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    For your next wine tasting party

    Dib's
    Sat Apr 28, 2012 6:16 pm
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    might you consider.......

    Making your own Soft Cheese at Home?

    It's dead easy, fun to do, in the majority of cases costs a lot less and with a few outrageous crackers, dry salami's...the next host will have a lot to live up to icon_cool.gif
    alligirl
    Sun Apr 29, 2012 9:07 am
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    Dibs, thank you for posting a link to that great information. Looks like making cheese is a lot easier than I thought! I've made boursin before, but am really interested in fresh mozzarella! yummy.gif

    Thanks for sharing!
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