A Cheese Accompaniment that pairs well with a certain type of cheese tastes better.
Balsamic Vinegar and Spanish Wild Figs pair well with hard aged cheeses such as Parmigiano Reggiano, Pecorino Romano or Manchego.
Whether it be a nut bread, sourdough, a French crusty baguette or a slice of artisan rye, most breads pair well with cheese including Cheddar, Goat Curd or Gruyere. There are nearly unlimited pairing options for bread and cheese, so be sure to choose a combination that appeals to you and your guests. Dont forget the Quince Paste with your Blue Cheese.
Crackers are the most traditional pairing for cheese . From wafer thin Falwasser to Kurrajong lavosh you can't go wrong with this classic cheese pairing. Nut and dried Fruit Logs from Sydney add a crunchy sweetness to goat cheese and Brie as well as South Australian Muscatel seedless clusters.
In September Jimele Food Provedore will receive our first shipment of Spanish Tortas from Ines Rosales.
Simple, yet sophisticated the Ines Rosales Sweet Olive Oil Tortas are all-natural products, made with extra virgin olive oil and the finest ingredients. These delicious and delicate pastries are baked with anise seeds, making this treat an ideal complement to cheese as well as your tea or coffee.&