Comin’ to a Cheese Counter Near You
What’s My Name? St Albans, a new cheese from Vermont Creamery
What Kind of Cheese Am I? I’m a soft cheese with a wrinkled bloomy rind – similar to my French cousin St. Marcellin. I’m made of pasteurized, GMO-free cow’s milk from Paul-Lin Dairy in Bakersfield, Vermont.
Where Am I From? Born and raised in Websterville, Vermont.
Three Words That Describe Me: Doll-faced, voluptuous, lusty.
Fun Fact: I come in a little ceramic crock and love getting warm and runny in a hot oven.
What Do I Smell Like? Fresh button mushrooms and cream.
What Do I Feel Like? Satin throw pillows
What Do I Taste Like? Fresh Normandy butter on a yeasty baguette – trés française!
Favorite Foods: I like to keep things simple with crusty baguette, mild crackers, or fresh fruit. Try me with a drizzle of honey or melt me over roasted potatoes and serve with tiny pickles.
Favorite Beverages: I’m all about the bubbles! Try me with a glass of champagne or a French 75.
Where to Find Me: I’ll be popping up in cheese shops and grocery stores this October! Tell your local monger or specialty food store that you’re lusting after me so they can stock up.
What I’ll Cost You: $9-$11
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Special thanks to Vermont Creamery for sending me over to the Cheese Sex Death headquarters!