5.21.2012

Cheese of the Month: May


Last week we indulged in cheese the night before Steve's law school graduation (hooray! still so excited about this!).  We opened a bottle of champagne and enjoyed the following:

Cremont: This cheese is made by Vermont Butter & Cheese Creamery in Websterville, VT.  All that's pictured above is the label as we devoured the whole thing!  I didn't have time to take a picture until the next day, so you can see that we really enjoyed this cheese.  It was a delicious buttery goo.

Ewe's Blue:  This cheese is made by Old Chatham Sheepherding Company in Old Chatham, NY.  This is the kind of blue cheese I like.  It's not too intense, but is still strong and creamy.

Pawlet:  This cheese is made by Consider Bardwell Farm in West Pawlet, VT.  It's a mild satisfying cheese.  Lucy's Whey suggests pairing this with sliced apple, prosciutto, or nuts and we think that would be a great idea.  It sounds like a perfect snack!

8 comments:

  1. Holy crap it all looks amazing. Can already taste them with a French baguette and glass of red wine.

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  2. A cheese of the month club would be too dangerous for hubs and I, we both have self control issues when it comes to cheese...those look amazing.

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    1. We also have self control issues when it comes to cheese!

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  3. Yum! Tom and I were inspired by your whole "cheese of the month club" idea so lately we've been buying loads of different cheeses to try-and just in time for swimsuit season ;)

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    1. That's what we're going to start doing. This was the last month of official 'cheese of the month' but we're going to continue the tradition.

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  4. I love cheese, it's great to find new ones! :)

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  5. Oh my cheesy goodness!!! Seriously wish I could indulge in cheese all the time without the repercussions! XO brynn

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  6. that's it. we shall be friends forever. one day recently, i found there to be nothing in our fridge except a shameful variety of cheese. congrats to steve!! :)

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