Saturday, 20 August 2011

Oh désolée, j'aime trop le fromage !


Sorry, I can't resist two more shots of the cheese shop I was showing you yesterday. Here are the fresh cream, grated cheese and cheese jam jars plus a selection of goat's cheeses! I could eat them all (and thankfully, I do still have some in the fridge!)

Allez, encore deux photos du fromager d'hier, j'en ai l'eau à la bouche, heureusement qu'il m'en reste encore au frigo !

27 comments:

Jacob said...

Oh boy...that looks like a lot of calories! What a fantastic shop for a cheese lover...

greensborodailyphoto.com said...

You and Bibi are on the same wavelength today.

We'll bring the crackers!

Regina K said...

All of them look wonderful, I may have to go find a specialty store for cheese.

Jack said...

You can stay in the cheese shop as long as you want, Ciel. I love good cheese.

Thanks for the tendonitis update. Good luck. I know it hurts.

Bob Crowe said...

Now I have to go over to YouTube and watch the Monty Python cheesmonger sketch again.

Randy said...

Tease!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I just stopped thinking about the Brie and here it is again, now it definitely has to go on my shopping list for today. I don't belieeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeve it Ciel hahaha!

T. Becque said...

I bet it smells wonderfully stinky in there! I love how entire shops are devoted to one food item; I never did try the cheese while there.

Kay L. Davies said...

Beautiful assortment! Just today (yes, today) I decided I'm going to stop eating North American breakfast cereal every morning and have bread and cheese instead. I've been enjoying bread-and-cheese breakfasts on our cruise of Russian rivers, lakes and canals for two weeks and don't want to leave the ship!
We'll be home soon, and I'll start posting photos of our trip, and have more time to comment on my favorite blogs, including yours!
-- K

Dina said...

You can post cheeses every day and I'll be happy.

VP said...

We are absolutely overwhelmed in a very pleasant way...

Karen Xavier said...

:) you seem crazy about cheese...

cieldequimper said...

@ TBecque: actually no, it doesn't really!

Birdman said...

Cool spoon shot. Like that one.

Woody said...

I just returned from the bagel shop and enjoyed some cream cheese. I think I see fresh mozzarella too?

Thérèse said...

Tu as bien raison de les montrer!

Kaori said...

You lucky duck you! This post is too tempting!

Malyss said...

Je suis avec Jack et Dina!continue, c'est bon!! :o))

Madge said...

Oh my gosh... that looks delicious!

Nefertiti said...

moi aussi je suis fan de fromage mais au luxembourg ils sont chers et pas tjr de bonnes qualite malheureusement...

Diane said...

I am a major Cheesaholic. xxx

akarui said...

Tres appetissant en effet !!
En France je faisais du yaourt ou fromage frais avec le lait de la ferme voisine. Pour le fromage j'ai essaye pour la 1ere fois il y a 1an et depuis j'en fais regulierement (pate dure ou a tartiner suivant la recette)

JM said...

I can't have these at home... they will not last till the day after I buy them! :-)

Francisca said...

I'm going to forgive you this second cheese post, Ciel, because last night I got my fill and then some. after we ate a a delicious Turkish meal cooked up by my friend we pigged out on cheese and wine... By the time we got to the cheese, the brie had melted flat on the board... oh heaven's delight!

Thirtytwo degrees said...

Moi aussi!

Halcyon said...

I think it's breakfast time!

Gunn said...

I suddenly got a strong wish to have some French cheese....