Monthly Archives: April 2011

What happened!?

Remember when I was super excited about this blog and trying to update frequently. When was that, like 2 weeks ago? And you were all encouraging me and suggesting cheeses for me to try and offering constructive criticism about how … Continue reading

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Cowgirl Creamery St. Pat

Cowgirl Creamery is at the top of their game right now, as far as being a “must-try” brand. Everywhere I look, people are singing their praises. By everywhere, I mean cheese people. So without researching which cheese to pick up, … Continue reading

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For those of you looking for some cheese adventures

This post from another (better and more established) cheese blog can help you ask the right questions at your local cheese counter.

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Emmi Kaltbach Cave Aged Gruyere

2 things before I tell you about today’s cheese: 1. I’ve actually been to Gruyere, the idyllic town in the mountains of Switzerland famous for its cheese, and less famous for the H.R Giger museum. I’ve dipped bread and apples … Continue reading

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Jasper Hill Bayley Hazen Blue

So a little history before I get into this cheese… #1- i love blue cheeses. i love a lot of cheeses, but blue remains one of my go to varieties. i love the gym sock smell and the ripe taste. … Continue reading

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Brillat Savarin update

The Brillat Savarin on a baguette with some carob honey drizzled on it is the new greatest thing of the week. It’s only Monday though, so we’ll see if it has staying power.

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Istara P’Tit Basque

So I had remembered reading on another blog about the basket weave rind on Machengo, and it was in the back of my mind when I saw this cheese, so I figured I’d try it out. This is a raw … Continue reading

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And so we begin

As the historic first cheese I ever blog about, let’s start with Brillat Savarin. First off, this cheese is super moist. So much so that the hunk I bought was in a plastic container instead of being done up in … Continue reading

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I eat a lot of cheeses…

…but I can never remember what it is i’ve tried before. So I’ve decided to make a sort of online notebook to help me remember. This is also a test to see if i stick with it. I enjoy telling … Continue reading

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