On Excavating a Recipe from the Past

There is a legend, maybe it’s true, of some really expert cook who does not like to share some very favorite, exquisite recipe – it often a grandmother is featured in the narrative, grandmothers never deceive, right? This cook, when finally convinced to share the valued recipe, leaves out one key ingredient.

And so (thank you Nancy) here is the missing blue cheese! I am so sorry to have left it out; the omission was inadvertent, not malevolent.

8 ounces of blue cheese is needed in this amazing Blue cheese cake! Give it a try and let me know what you think!

My apologies dear readers!

Creatively Annette

A long-time friend of Constant Companion was in town for a recent weekend. They were great buddies in past Peace Corps times in Morocco and have kept in touch over the years. The friend entered the Diplomatic Corps; Constant Companion went in his own directions. They both collected a wide range of friends in many of the places they found themselves. For a long time, the friend had a pied a terre here, but he recently sold it and finally moved his storage elsewhere. Clearing that up was what brought him for this visit, though he needs no excuse!

A varied group of people who know our visitor from his many postings abroad and stateside, including our family, now happen to live in the area. When he honors all of us with his presence, one couple in particular hosts the motley crew for an afternoon (and evening) of memories, food…

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