Hey there blog buddies! We are back with round two of our “Cheesepinions” installment, this time bringing you our one and only Stephanie B-Money. This week Stephanie is jumping for joy over our Stracchino di Capra from the Italian cheese-aging experts at Guffanti.
(Ok, so for you perfectionists out there, I know this is a pictures of Stracapra, NOT Stracchino di Capra, but do you guys have any idea how HARD it is to find a picture of Stracchino di Capra? Seriously. It’s bizarre. Just as bizarre as Sandra Bullock being nominated for an Oscar. Whaaaaaat? Oh snap.)
This Italian goat cobblestone is in very lovely shape right now – “sweet and lactic, sticky and mouthcoating with delicate ‘goaty’ notes.” Now who doesn’t want a little goat lovin’ all up in your tastebuds?! And to round out the day on her bestial goat’s milk treat? Some crusty bread, a few dried apricots, and a crisp bottle of Vernaccia (a Tuscan white wine with good acidity and strong citrus notes) to wash it all down. Oh hey, girlfriend – this sounds like that perfect picnic we had Under the Tuscan Sun. Minus Diane Lane…and our Italian Villa…and ignoring the fact I’ve never been to Italy. More like Under the Bedbugs in my Bushwick Apartment. Sounds just as romantic, right?
Well, that’s all from us here at “Cheesepinions!” We’ll be back next week to bring you some more tasty and delightful suggestions from our eager to please cheesemongers. And get excited. In the near future we will be bringing you posts about a great local farm, as well as an appearance by the elusive Charlotte Kamin! She will be filling us in on her recent trip to France and Switzerland to visit our favorite European cheesemakers. So crack out your leiderhosen and yodel all the way home. Until then, see you soon!/ No Comments