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rich soft creamy French cheese

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Isigny, as a whole, is an important milk production area, with AOC butter and cream as well as excellent cheeses such as Camembert, Mimolette, Pont-l'Eeveque, Tresor d'Isigny and more, made by the Isigny Sainte Mere co-operative.
Isigny Sainte-Mere cheeses all bring together a variety of rich and rare milks, with two of them - Normandy Camembert and Pont l'Eveque - enjoying full PDO status.
Softcheeseswithmouldrinds,suchas Camembert or Pont l'Eveque.
Making it requires both skill and patience, since the process is completely different to making a Camembert.
The quince adds a wonderful flavourful contrast, its perfume cutting through the deep savoury taste of the camembert, and a small accompaniment of nicely bitter salad leaves balances things up perfectly.
Quince stuffed camembert en croute (serves 2) FOR THE ROUGH PUFF PASTRY: 225g plain flour 140g butter, diced into 1cm cubes Pinch of fine salt Approx.
To assemble the dish, finely slice the quince into slivers, and pile these on top of the camembert.
And today's dish of camembert baked in its own box is great fun to eat as well - with everyone dipping in to the melting cheese with chunks of crusty bread or whatever you choose to serve with it.
If you buy a more expensive camembert, the chances are it will be in one of the cute little boxes anyway.
Baked camembert makes an ideal starter and a small one would do two.
Using a spatula, carefully set grilled Camembert in center (you can also place cheese in center of platter and spoon salsa around it).
In 1791, the Revolution brought a rebel priest to Normandy - to be exact, to the village of Camembert - where he went into hiding at a farm, the home of Marie Harel.
Normandy Camembert is a soft cheese, spontaneously drained, neither cooked, pressed or mixed, with unbroken curd, lightly salted, with bloomy rind, round in shape, with a maximum weight of 350g and a maximum diameter of 10 to 11cm, containing at least 40% fat, and made from pure Normandy milk.
In 1983, Camembert received its seal of approval when it was awarded the 'Appellation d'Origine Controlee'.