It was surprising to me to read the process of making cottage cheese. I was under the impression that cottage cheese was made from leaving milk out in the scorching heat for days on end. Another feather in the cap of the Internet for teaching me something new today!
Ettore Boiardi was a remarkable chef. His company made and prepared millions of rations for American and Allied troops during World War II, and for his efforts he was awarded a gold star order of excellence from the United States War Department. It’s too bad then that he had to change the spelling of his name so us dumb Americans could pronounce it.
Paula Dean is a southern cook who uses a lot of butter and once got a ham thrown at her face. The only reason I’m posting this is to share a video I saw the other day that she was in. The video has had over 100,000 views the last 2 days and I am responsible for at least 7 of those.
Horatio Magellan Crunch is the cartoon mascot more commonly known as Cap’n Crunch for the cereal of the same name. And because I think we can all agree that Cap’n Crunch is the Shakespeare of cereals that cut up the roof of your mouth, it is only appropriate that he follows W.S.’s post from earlier today.
I heard on the radio this morning that today was Julia Child’s 100 birthday. So I got into work and made this photo. I thought it would be great to share on her 100th birthday, which is the day before Thanksgiving. Everyone will be getting in the cooking mode. After I made it, I found out that it is in fact NOT her birthday, but she would have been 100 years old and it’s kind of fun to look at. Enjoy!