KISS: Keep It Simple (&) Sexy
It’s way simpler to assemble and you can get a little kinkier with pairings.
and approachable enough to tempt warier eaters.
Enter Bonhomme Brie from Isigny Ste-Mére.
It’s made exclusively for Whole Foods by Isigny Ste-Mére, a co-op in Normandy
that specializes in making traditional cheeses and butter.
It’s delicious, approachable, bakes well, and easy to find.
But their Bonhomme brie is a whole different animal.
candied walnuts, graham crackers, and dark chocolate
to tease out its earthiness.
The 12 oz wheel is enough for a crowd of 4-6, depending on their willpower.
However, you can bulk up the servings with ample accompaniments.
Here’s how to build a perfect one-cheese platter in 4 steps.
How to Build a One-Cheese Platter
Step 1: Plate your Brie
so you can surround it with a
bounty of accompaniments.
Step 2: Give it some texture
Find something crunchy to offset the soft, creamy brie.
Try a crusty baguette, rosemary crisps,
or even graham crackers.
Step 3: Add something crisp
Slices of fresh fruit or pickles help to refresh the palate
between bites of rich cheese.
Try olives, pickles, or apple slices
Step 4: Finish with something sweet
even sweet wines bring welcome contrast
to salty cheese.
- Assorted pickles, dijon mustard, French ham, and baguette.
- Fig jam, olives, prosciutto, and rosemary crisps
- Cranberry chutney, apple slices, and pumpernickel toasts.
Bonhomme Brie is available exclusively at Whole Foods exclusive.
Thank you Isigny Ste-Mére for sponsoring this post
and the Cheese Sex Death mission!