Cheese is mutated butter and history has it the temperatures affronting traveling camels bearing butter-peddling nomads gave the world its first taste of these divine milk products.
conference I went to did not feature cheese platters as I kinda hoped it
would (like it did two years ago, according to sources) but during the
weekend of that same trip to San Francisco, I've been taken to Napa
Valley where we tasted wines and gawked at legions of cheese chunks just
waiting to be smelled, touched, and tasted.
As for the wines, the
only one I distinctly remember the taste of was Muscat, although video
documentations suggest I pretty much appreciated everything presented to
As for the cheese, see this
(a video of three clips taken one minute apart, in which I used
elementary terms to verbalize my unadulterated joy at seeing all these
cheeses on display) to get an idea of just how much cheese there was
over at V. Sattui.
Next few posts will be about which cheeses I bought.