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Gooey, Smelly Cheese from France

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RT will gladly confess himself a snob on the matter of French cheese. He blissfully remembers the first time he walked into a marche de fromage (cheese market) in Paris. The large, metal-roofed hall was filled with a wonderful musty odor–herald of the wonderful taste experiences on offer. He will also admit that the first time a merchants sliced open a round of fresh camembert for his tasting, he was put off by the gooey stuff in the middle. But a few samples on slices of baguette was all it took to persuade him of the culinary superiority of fresh, hand-made cheese: the fresher, the stinkier, the better. I mean, it was even better than chocolate eclairs–seriously!!

Surely, there must be a circle in heaven where people do nothing but sample cheese and sip wine all the day long…   RT

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PhotoCamembert et petit Pont-l’évêque. Author: Michel d’Auge. WikiCmns; CC 1.0 generic.

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  1. September 13, 2013 at 9:44 pm

    the best cheese ever especially unpasteurized !

  2. September 15, 2013 at 4:45 am

    an: & a true sign of sophistication! RT

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