10 Cheeses and Their Literary Counterparts
Sure, you've paired cheese with beer, wine, crackers, fruit, jams, and maybe even soda...but what about literature? The Airship breaks down ten different author-cheese pairings -- this may be the best book club idea ever.
This is not your average Manchego. Like Diaz’s stories, this cheese is strict on structure and famous for its excellence and wide appeal. The cheese is made from fresh, 100% sheep’s milk from the rocky, central plateau of La Mancha, and aged to a rich, nutty, and gamey flavor. This cheese has great pride in its cultural roots (more Spain than the Dominican Republic), and shows this through its patterned, wax rind – a nod to the grass baskets previously used to form the classic Manchego.
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