New Seasons

Every time I head into these places I can’t help but stare (and poke) all the different cheeses I’ve never had the pleasure of trying. (The allergy stops me from going too crazy, awww shucks. #aznmafia) Soft bries, oozing inside their plastic wrap or the variety of spotted molded blue cheese, goats milk with peppers and garlic versions… I digress. There are local delicacies and classics that have yet to be explored. This trip I dove into two more, just by what sounded good because I couldn’t remember exactly what I got last time, except that it had a purplish wine rind. Hey, that rhymed. Hey, that also rhymed. Hey,

Anywho———-

The Players:

~1 Seeded Baguette (or whatever bread you prefer)

~Dalmatia Fig Spread Croatia (about .3 lbs, these are usually sold at local grocers in small glass bottles for a more affordable price)

~Champignon Cambozola [Cheese] Germany

~Rogue Oregonzola [Cheese] Central Point OR

The Oregonzola was described as a mix of Camembert and Gogonzola with a light blue in it. While I appreciate blue cheese, I don’t always want the bite that is associated with the typically crumbly cheese. This, however was perfect. By itself and paired with the fig spread. Absolutely perfect.

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Annnnnd, tis the season. Egg nog and chocolate milk.
Yep, but this is a rich, thick chocolate milk that is truly addicting. Beware! Allergic… and it was worth it!

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