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Friday, February 03, 2006

Skeezy Cheeses

There's different ways to measure a neighborhood. One that just occurred to me was that I don't live in a neighborhood where it's easy to find skeezy cheeses. This is a highly telling tidbit about what sort of place it is. I just got done having a conversation where I asked a friend to bring skeezy cheese from his neighborhood and that I'd be able to buy plenty of Kraft Singles where I live.

Ah well, my neighborhood is interesting in it's own ways, but I do miss the Milk Pail. There are few things as lovely as fresh produce, yummy sausages, and a good gruyere in a crepe for breakfast. I mean, they've got six or seven varieties of gruyere! It's like heaven!

2 Comments:

  • Yes, That reminds me that I must visit Berkeley Cheese board (purely on principle, not because I actually need anything right now :) )

    By Blogger Chris S, at 11:01 AM  

  • It's odd, what you call Skeezy cheese, I think of as 'real cheese' that is, cheese that has been aged and has a mold covering to it. Whereas kraft singles I tend to think of as cheese-like food.

    By Blogger Chris S, at 2:26 PM  

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