[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?
Jamon Serrano, a Spanish ham similar to proscuitto
Two very fine spicy salamis, and a retail salami
Jamon Iberico, just because — note the price per pound
The St. Marcellin disappointed by being a little too ripe
Brillat Savarin was a bit long in the tooth as well, but still full of that triple creme goodness
Pastor picon is one of my favorite bleus, full of life
Cotswold, because how can you go wrong with onions and chives?
Ewephoria was new to my cheese board, a sweet and tangy sheep’s milk cheese
Sottocenere al tartuffo, my go-to favorite cheese ever
Morbier affine is very nice, too
Photos © 2012, Joseph E. Lake, Jr.
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Posted: 3:33 am Mon April 30 2012 |
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