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Napoleon delivers ‘wow’ factor – SFGate

I’ve resolved the tech issues and am catching up on a few news stories from the past few days. thanks for your patience! I have several cheese reviews of my own to post including a belated St. Patty’s offering. meanwhile- enjoy this look at French “Napoleon” from the SF Chronicle’s Janet Fletcher:

Photo: Craig Lee, Special To The Chronicle

Photo: Craig Lee, Special To The Chronicle

“Cheese prices just keep rising, to the point that the cheese platter is always the most costly course at my dinner parties. Still, I’m not giving it up. I just try not to overbuy and to make sure that any splurge is repaid in pleasure.

At more than $40 per pound, Napoleon sets a high bar for itself. But if you are willing to pay dearly for a “wow” moment, this aged French sheep’s milk cheese delivers.

It is the relatively recent creation of French affineur Dominique Bouchet, who makes his living largely by maturing and selling other people’s cheese.”

via Napoleon delivers ‘wow’ factor – SFGate.

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