cheese. boy do i love good cheese. i used to stay away from fancy, strong flavored, weird flavored cheeses. like brie, i don’t know why but i had never a desire to try it. when i became a smith i tried it. i love it especially warmed with blueberries over the top paired with a simple cracker. yum! geoffrey and i enjoy this now and then for a late night snack.

i always liked bleu cheese dressing. now i can eat blue cheese all by itself!

and gorgonzola cheese. i’ve had it before on salad. i just now was eating it all by itself! basically its a bleu cheese. i guess i didn’t realize that. i thought it was a white crumbly cheese. its so strong and so delicious!

growing up in vermont, we ate some good sharp cheddar cheese. hmmm, hmmm! i remember shopping one day and i wanted some good sharp cabot cheese. i just couldn’t find it. while perusing the speciality cheese section i found it! duh, this is texas. cabot cheese is a speciality cheese down here! nothing like a good homemade mac and cheese with cabot extra sharp cheese! my mouth is watering…

the other day while shopping at georgia’s farm to market i picked up a rosemary & olive ricotta cheese from dairy goat haven. i can’t wait to try it on top of my homemade olive oil crackers! maybe tonight geoffrey and i will need a little snack when we return from church.

gouda…smoked gouda. i haven’t had that in awhile.

there is this delicious cheese we discovered some time ago. my mother in law found it. its a white cheese that has cranberries in it and is divine! comes in a wedge. i can’t remember the name of it but it starts with a ‘w’.

and feta. oh boy do i love feta! last time i made this i sprinkled some feta on top. heavenly.

that’s my thoughts about cheese at this moment. it all started with a few bites of that gorgonzola cheese! now i’m off to bake my bread.



  1. September 25, 2010 at 8:58 pm

    just thought i would let ya’ll know that rosemary & olive oil ricotta was super delicious! 🙂

  2. Jacquelyn said,

    September 27, 2010 at 6:29 am

    mmmm I love cheese, too! Thanks for the Cabot mention 🙂

  3. Wendy said,

    September 27, 2010 at 8:32 am

    It ALL sounds delicious. I’m so glad to hear you found Cabot in your store! You can see what other Cabot cheeses you can find near you here: And thanks for not only being a fan, but for blogging it! Our farmer owners (and I) really appreciate it!

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