Pavé De Boeuf with Roquefort Sauce and Gratin Potatoes - A fancy dish for Roquefort lovers 0Some people like to eat their Roquefort on its own, some like to eat it as part of a cheese board, others like to cook with it. If you want to give the cooking option a go, here is a fancy dish you can try. It will be sure to impress your guests.
Coeur de Bray - From the hearts of maids 0Although it is easy to assume, not everything heart-shaped
relates to the commercial reality that is Valentine’s Day. This
famous French cheese links back 1000 years, however, was
made famous during the Hundred Years’ War of 1337 to 1453.
The battle was on for the succession to the French throne
between the Kingdoms of England and France.
Roquefort - The King of French Cheese 0In a country of brilliant cheese, being declared “Le Roi des
fromages” (The King of Cheeses), is no short task. Over the
centuries, Roquefort has captivated all who have tasted it, from
Julius Caesar to Denis Diderot.
Saint Agur - Double Cream or Blue? 0You know you’re on to a winner when a cheese crosses over into
two categories of soft and blue! This cheese is so creamy that it
is actually classified as a double cream cheese. After 3 months of
maturation to get the blue veins running through it, this cheese
is a delightful experience.