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July 26 is National Bagelfest

National Bagelfest

Five Food Finds about Bagels

  • Bagel history dates back to 1783, according to popular belief. They were created to honor King John III Sobieski of Poland, after he protected Austria’s people from an attack by Turkish invaders.  
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July Food Holidays

Saturday steak night

Today has been a bit of a blur thanks to a hangover earned from a night out with both sets of Olds. A delicious Chinese meal was washed down with several vats of beer and white wine. 573 more words

Cheese Blog

Roquefort Butter Ribeyes 

One of the things we learned from a FB group of Safari Condo owners and pre-owners is the absolute glory of Roquefort butter applied to excellently grilled beef at camp. 198 more words

Travel

Sesame and Roquefort Biscuits

Adapted from Gourmet, Dec. 2004 These biscuits would probably not appeal to everyone as they are very “cheesy” but paired with a sweet wine they would be great. 147 more words

Mama's Cookie Book

Oh la vache! (Holy cow!)

There are more than 500 official cheeses in France. These are divided into 8 groups: blue cheeses, fresh cheeses, goat cheeses, pressed uncooked cheeses, pressed cooked cheeses, processed cheeses, soft bloomy rind cheeses, and soft washed rind cheeses. 3,853 more words

Parlez-Vous?

Glazed Figs with Roquefort and Pecans

Stuff very ripe glazed figs with Roquefort, drizzle with syrup and top with crushed pecans. This is a good nosh any time of the day, but especially late at night.

 

Mississippi

Millau Viaduct France- Structural Engineering Marvels.

The town of Millau once mostly known for their Roquefort cheese has added another must see “The Millau Viaduct”. The Millau Viaduct is one of the most popular bridges in the world. 140 more words

Architecture