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Pear chutney

For the Cheese Fiend! Pear Chutney Recipe: This is a deliciously wintry pear chutney that goes well with Poppy and sesame seed crackers. Why not give both, with some artisan cheese, as a Christmas present?

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Cumberland

Cumberland: A tomme style, natural-rinded cheese made exactly in the style of Tomme de Savoie, except that it's made with whole milk instead of the traditional skimmed.

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An infographic that explains what artisan cheese is, with different regional cheese explained and tips on how to make your own >>  https://www.finedininglovers.com/blog/food-drinks/artisan-cheese-infographic/

What is Artisan Cheese?

An infographic that explains what artisan cheese is, with different regional cheese explained and tips on how to make your own >> https://www.finedininglovers.com/blog/food-drinks/artisan-cheese-infographic/

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Real Cream Cheese

Artisan Cheese Making at Home...This will be my next endeavor! (likely won't be able to happen until summer vacation)

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New Year's Parties: Eight Fantastic Flavors Worth the Splurge

Which flavors do you think are worth a little splurge for New Year's Eve?

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Canestrato (Casa Madaio)

Canestrato: Produced throughout Italy’s south, this is a basket cheese with variations rife throughout the regions. Historically significant, the expressions are endless: here is a version made from 100% ewe’s milk in Campania, the shin of the boot.

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Cendré d'Olivet is an artisanal cheese made in the town of Olivet on the Loire River in France. It is a soft-white cheese of round shape with ash-gray, natural rind. Made from unpasteurised, cow's milk, this cheese is very similar to Olivet au Foin & Olivet au Poivre, but is cured for three months in wood ash from vines. The slow curing process gives the cheese a rather pungent, spicy aroma.

Rigotte, also known as Rigotte de Condrieu is a type of artisanal cheese made in the Lyonnaise region of France. Rigotte can be eaten fresh but the actual flavours develops on maturity. The pate will become slightly moist & the rind nearly dry & finely wrinkled. A nutty, delicate flavour of honey & acacia will leave a wonderful taste in the mouth. It goes with Condrieu, red wines like Cornas & may be a white St. Joseph.