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Day 22: A book that makes you cry

If it’s any book that I’ll never read again as long as I breathe air it’s E. B. White’s Charlotte’s Web.

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I read that book as a young child and it tore me to bits and just thinking about it now… 

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Although it was a hard read for me, this story is about the beauty of friendship and how the right friends can transform our lives. This story was beautifully written, but I’ll never forgive Mr. White for the waterworks.

“What is a life anyway? We’re born. We live a little and then we die.” Charlotte

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50 Foods #23: Roquefort cheese

Origin: France
Date: 1411
Type: Blue cheese

Finally! A yummy topic!

If it’s one thing the French love besides their wine, it’s cheese. France is home to over 600 types of cheeses, but this has been a debate over the years with some reports claiming close to 1,000 while some say its closer to 400. Whatever the case may be, the French are proud to be a cheese consuming nation.

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The Roquefort cheese is a sheep milk goat cheese that originated in the South of France. Only cheeses produced in the caves of Mont Combalou near the village of Roquefort-sur-Soulzon in the Midi-Pyrenees region can legally and rightfully bear the name Roquefort. It is one of the world’s best-known blue cheese and sometimes called the ‘King of cheeses’.

The Roquefort serves a delightful palate when paired with a nice bottle of Sauvignon Blanc.

Would I eat it?: I love trying all kinds of cheese, so yes. 😋

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