Mont d 'Or cheese (origin Jura, France) served hot, with potatoes and cold meats.Evocacion wrote: ↑Sun Dec 30, 2018 3:07 pmA French soft cheese called 'Badoz Vacherin Du Haut', with some Cornish Wafers and a cup of instant coffee. This cheese is new to me. It is almost liquid inside the edible crust, quite mild but very tasty, and wrapped in a strip of spruce bark. It comes in a wooden box, which is just as well or it would have escaped onto the table.
I would recommend it very highly!
Oh, and a home-made mince pie to follow.
A treat for the palate, but also for arteries and cholesterol !
With a good green salad, then an apple pie flambéed with Calvados.( apple alcohol)