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Such a good thing. I was on a high today anyway. The writing is going well, and I'm on the mend from a bad sore throat, but this is the best food item in ages.

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Bryan wrote:

Such a good thing. I was on a high today anyway. The writing is
going well, and I'm on the mend from a bad sore throat, but this is
the best food item in ages.


A cheese I usually find rolled in ham is "tomino", the male diminutive form
of "toma". They rock heated on a hotplate until melted inside, but I never
bougth those with ham because I fear that in the time the tomini melt the
ham would just burn.

Here's a picture, something tells me these must be done in the oven:
http://missispepper.files.wordpress....3/dscf2904.jpg

And these are the unwrapped ones, just as I do them:
http://www.ideericetteincucina.it/wp...40-300x225.jpg
http://www.ideericetteincucina.it/wp...42-300x225.jpg
http://www.ideericetteincucina.it/wp...50-300x225.jpg
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On Tuesday, April 30, 2013 6:50:52 AM UTC-5, ViLco wrote:
Bryan wrote:



Such a good thing. I was on a high today anyway. The writing is


going well, and I'm on the mend from a bad sore throat, but this is


the best food item in ages.




A cheese I usually find rolled in ham is "tomino", the male diminutive form

of "toma". They rock heated on a hotplate until melted inside, but I never

bougth those with ham because I fear that in the time the tomini melt the

ham would just burn.



It would never occur to me to eat it any way but unheated. I just sliced it thinly, and let it come to room temperature.

--Bryan


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