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Tag: chevre

#fromagefriday: Chèvre Cendré (goat cheese rolled in ashes)

#fromagefriday: Chèvre Cendré (goat cheese rolled in ashes)

One of my favorite pastimes of my life in France is exploring the more than 400 different types of cheese (some say there are more than 1,000, but I’ll let smarter people debate that). Nearly each week when I go to the farmer’s market, I […]

Grilled Cheese Review #4: Chevre Frais and Fourme d’Ambert

Grilled Cheese Review #4: Chevre Frais and Fourme d’Ambert

NOTE: This post originally appeared on danielwaldman.com. It’s been quite a while since I last posted a grilled cheese review. It isn’t that I haven’t been eating them (I have). It’s that I’ve just been a little busy between trying to recreate Thanksgiving in France, […]

Grilled Cheese Review #3: Tomme Brebis Chevre with Saucisson Sec

Grilled Cheese Review #3: Tomme Brebis Chevre with Saucisson Sec

NOTE: This post originally appeared on danielwaldman.com. After experimenting with a few soft cheeses, I thought it’d be a good idea to move onto some semi-soft cheeses. These types of cheeses tend to melt more easily, and are often (but not always) fairly mild in […]