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August 5, 2012

on August 5, 2012


Tonight was one of my favorite dinners. Cheese and pâté.  Stu found one of my favorite cheeses, a goats milk bucheron, as well as a very lovely goats milk Brie.  Our grocery store doesn’t seem to carry the bucheron at all, whereas our former store did, as well as the one in the town over.

The piece of goat cheese that Stu picked was thick, with a nice creamy ring around the outside.  The middle was solid, but not crumbly.  It was a strong, but rich taste, but not overpowering.  Definitely one to eat after the brie.

And oh, the brie!  It was very creamy and rich.  Mild, but more along the lines of a Camembert than a Brie, but still, a very lovely cheese.  Both went nicely with the Champagne pâté, a mild  yet satisfying pâté.  I paired my dinner with a hard cider, Stu with a beer.  I had a quick thought about maybe some wine, but it is Sunday night, and we didn’t get to sit down for dinner until late.

One reason Teagan was up so late, I figured out how to get some of the Olympic events on the iPad.  I showed her the Synchronized Swimming, and she was in love.  She started doing the leg lifts on the floor, some of then hand motions, asking why they do that? What’s their name?  She was very impressed with how long they could hold their breath.  To be fair, I am too, and I did my fair share of synchronized swimming (water ballet!) when I was younger.  Nothing along these lines, but we had shows with all the groups doing a routine.

Maybe she has a bit of Olympic spirit after all.


Creamy Brie


Goat’s Milk Brie



6 responses to “August 5, 2012

  1. Kate says:

    SO JEALOUS! Yum!! Someday…

  2. Kat says:

    wow…sounds delicious. And glad Teagan enjoyed the swimming. Watch for her to do the moves in swim class. LOL….. and those Olympics….keeping me up way too late. HA HA

    • lisasff says:

      Oh, it was yummy! We didn’t finish it all, so will be having more this week…

      And, I’m sure she will try, next time she’s in the pool. If she gets how to hold her breath. She’s asked me to do some, after I said that I had done water ballet as a young girl… Not sure how good my ballet leg or crane are after so many years, though my sculls are still pretty solid.

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