[Milton-L] Milton and Cheese

Steve Fallon sfallon at nd.edu
Tue Apr 5 16:53:15 EDT 2016


My stomach agrees, Feisal, as do my taste buds.  I'm allergic to cow milk,
and goat is my go-to cheese.

Steve


On Tue, Apr 5, 2016 at 11:38 AM, Feisal Mohamed <f.mohamed00 at gmail.com>
wrote:

> A second attempt at this irresistible link (which turned up as broken for
> me in Estelle's original post):
>
> http://www.theguardian.com/books/picture/2016/apr/05/john-milton-made-of-stilton-author-portraits-in-food
>
> The artist's description also worth noting:
> “It was very hard to pick one name out of all the suggestions, but –
> speaking of cheese – I fell in love with John Stilton. In Norway Milton and
> stilton are treated the same: both are enjoyed only by connoisseurs. The
> difference between John Milton and John Stilton is the latter is fat,
> greasy and sticky. I had a hard time making him. The fridge in my office
> now serves as his temporary mausoleum; I suspect his odor will survive him,
> perhaps even the fridge.”
>
> I tend to think of Milton as more of a goat-cheese poet.
>
> Best to all,
> Feisal
>
>> hnmilton.org/ <http://johnmilton.org/>
>>
>
>
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