Happy Bastille Day: How to Serve (and Eat) a Cheese Course
By Lady Jennie on July 14, 2014
Are you planning to visit France? Eat in a French restaurant? Meet your future French in-laws? There is a certain cheese etiquette that must be followed.
Let's say you're going to host a dinner with French cuisine; you'll want to make sure you start with the proper bread. In the absence of baguettes available, go for the crustiest bread you can find. There should be copious amounts as it is eaten throughout the meal, with the salad and along with the cheese.
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