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Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Humble Cheese.

Posted By on Tue, Jul 14, 2009 at 3:50 AM


Others may think it's common and unsuitable for fine restaurant fare, but there's something about pimento cheese that's always made me happy.  Finding it on the menu at a local establishment in those rare instances usually brings about a round of curiosity in me, followed oft-times by disappointment when it's delivered and turns out to be of the pasteurized processed consumer foods variety.  Imagine my joy to discover it at Taziki's, the local Greek fare eatery that specializes in all those things we consider "Greek Eats."  One of just two places I know of that do it up anywhere close to right.  Read more about both places at Tie Dye Travels

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