Comté & Shallot Swirls

by Ailbhe on November 20, 2014

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An unexpected gift of some Comté samples motivated me to experiment with my most favourite of cheeses. I nibbled on the naked 36 month matured sample as I used a mix of 18 & 24 month aged samples to produce these cheesy swirls.

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