Thursday/ any way you slice it (works for me)

I recently filled out a crossword clue that said ‘Source of milk for manchego cheese’. Answer: EWE.
As placed my Amazon Fresh order last week, there it was: sliced manchego cheese.
So I added it to my order, just out of curiosity.

Here’s the one-armed bandit opening his sliced cheese The slices are not squares, nor rectangles, though: they are little wedges.
(Manchego is a cheese made in the La Mancha region of Spain from the milk of sheep of the Manchega breed. It is aged between 60 days and 2 years  -Wikipedia).
Voila! .. it still works on my toast with slices of tomato.
It’s a firm cheese with a salty, zesty taste that is not overwhelming.
(As for slicing the tomato: as long as the tomato is still firm, I can pin it down with my right elbow and slice it OK with my clumsy left hand).

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