June Cheese Plate

Carr Valley MenageThis is a mix of cow, sheep and goat milk that is unbelievably creamy. Carr Valley, a local Wisconsin cheese company can pretty much do no wrong. I grew up eating the Carr Valley cheddar and swiss and I never really even knew until recently that they had artisanal cheeses – which I’ve definitely been enjoying! Try this one out!

Goat GoudaThis goats milk cheese was such so smooth! I love goat and gouda so why not try them together? I of course adored it – it would be great paired with other flavorful food as the flavor wasn’t overpowering at all
Young Manchego Ohhh Manchego, I must admit, prior to this Spring I wasn’t very familiar with you, but now I can officially say that I have fallen for you and you are one of my favorites. Next time I would like to try an aged Manchego.

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Filed under cheese, cheese tray, eating local, in my cupboard, product review

2 responses to “June Cheese Plate

  1. Mrs. Myers @ Eat Move Write

    Hey Emily! I love love love cheese. I think I read somewhere that goat cheese is the lowest in fat. I'm partial to feta and blue cheese. What's the "healthiest" of the white cheeses out there?

  2. Tasty Health Food

    Those cheeses all look yummy. I'm not a big fan of soft cheeses. My favorite is Parrano's. ^^

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