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Cheese Addict? The Science of Fromage Fondness Investigated


As a cheese blogger, I consume quite a bit of fromage for research (and because it’s pretty awesome). When I travel, I spend at least a quarter of my time hunting down local cheese shops and sampling their wares. I am in constant contact with my local cheesemongers to find out when new and seasonal cheeses are available and have them hold me a wedge or two. I do all this because I love cheese the taste of cheese, not because I am addicted. Or am I? Continue reading


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Review: La Clochette Chevre Affinee rings a bell

Image: Picnics Fine Foods

Since I am not a chef (or even decent cook, for that matter) my contribution to the holiday festivities is that I always bring the cheese board. While this may seem like a cop-out of a task, it’s not easy finding complimentary cheeses that will please all palates.  Milk types, pate color and flavor intensity all come into play when making selections.

This Independence Day, I went with a fully represented board of the four top milk choices: cow, sheep, goat, and even buffalo.  While all the selections were hits, the goat’s milk  La Clochette was the clear winner of the bunch. Continue reading


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