This week at the Riverwalk Farmer’s Market, The Cheese Board appeared for the first time this seasons. They were listed last week, but were not present much to my husband’s disappointment. He loves cheese. I love cheese, but we were not disappointed when we spotted The Cheese Board among the vendors.
They have a fine display board with them to show what cheese they have, most of which I have never heard of or seen in my life. We only tried two, but we walked out with a section of both that we sampled. Most of the cheeses were available to test. It was a great sales technique.
St. Andre cheese is a triple cream brie that captured my husband and I the moment a spoonful of the cheese hit our tongues. It melted the minute I put it in my mouth, and it had such a wonderful, creamy flavor. We used it later that day for grilled cheese. We added absolutely nothing to the grilled cheese unlike we normally would, and I wanted no additions. This luxurious cheese was well worth the money spent.
The Cheese Board’s display appears to be able to change on a whim, so we will be visiting regularly to see what other artisan cheeses appear. Check them out next time you’re at the Milford Farmer’s Market!
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