Tag Archives: Fromage
Good looking cheese plate at Café Presse…featuring Bleu d’Auvergne, Pont l’Évêque, Bûche de chèvre, Port Salut and Mimolette, served with sourdough country bread.
In case you missed this daily special last week, here is a reminder: A beautiful hunk of Ste-Maure, aged goat’s milk cheese from the Loire Valley, served with grilled bread and and preserved apricots. Miam Miam!
Appetizer special at Café Presse this weekend:House-made farmer’s cheese served with grilled Treviso, pine nuts and sauce ravigote made with soft herbs, lemon, olive oil, capers and anchovies.
Name: Sagging Fence goat tommeFrom: Port Orchard, Washington StateMade By: Sagging Fence FarmMilk: Raw goat’s milkCurdling type: rennetSize/ weigh: Round tomme about 4# in weightRind: Natural rind that is washed weekly during agingInterior: semi firm, very pale ivory colorAged: 3-5 … Continue reading
You asked and we listened…Raclette Savoyarde is back at Café Presse! As featured on the Food Networks “The Best thing I Ever Ate”, our raclette features raw milk mountain cheese from the French Alps, melted in a skillet and served … Continue reading
Now on the cheese board at Café Presse, this goat’s milk tomme from the French Basque region is perfectly ripe and ready to sample. The Basques are famous for their sheep milk cheeses, but a small amount of goat’s milk … Continue reading
Name: Toma di GressoneyFrom: The region of Vallée d’Aosta in the Italian AlpsMade By: Fromagerie Vallée de Gressony Milk: Raw cow’s milkCurdling type: rennetSize/ weigh: Round tomme about 5# in weightRind: Aged in high humidity on oak boards to develop … Continue reading
Special tartine today at Café Presse: grilled pistachio-pork sausage and melted Cantal on country bread, served with a salad of endives, pistachios, oranges and pistachio vinaigrette
A tres belle assiette de fromage, including a roquefort, mimolette, munster, a goat’s milk tomme from the Basque Countries and a washed rind sheep’s milk cheese called Brebirouuse