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Melanie Wong | Sep 18, 201712:12 PM    

A week ago I did a quick grab and run from the pre-cut cheese section at Berkeley's Market Hall Foods on 4th Street. St. Géric, a blue cheese from France, was new to me. The piece looked suitably ripe and the price was right ($16 per pound), so I bought it without tasting or asking anything about it in my hurry.

Well, I lucked out as this was quite a hit at the dinner party I attended. Turns out this is the sister cheese to the popular triple créme brie-style, St. Angel. Basically, it the blue version of the same buttery, ultra-creamy. rich bloomy cheese. The blueing is quite mild, just enough to give it a bit more character and depth on the sweet creamy base.

DCI Cheese Company - Fromagerie Guilloteau™ brand St. Géric® Cheese

Fromagerie Guilloteau St. Géric® cheese, the sister cheese of Saint Angel® cheese, is the perfect marriage of a triple créme brie and blue cheese. Its...

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