Cheese is yummy. There are many, many kinds of cheese.
What's your favorite?
Bonus points if you include where you buy it!
My current favorite is these little baby Bries they just started selling at Trader Joes. They come in little individually wrapped packages of buttery tasting, cheese filled goodness.
Baby Brie @ Trader Joes
Goat Cheese individual medallions @ Trader Joes
Kerrygold Aged Cheddar @ Costco
Two cheeses that I like:
Camembert D'isigny En Normandie @ Tesco
Unpasturised Camembert from Normandy.
Parlick Fell sheep's milk cheese @ Sainsbury's
As you can see from the healthy eating nutrition wheel that Sainsbury's now puts on food products this cheese contains unhealthy (red segments) amounts of calories, fat, saturated fat and salt. It does however get a green segement for being low in sugar.
L’Ancêtre 5-year aged raw cheddar @ any grocery store in Ontario that knows what's good for them.
Boursin Garlic and Herbs, Boursin Apple/Cranberry/Cinnamon @ most grocery stores. http://www.boursincheese.com/
Choice #3 covers every other cheese ever created, as I am a cheese-aholic who will someday live off cheese.
I am spoiled, Sweet Grass Dairy is nearby so I can get their cow and goat cheeses easily, I can even go to their adorable storefront. It has become my default cheese, after all who wouldn't want cheese from a place where you can go visit the cows and goats? You can also order here link text
I love chevre - the soft goats cheese They make and aged hard cows cheese that is salty and lovely called Lumberjack And my classic is the green hill, a nice soft creamy cheese with lovely flavor. It is actually served at a local bar and has become a regular indulgence.
RAW milk Havarti and ALL cheeses from - http://keswickcreamery.com/AboutTheFarm.html
My faves are Kerrygold Blarney Castle for omelettes and such, and my new treat obsession is Trader Joe's Blueberry Vanilla Chevre on almond flour crackers, mmmmm... I've also been known to put a dollop of Boursin Garlic Herb atop a delicious ribeye :)