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 Gaperon
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Gaperon is a mild cheese enhanced by garlic and cracked black pepper. Originally the cheese incorporated buttermilk in The recipe. In the Auvergne dialect the word gap or gape translates to buttermilk. After butter production the remaining Buttermilk would be used in the cheese making. Though it no longer contains buttermilk, the flavor is still mildly tangy and Made even more popular by the garlic and pepper.
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 Maroilles AOC
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A monk appaerently invented Maroilles in 960 at the Abbey of Maroilles. It celebrated its 1000th birthday in 1961 with a mass performed in its honor. The texture is spreadable though quite thick and densely creamy. The aroma is strong, pungent and smelly however the flavor should not convey those same characteristics unless it's too old or overripe. The flavor should be a blend of strong cheesey flavor, some fruitiness and finish with a pleasant saltiness.
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 Taleggio DOP
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Taleggio shares a history with Gorgonzola in that it was also originally a product of the tired or stracca cattle that Needed to be milked after returning from the long climbs down from summer pastures. The making of Taleggio is believed to go Back to the tenth or eleventh century, with the first documents mentioning the cheese, along with grana, in the year 1200. However, until the early 1900's it was simply called 'stracchino': a name which is still used, especially in Lombardy, and Which defines not so much a specific cheese, as the large family of soft, square-shaped cheeses very popular in the region? The Rind in an intense burnished orange-brown color with several molds and the stamp indicating it is a true Taleggio. It is a Wonderfully distinctive cheese with a wide range of flavors including a meaty richness, accented with yeasty, fruity qualities And a tangy, salty bite. When ripe it should be creamy with a dry, but not cracked rind. And has a very pungent aroma.
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 Mascarpone
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The name of this cheese apparently derives from mascarpa, a by-product extracted from the whey left over from making Stracchino. A more colorful entomology of the name's origin is the Spanish expression "mas que bueno" ("more than good"). This fresh, 75% butter-fat traditional dairy product has been coagulated with lemon juice and allowed to drain resulting in a smooth, ultra-creamy texture and mild buttery flavor.
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 3 lb 12 Portion Case Of Banon Feuille Vache
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The family of Banon cheeses traditionally comes from the Provence area and may be made from cow's milk, vache, Goat's milk or a combination. The cheeses are immersed in eau-de-vie then allowed to age in a chestnut leaf. This cow's Milk version develops a rustic woodsy character from the leaf, and with age will become strong and soft.
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 Petit Livarot AOC
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An ancient cheese of Normandy, created by monks, it takes its name from the town of Livarot. Historically, it is nicknamed "The Colonel" because it is banded with five stripes like a French Colonel. These were originally pieces of a sedge grass to help the cheese keep its shape but are now pieces of orange-colored paper. Typical of washed rind cheeses, Livarot is not for the meek. The aroma can be strong and smelly with bold, spicy flavors on the palate.
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 3.5 lb Portion Of Grand Pont L'Eveque AOC
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This is another ancient Norman cheese made in the area of its namesake in town. Though still a washed rind Cheese, it is much more restrained that Livarot. The rind is generally not as moist and smelly, but rather with a grassy and Mellow bouquet. The flavor is savory, reminiscent of Camembert, with a rich, creamy texture.
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 Petit Pont L'Eveque AOC
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This is another ancient norman cheese made in the area of its namesake in town. Though still a washed rind cheese, it is much more restrained that Livarot. The rind is generally not as moist and smelly, but rather with a grassy and mellow bouquet. The flavor is savory, reminiscent of Camembert, with a rich, creamy texture. This smaller version of Pont L'Eveque will ripen more more quickly than the Grand Pont L'Eveque which we also carry.
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 L'Edel de Cleron coupe
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This cheese is loosely based on several that play an important role in traditional French and Swiss mountain Cheeses. It is made from gently pasteurized cow's milk, banded with a strip of bark and aged to develop the oozy, runny Character of the real cheeses called Vacherin du Haut Doubs or Vacherin Mont d'Or. The French and Swiss both are credited With the introduction of this style of cheese which are basically identical except that the Swiss use pasteurized milk and the French use raw milk. The tradition of production stems from the climate and difficulties of living in the mountains; when the Winters came it was literally impossible to deliver milk to the Comte, or Abondance cooperatives, so people made smaller Cheeses for home use that could be eaten within weeks. These young cheeses were fairly fragile and so were banded with bark (Spruce, fir or pine) to hold the shape for storage and serving. Even now these cheeses are best eaten from late fall to Spring when the milk is most suitable for this type of cheese. In the US we have to make due with faux Vacherin due to a listeria problem in 1983, from a batch of contaminated pasteurized Swiss Vacherin. The result is that no Vacherin, Swiss or French may be imported. Ecorce de Sapin, which we also carry, is another cheese made by Perrin in the same manner that Develops a more earthy character and is not as milky in flavor. The flavor of L'Edel de Cleron is perfumed with scents of the Forest and a slight resinous aspect from the bark. The texture is very rich and creamy.
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 Petit L'Edel de Cleron
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This cheese is loosely based on several that play an important role in traditional French and Swiss mountain cheeses. It is made from gently pasteurized cow's milk, banded with a strip of bark and aged to develop the oozy, runny character of the real cheeses called Vacherin du Haut Doubs or Vacherin Mont d'Or. The French and Swiss both are credited with the introduction of this style of cheese which are basically identical except that the Swiss use pasteurized milk and the French use raw milk. The tradition of production stems from the climate and difficulties of living in the mountains; when the winters came it was literally impossible to deliver milk to the Comte, or Abondance cooperatives, so people made smaller cheeses for home use that could be eaten within weeks. These young cheeses were fairly fragile and so were banded with bark (spruce, fir or pine) to hold the shape for storage and serving. Even now these cheeses are best eaten from late fall to spring when the milk is most suitable for this type of cheese. In the US we have to make due with faux Vacherin due to a listeria problem in 1983, from a batch of contaminated pasteurized Swiss Vacherin. The result is that no Vacherin, Swiss or French may be imported. Ecorce de Sapin, which we also carry, is another cheese made by Perrin in the same manner that develops a more earthy character and is not as milky in flavor. The flavor of L'Edel de Cleron is perfumed with scents of the forest and a slight resinous aspect from the bark. The texture is very rich and creamy. This is a smaller version of the L'Edel de Cleron coupe, and will ripen more quickly.
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