What else to serve with cheese?

  • Nuts like almonds help bring out the flavour and aroma of cheese. Toasted hazelnuts and walnuts work with cheese, and pecans go well with sweet cheeses.

  • Olives compliment sheep and goats milk cheese. Experiment with dried fruits like raisins, figs, dates and berries.

  • Chutneys work perfectly with cheddar and hard cheese, as does chevre and is simply delicious.

  • Fruit pastes work well with any type of cheese, and are perfect for semi-hard sheeps cheeses

    Apples with cheddar and pears with stilton are always a winner. Serve thin slices of prosciutto, ham and sweet or spicy salamis, especially with aged cheese like manchego or pecorino.

  • If you choose to serve crackers, pick unsalted or lightly salted ones. Bread is a must, you can never go wrong with a baguette. Crusty sourdough with creamy soft ripened cheeses, and grain packed breads for cheddars and hard cheese.

    Nuts and Olives

 

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Hunter Valley Smelly Cheese Shop
Hall of Food
Pavilion G, Tempus Two Complex
2144 Broke Road Pokolbin NSW 2320
p. +61 2 4998 6713 

f. +61 2 4998 7650
e. info@smellycheese.net.au
Hunter Valley Smelly Cheese Shop
Shop 3, Pokolbin Village
2188 Broke Road
Pokolbin NSW 2320
p / f: +61 2 4998 6960
e: pvr@smellycheese.net.au