Friday, February 06, 2004

This seems strangely accurate (via ever so humble). My cheese rating is Hipi Iti. Hipi Iti is a semi-soft New Zealand cheese. It is made from sheep's milk that gives a sweet, caramel taste. The name means "little sheep" in Maori. The cheese ripens in two months, and is similar to Feta.
When the animator wakes I shall ask him to confirm that I give a sweet, caramel taste.

The animator's cheese rating is: Oaxaca. Oaxaca is a stringy, semi-soft Mexican cheese, also known as Asadero. It is used in sandwiches, or melted on cooked foods such as pizza or nachos.
Pizza and nachos - oh yes, they know him well.

Housemate's cheese rating is: Mascarpone. A soft white cream cheese with a mild taste. Mascarpone is thought to have originated in the area between Lodi and Abbiategrasso, south and west of Milan, in the late 16th or early 17th century. It is not actually a cheese at all, being the result of a culture being added to the cream skimmed off the milk used when making Parmesan, and as such, it is suitable for vegetarians. It is often used in Italian desserts.
Housemate loves puddings.

I'm already planning a three-course dinner party menu based on this tool of deep psychological insight.

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