Category Archives: cheese
Despite the plethora of cheese that is produced and sold in this country, cheesecake is lacking in France.
“No dessert for me,” she said. “Ok.” Then I showed up with these and her head popped up. “On second thought…”
Last week Bastien bought cheese from a nearby farm. Delicious for the amateurs of cheese that we are, the round form in its wooden box sparked an interesting conversation.
The tarte au maroilles, or better described as “the stinky cheese tart” as my brother-in-law has put it, is native to the north of France.
finely sliced apples, tart and creamy goat cheese, drizzled with honey, sprinkled with fresh picked thyme, topped with a walnut
Bastien has a great eye for dressing a plate. He doesn’t cook often, but when he does, it’s delicious. This salad is the classic marriage of a strong blue cheese, roquefort, with pears and walnuts. Roquefort has a balance of
Creamy local cheese, country pâté with cornichons, saucisse, and mimolette on a crusty brown bread.