Cheese Board

I have been into cheese boards lately: they look awesome, cheese is delicious and my guests are happy. If you serve a nice variety everyone can find something they like.

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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. 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).

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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:

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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 🙂

 

 

 

 

15 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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      1. My husband and I tried Uncle Rikuro in Osaka. The line was so long! Most people like to eat it fresh and hot from the oven, but I like to refrigerate it and eat it cold. 😻💕

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