Saturday, July 19, 2008

Cheese

Ah, cheese. This summer we're selling it and eating it. Some look awesome, some look nasty, but they all taste great!





5 comments:

Chrysalis said...

that is the strangest looking cheese I have ever seen!
I lost a daughter in 2000, but I have never written about the whole thing in bloggyland. I might do that, having seen yours.

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Lefdawg said...

I LOVE CHEESE! IT ALL LOOKS SOOOO GOOD TO ME!

Becky said...

For us uneducated cheese-lovers, would you fill us in on what they all are??

gavin said...

The image at the top of the post is DISGUSTING....

Matt said...

From the top:

1.) The Wabash Cannonball: its a young goat cheese rolled in a vegetable ash. Much less frightening than it looks-- a tame goat cheese with some fruity notes in the background.

2.) Texochilli Cheddar: a mild white cheddar with smoked chipotle pepper.

3.) Merieke Gouda with Nettles: a gouda aged 11 months flavored with nettles. Buttery rich with a hint of toasted caramel and the slightest bit of herb flavor.

4.) Smoked Gouda: a mild soft gouda smoked with applewood.

5.) Fresh Goat Cheese: crumble it cold on a salad or melted on pasta/pizza/anything else.

6.) White Cheddar Curds: young, squeeky, rubbery, mild. Comes in plain or Garlic and Dill.