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St. Nuage (soft cheese)
Challerhocker (a Swiss aged cheese)
Cambozola (soft blue cheese sometimes marked as blue brie)
Taleggio (soft cheese)
Manchego (from Spain)
Le Maréchal (Vaud, Switzerland)
Tete de Moine (Monk Cheese – use with a Girolle Cheese curler)
Spanish Membrillo Quince Paste (beautiful with Manchego cheese)
Gruyere (great melted on portobello)
Raclette (try it melted; it is devine)
Appenzeller (mildly spicy)
1 Arrange a variety of cheeses with champagne grapes on a beautiful cheese server, wood tray, or slateboard. Search Pinterest for layout and design ideas.
2 Many of these cheeses can be found at Whole Foods or specialty cheese shops. In a pinch, you can also find them online.