As Roland began to introduce me to the delight of French Gastronomy, it began by him telling me in the grocery store that the product I had in hand was, in fact, NOT real cheese. Incredulous, I argued, "yes, it is!" He was steadfast, "No, it is not!" It took him awhile to get it across to me, I knew nothing about real cheese. And, he was right. I was in that category of food consumer where that whatever the packageing said, I believed it. I truely knew nothing about what constituted real cheese, other than it was made out of milk.
After visiting France and having the wonderful experience of eating a seemingly endless array of cheeses, I have fallen in love with REAL cheese. It's worth to travel to France just for the experience of discovering so many different tastes of cheese.
Looking for some sites that would introduce and educate I found a couple that give a good introduction to the world of French Cheeses. I apologize that your computer does not have any sensory enhancement features, you just might have to consider coming with us on our culinary tour for 2011, A Taste of LeBerry!
When Roland and I met, I was one of those people who opened the box or can and warmed up the family meal. After our marriage in 2005, I truely began to appreciate what food is really about, not only that it can taste very good, and be nutritious, but that it can be a celebration of who you are and the people that you share it with.