Cheese Board

On this board: Aged Cheddar, Camembert, Saint-Paulin, Oka. Don’t figs look so pretty?!!

I love to entertain and usually serve at least 3 courses: appetizer, main, dessert. Mains and desserts happen to be the dishes that I have been inspired to cook for that particular dinner party, but appetizers can stress me out sometimes. So lately I have been into cheese boards: they look awesome, cheese is delicious and my guests are happy. If you serve a nice variety everyone can find something they like.  Cheeses can also be brought out for dessert to supplement whatever is on the menu. Later I eat the leftovers for lunch. Cheese is the all around winner! Oh, and don’t forget the wine (recently, I have been favouring Rosé).

On this board: Balderson, Camembert, Irish Cheddar, Goat Cheese, Blue Cheese

Before it became a pretty cheese board and your daughter was determined to get under your feet:

My little one was ‘helping out’ and I did not want to crop out her little hand 🙂

And onto the dinner table:

Served home homemade biscuits, crackers and hummus. Also, I need to get some fancy cheese knives

What are your favourite cheeses? I would love to know 🙂





8 thoughts on “Cheese Board

  1. I love Boursin, a French cream cheese with herbs and garlic, Brie, Camembert, Red Dragon, a Welsh cheese with ale and mustard seeds, Cornish Yarg, Blue cheese, goat cheese, halloumi – pretty much most cheeses honestly

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    1. To be quite frank, I don’t think that I have ever met a cheese I didn’t like (with the exception of those Kraft slices, which are not even cheese). And I have a great recipe for a zucchini soup with Boursin, I should make a post about it.

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