The personal blog of author Kelly Sedinger, chronicling the adventures of one overalls-clad wanderer.
I had brie, really wanting to like it. But cannot stand the taste, and I've tried maybe a half dozen times over the years.
Brie's not snot, I love that stuff, epsecially when it's already runny. Cancoillotte - that is snot. It looks like someone sneezed on a piece of breadI do try it whenever I'm home since my mother loves the stuff, but so far I haven't developed a taste for it. I keep trying, though.
I'm a fan of cheese in general, but good cheese. I tend to buy premium cheeses from specialty shops more than anything. Brie can be really, really good. It can also be really, really awful. Depends on what you buy. Either way, it still smells up the refrigerator.
I love it. For parties I drizzle the top with honey and sprinkle with coarsely chopped hazel nuts.
I loved brie with a burning passion of sheer cheeselust. Until your post. Now I want to hock up great lugeys (loogies??) at the mere mental image of it.
I sort of like it; I've not had it very often, honestly, but it tastes decent on a cracker.
Brie will always remind me of my most significant love affair when I was young and foolish. Sigh. Eating brie, drinking champaigne and losing my heart... So no, I can never think of it as snot.
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