Just tasted my first Bulgarian Cheese : Kashkaval , made with Sheep milk

While browsing the cheese counter at my local Whole Foods, i found a cheese that i never tried, Kashkaval. Kashkaval is a Bulgarian version of Italy's Caciocavallo ('cheese on horseback') cheese. Made with sheep's milk it is mild and semi-firm and popular with people from Mediterranean and Eastern European origin.
Getting firmer when it ages, it  becomes a good grating cheese.

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Entertaining interview of writer Hari Kunzru in the FT week-end

Jun 27
British-Indian writer Hari Kunzu whose second novel 'Transmission' was recently published in Paperback gave an entertaining interview to the Financial Times this past week-end. He makes no bones of using a 'lifestyle management' company (what I would call a 'personal assistant' or 'concierge') during the renovation of his house so he could do research on his next project.
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Our first E-Book : working title: 'the 10 commandments of lifestyle management' is in the works

Jun 29
After a conversation with our friend Jay Jacobs , it started making sense to expand on some of the topics covered by this blog in book form. So we started working on an e-book, tentatively titled : " The 10 commandments of Lifestyle management". It should be available late August-early September. We will keep you posted

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