2B - Thursday, March 11 2010
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ZINGERMAN'S NOODLES & CO.
Ierfectly cooked pasta with creamy, Mac and cheese is a simple dish and
fondue-like sauce and just a hint of two- Noodles's version of the American clas-
year old Vermont cheddar riding over sic is just that: simple and plain. You get
the whole dish? That's a hpll yes, friends. a heap of noodles smothered in creamy
And those Zingerman's wizards must cheese with a massive pile of grated jack
have taken a blow torch to the plate to and cheddar on top. After stirring it all
get that perfect, caramelized crust. Is ita together the pasta becomes too sticky for
bit expensive (with $2 more for requisite my taste. It's a good attempt, but doesn't
bacon)? Sure. Worth it? See for yourself. stack up against Kraft's Pokemon shapes.
MACARONI AND CHEESE
GRIZZLY PEAK THE BLUE TRACTOR
The mac and cheese is served to you The three-cheese mac and cheese
resemblingspiced, yellowlava. It's lumpy, served at one of Ann Arbor's few legiti-
bubbling hot and oozing with pungent mate BBQ establishments is big. Really
smells. But once it cools off, you can big. And kind of pricey. But you'd be hard-
immerse yourself in its goodness. While pressed to find a bowl of noodles any-
the pasta is well cooked and the cheese is where else that's quite as ooey-gooey or
generously applied, there isn't too strong fork-scrapingly delicious. The best part?
of a flavor kick. While still tasty, it's Definitely the generous layer of bread-
underwhelming compared to its look. crumb crust skimming the top.
AND THE WINNER IS: THE BLUE TRACTOR
LAST WEEK'S RESULTS:
Rich Rodriguez walks onto the field, sure of his future employment and
carrying a vial of his crocodile tears. The NCAA, more of a concept than a
warrior, pervades the air, making Rodriguez feel wary, guilty and just gener-
ally uncomfortable. Rodriguez looks from side to side, worried he is being
watched by the omnipresent NCAA. The NCAA makes no moves, lulling
Rodriguez into a false sense of security. Rodriguez starts to work out when
BABAM! The NCAA kicks him in the face out of nowhere. The NCAA wins.
WINNER: THE NCAA
The Daily Arts weekly show
"Accost'd" continues with more
belligerent entertainment action.
To find out who your fellow
University fashionistas are
wearing, watch the stylish,
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Because boredom doesn't end
when your cash flow does
It's a chance to play pool, to free!
Union Billards Room, 6:30 p.m.
Walter Frisch appreciates Arlene
202 S. Thayer, 5p.m.
Symphony Band Concert
Pretty music, fo free!
Hill Auditorium, 8p.m.
One Day Runway , y M
Watch a runway show and fashio \
competition! Fo free, of course!
Walgreen Drama Center Studio!1,
Masters Recital: Stijn De Cock
Piano music, fo free!
Walgreen Drama Center, 8 p.m.
ON THE DAILY
. Capturing brotherly
love on camera: Check out
oar photo slideshow ofTheAvett
Brothers in concertat the Michigan
Theater. Lose yourself in the psych-
. Messing with the
Marmaduke: The anonymous
Joe Mathlete adds his own
explanations to the classic Mar-
maduke comic and turns the dog
into a total fucking badass.
* Eavesdropping on the
East Coast and burning on
the West Coast: In this week's
online diversions, read what those
zany New Yorkers are talking about,
then check in and make sure that
California hasn't burned down.
THIS WEEK'S FIGHT:
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