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Fly On Little Wing: Tea and Cheese If You Please

Cheese buddy Ringo has this exotic take of pairing teas and cheese… you know I’ll be doing this come cheese shop time. Check this out, and follow her blog.

Just do it.


cheese-tea[3]“Tea is the most widely consumed aromatic beverage the world over, just beneath water.

Cheese is about as hot in the culinary world as is the very temperature of said freshly-served tea.

Dare I suggest a slight kindle to the belly and soul by pairing the two for a surprise of a gloomy-weathered treat?



I believe I just did…”

via Fly On Little Wing: Tea and Cheese If You Please.


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