Unfortunately, I had dry cough and sore throat when I got back so I haven't been able to binge as much as I wanted to. Now that I am well, I finally get to enjoy whatever cheese is left. Haha...
One that I really like is Tasmanian Heritage's Camembert Cheese (pronounced as kah-mah-behr). Ok, I am just noting down the correct pronunciation here but for sure I will forget it in the coming weeks. Haha...
This is how it looks like when bare - for sure you've seen this on some cheese buffet spread. It goes well with fruits and nuts and best served at room temperature (but of course, I eat it straight from the fridge. Haha...). I also experimented toasting it on crackers. Yum.
And with all the cheese, I got to use this beautiful cheese knife set made from carabao horns I got as a gift for everyday eating.
They don't just look nice but also slice nicely. As a personal practice, I try not to keep things for aesthetic purposes but really use them functionally. Everyday is a special day and we don't have to wait for a special occasion to use the beautiful things we own. Here's the inspiring story which made realize that everyday is a special occasion.