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I don't know about you, but I can find myself in an intellectual as well as a culinary rut. Life can become so busy--even overwhelming--that I don't learn much in the way of new material and I prepare the same foods repeatedly.
Since September 3 is Welsh Rarebit Day (who knew?), I decided to learn about the dish's history and to prepare it for my family for our main course. I plan to serve sliced tomatoes and cucumbers as a side dish. In addition to the recipe in the Wikipedia cookbook, I found one in a Domestic Science Textbook from a century ago. I surmise that some sort of Cheddar cheese is meant by "American cheese" in the recipe.
If you already know about Welsh Rarebit, perhaps you could learn about and prepare Chicken Marengo, rumored to be one of the Little Corporal's favorites.