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So, so," said the gentleman to himself at this; "our worthy knight has shown of what sort he is; the curds, no doubt, have softened his skull and brought his brains to a head.
The keeper obeyed, and Don Quixote, fixing on the point of his lance the cloth he had wiped his face with after the deluge of curds, proceeded to recall the others, who still continued to fly, looking back at every step, all in a body, the gentleman bringing up the rear.
The first part of his history had not yet reached him, for, had he read it, the amazement with which his words and deeds filled him would have vanished, as he would then have understood the nature of his madness; but knowing nothing of it, he took him to be rational one moment, and crazy the next, for what he said was sensible, elegant, and well expressed, and what he did, absurd, rash, and foolish; and said he to himself, "What could be madder than putting on a helmet full of curds, and then persuading oneself that enchanters are softening one's skull; or what could be greater rashness and folly than wanting to fight lions tooth and nail?
Welsh Lady Preserves' new Apple and Cinnamon Curd fought off stiff competition to win two awards -- Best Welsh speciality and Best British speciality.
A spoonful of lemon curd is a bright antidote to our darkest, dankest months here in the Northwest.
Not many of us can say we hate it, since our major contact with the soybean curd product has been pushing aside those springy little cubes at the bottom of a bowl of miso soup in a Japanese restaurant.
Nothing goes with a frosty mug of our famous A&W Root Beer like an order of our Curiously Delicious(TM) Cheese Curds," said Bill Ruby, Director of Marketing for A&W All American Food.
Stir the curds every five minutes to prevent matting.
Now, with a ladle or dipper, you may put the curds and whey into the molds.
To more easily remove the rennet from the curds when making cheese, tie the rennet sections together with a string before immerrsing them.
When it has stopped dripping, place the curds in a cheese press.
Its apple and cinnamon curd fought off stiff competition to win two speciality categories, Best British Speciality - which is sponsored by Food From Britain - and Best Welsh Speciality, sponsored by the WDA Food Directorate.
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