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[cheese] What we ate at the Cancerversary party

Along with chips and dip and Dove chocolate and numerous varieties of drink and several yummy breads, including a divine quarter wheel of pugliese, we had cheese. Also some nice cured meats. And cheese. And some truly yummy olives. Did I mention the cheese?

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Jamon Serrano, a Spanish ham similar to proscuitto

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Two very fine spicy salamis, and a retail salami

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Jamon Iberico, just because — note the price per pound

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Mmm, olives

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The St. Marcellin disappointed by being a little too ripe

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Brillat Savarin was a bit long in the tooth as well, but still full of that triple creme goodness

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Pastor picon is one of my favorite bleus, full of life

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Cotswold, because how can you go wrong with onions and chives?

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Ewephoria was new to my cheese board, a sweet and tangy sheep’s milk cheese

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Sottocenere al tartuffo, my go-to favorite cheese ever

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Morbier affine is very nice, too

Photos © 2012, Joseph E. Lake, Jr.

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