Category Archives: French cheese

Ultimate winter meal: cheese fondue

One crucial part of my food development is the five months I spent in Grenoble, France during my junior year in college.  As a matter of fact, it is where I met the one and only Lady Gouda, our friendship cemented over many, many meals.  Grenoble … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving: The final countdown, a few cheeses, and a favorite appetizer!

Even though some of you may be expecting Eating the Rind’s greatest Thanksgiving hits, what you are about to read is not your typical recipe run through of all the turkey day heavy hitters.  In fact, I hope you’re not scrambling for … Continue reading

Posted in appetizers, autumn, British cheese, cider, cow's milk cheese, cranberry, entertaining, French cheese, goat cheese, Italian cheese, sheep's milk cheese, Thanksgiving, washed-rind cheese | 5 Comments

I love condiments: Ginger Peach Chutney

With literally dozens of peaches left over from my jamming session with Becky, I was sent home with about twelve peaches approaching perfect ripeness.  Seeing as though there would be no one besides me and the hubby to devour any … Continue reading

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Eating the rind–a metaphor?

“Can I eat the rind of this cheese?”  Probably one of the most commonly asked questions in the world of fromage, with the answer usually a resounding yes.  Obviously it is best to avoid cheese wrapped in cloth, wax, or other inedible … Continue reading

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