Boursin Cheese

Boursin Cheese

Soft, fluffy, creamy & garlicy goodness. Boursin Cheese makes a fantastic spread on toast or crackers. Boursin is flavorful without being heavy. The cheese itself is of the Gournay variety and it rocks my world! If you try it, you'll probably overindulge, so pack some mints!

  • There would be a lot of cheese at my party that was pretty fancy and rare so I'd have to mark it so everyone knew just how exotic the different cheeses are.

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  • This versatile assortment of cheeses has been created to complement both holiday meals and the ensuing days of leftovers. Serve as a cheese course on the day and wow your guests with an exciting and flavorful assortment of fine ch... This versatile assortment of cheeses has been created to complement both holiday meals and the ensuing days of leftovers. Serve as a cheese course on the day and wow your guests with an exciting and flavorful assortment of fine cheeses. You may also want to put some aside, to create new dishes with your leftovers. Sage Derby: Derby is a yellow cheese with a firm texture similar to that of Cheddar. This dairy actually mixes chopped sage leaves into the cheese curd rather than mixing sage powder into the milk like most companies do. This results in a fresher sage flavor, and it is this flavor that lends Sage Derby its charm. (8 oz.) Swiss Emmentaler: Classic Swiss cheese, aged 4 months. Essential in everything, from sandwiches to Fondues. (8 oz.) Blueberry Cinnamon Chevre Log: The tanginess of the chevre combined with the warm sweetness of blueberries and cinnamon creates a unique holiday cheese that could not be more ideal for entertaining throughout the season. (4.55 oz.) Wensleydale with Cranberries: This is a fresh, young cheese taken at only three weeks old. It has a clean, mild, slightly sweet flavor with a honeyed aftertaste. The superb texture of fresh Wensleydale is perfectly complemented by the addition of all natural cranberries of the finest quality. (8 oz.) New England Cranberry Chutney: The pure flavor comes from the cranberries, with raisins, oranges, walnuts and just a touch of cider vinegar. A delicious complement to turkey, chicken, roast lamb and ham. (12 oz.) Water Crackers: Perfect for serving with cheeses, fruit, and spreads when entertaining. (4 oz.)

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  • A wonderfully unique way to serve appetizers! This whimsical cheese serving set by Michael Aram makes quite a statement. A perfect gift for the cat lover.

  • I have walked by this cheese for YEARS! Always curious, never willing to plunk down a few dollars to try it. When I saw that Alyson recommended it, I knew it was time for me to get with the program! The next time I was in the s... I have walked by this cheese for YEARS! Always curious, never willing to plunk down a few dollars to try it. When I saw that Alyson recommended it, I knew it was time for me to get with the program! The next time I was in the store I picked up a cube. Ah, the power of cheese, err, ThisNext! Gjetost is a curious cheese. Though sugar is not on the list of igredients, its kinda sweet. The cheese melts away like a caramel. There is a good reason why the packaging suggests you cut it with a cheese plane - too much and it becomes overwhelming. The taste is quite mild at first but the goat milk comes out in the end. If you have with apples and pears, I imagine the goat taste would be supressed. Its good stuff. Its definitely a cheese you need to check out if you love cheeses.

  • Yummy brie cheese meets tasty mushrooms. The flavor combination works very well. All you need is some crackers and wine.