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Old 09-04-2007, 01:39 AM   #11
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Constance, I stopped using buffalo mozzarella with my fresh tomatoes a few years ago, when I admitted to myself that, tradition schmadition, the stuff is way too bland, no matter where you get it.
sadly, i'd have to agree. bufala mozz is a cheese that's flavor is all in the beasts that produce the milk, and how fresh the cheese is. americano bufala cheese ain't cuttin' it.

there's a few places in the city that you can get good, fresh, imported bufala mozz, and to paraphrase seinfeld, "it's real, and it's spectacular!"

i love a good greek salad too, gossie. don't forget the anchovies, greek evoo, and dolmades.

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Old 09-04-2007, 07:47 AM   #12
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That sounds fabulous!! I LOVE feta cheese, & nearly always have a block of it in the fridge. I stir it into cooked spinach, stuff chicken breasts with it, & sprinkle it over broiled fish - particularly strong fish like bluefish & mackerel. It's also a key ingredient in my favorite canned bean salad.

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