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Cheese

Cheeses for a girolle (cheese curler)

jen kalb | Oct 27, 201508:07 AM     4

Last year we succumbed and bought a girolle with three accompanying cheeses from Fromages.com. The cheeses were Tete de Moine, Marotte and one other I am not recalling (La Basquaise is the third they are offering this year). We very much enjoyed these cheese as received - the Tete de Moine was ripe but certainly not over the hill from this vendor and we and our guests over the holidays enjoyed all the cheeses and the experience of using this tool.

I am wondering what other round cheese people have used with a girolle - I would like to experiment with others. It would seem they could not be crumbly or too soft - or hard.

Any suggestions?

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