Holiday Cheese Platter ideas – Roquefort

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Roquefort

Best way to enjoy
Combine with pears, dried figs, walnuts and honey. Mix with butter to spread on fresh bread.

Cheese Profile

FLAVOUR Full Flavoured
TASTE Strong spicy, salty flavour followed by a rich creaminess.
SMELL Pleasant and earthy.
RIND Rindless, wrapped in foil to stop bad mould.
INTERIOR The paste is bright white, dense yet soft and creamy, with many small caverns coated with blue/green mould (Penicillin Roqueforti)
FABULOUS Firm yet soft, but not wet, filled with cavities covered in soft velvety grey-green mould
FAR-GONE Extra mould growing on the surface with a smell similar to hydrogen peroxide (bleach) Slimy texture and excess liquid, especially when wrapped in plastic for long periods of time.

You will never see a whole wheel
 of Roquefort in your local store as producers cut the wheel in half to ensure the correct amount of blue. Click on the video below to see a preview of the Roquefort reveal widget inside the ebook “How to Say Cheese”.

 


Cheese Info

COUNTRY France
REGION Aveyeron
MILK TYPE Sheep
RENNET TYPE Animal
AGED 5 Months
3 Weeks in a cave
PRODUCER Roquefort Carles

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