Cheese - The Ultimate Food

>> Thursday, May 21, 2009

Taking it back old school I decided to re-post this again. Annie's parents are coming in town and she asked me what kind of cheese she should get for her parents and without hesitation I said "Port Salut!" Read below my previous review which still reigns true:

For my first product review I am going to discuss something that could possibly be one of my greatest culinary passions: cheese. So yeah, I'm a member of the cheese of the month club, courtesy of a Christmas present from my wonderful dad.

Every two months (I know, I said cheese of the month club, but bi-cheese of the month club is a mouthful, calm down) I get 3 new cheeses. One that has apparently left a profound impact on me is the Port Salut and yes, its French, but no, it is NOT stinky, in fact it is awesome.

Imagine a muenster cheese, that is a lot softer and milder in taste. So the next time you put cheese out at a party spare your guests of the typical spread, with havarti and cheddar, and take a closer look and pick up Port Salut (may be called SAFR Port Salut) everyone will think you're a lot classier and if possible, more awesome. Pair that sucker with some fruit and a nice white wine and everyone will love you. At least I will.


Ilovetoeat May 12, 2008 at 11:02 AM  

Do you have a favorite cracker you like? I love french cheese on Carr's myself That with a bottle of full bodied red wine and I'm ready for amovie

Lisa Young May 12, 2008 at 5:25 PM  

RENEE Nicole, this is sooooo cool! I have bookmarked ya & will be checking DAILY! Enjoy the blogging & don't forget to get to the gym after all your taste testing!! :) Love ya lots,
Your Cuz,

Bubba56 May 12, 2008 at 8:51 PM  

Renee this is Sick!!!! like this is so cool. Did you run the script for this website cuz that's pretty impressive. Anyways this is really really cool and its making me crave some parmasean (ignore spelling lol) ill be checking it everyday!!

Your baby bro

Unknown May 15, 2008 at 12:54 PM  

Renee, my sweet niece----
I really hope you don't have anything against stinky cheeses (aka "food of the gods.") I know that we all have our preferences, but you must give these odorous dairy products a fair shake! IMHO, a perfectly ripened Stilton accompanied by a juicy Bosc pear and a glass of something red is a combo made in heaven (and it's called "dinner" at my house at least twice a week!) I'm looking forward to reading about your adventures. Wish I could join you!! I have you on my Bloglines list, so I'll check in whenever possible. Good luck!
Love, Aunt Cathy

Ilovetoeat May 19, 2008 at 1:38 AM  

Thanks Renee ... (Edit / Delete)
Joseph Hulvey - TJH317@COMCAST.NET - 5/18/2008

for the recommendation on the Port Salut. Bought it for a birthday dinner party and it was a hit. Haven't had the time to figure out what to do to add a message on your blog so I thought I would at least say THANKS here! Me and my friends are cheese-aholics too so it was a treat that no one had tried before.


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