plain yogurt, only it's good; the yogurt adds a tangy fullness that sort of evolves in your mouth as you eat it.

All in all, it's much tastier than the popsicle stick I'm gnawing on now that I have sucked down my evening fudgsicle, and you should all try it on your next foray to our favorite alternative grocery store.

posted by Katie at 11:43 PM;

Blogger Christopher Largen said...

I know you've been breaking the law, and I'm going to turn you in! - Sgt. Belcher

12:27 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great Blog! Fascinating articles and well written.

12:47 AM  
Blogger shan said...

Wow, that sounds great! I'm going to TJ's this weekend to pick up Greek (or Greek-style) yogurt for a pasta thing I want to make. Maybe they will have the fab cheese!

8:26 AM  

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