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Madame Fromage: How to Make a Downton Abbey Cheese Plate

How to Make a Downton Abbey Cheese Plate

I can’t seem to get enough of the PBS series,
Downton Abbey, and neither can you. This became clear at the Cheddar class I
taught on Friday night at Tria’s Fermentation School. It was a Masterpiece
Theater-loving crowd (lots of beards and one waistcoat); Lady Grantham would
have fit right in.

By the end of the night, we’d eaten seven Cheddars,
and there was hardly a crumb on the tables. After everyone left, I couldn’t
help but imagine them settling in on their settees at home with a spot of port
and an episode of Downton Abbey cued up for a nightcap. Since today is Sunday,
and you’ll surely be watching, let me offer you a few crumbs of wisdom about
building a Downton worthy cheese plate.

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