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This recipe was part of the Food Fight: Macaroni and Cheese Challenge which ended Feb 29, 2008 04:00 PM.
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VOTE 21

Total Time: Twenty minutes

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Makes: One bowl

There is much to be said for the power of comfort food—but I won’t. The last hundred paws of a brisk and long walk with poodles included a debate to introduce the Cotswold to pastina. I did, then said a prayer to my ancestors. It was delicious. Sometimes I like to get fancy like that with the pastina..

Instructions

  1. 1Pour pastina into a small pot of boiling water and let cook until just before al dente.
  2. 2Drain water through a colander—with small enough holes so you won’t lose your stars down the drain—and return pastina to the small pot.
  3. 3Adjust the burner to halfway of what it took to boil the water.
  4. 4Add a pat of good butter, a quick pour of skim milk, Cotswold, and extra sharp cheddar.
  5. 5Stir with a slant edge wood spatula until everything is well-mixed.
  6. 6Serve in your favourite bowl dressed with grated Parmesan, cracked piper, and many shakes from the XXXhot bottle.

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