Cheesy goodness

An unexpected treat during this meetup was a visit to the St. James Cheese Company, in Uptown, New Orleans. Even got to ride bikes there. Jeremey and I sampled several bits of cheese while making our purchase, but one of them I particularly liked was from Good Shepherd Cheese in Owingsville, KY.

With my brief stint in the Kentucky cheese scene, I thought I had tasted most of the quality producers from the commonwealth. This one I had missed, and boy was it tasty. Unpasteurized sheep’s milk cheese is delightful and rare in KY. Funny that it took a trip to Louisiana to have some.

The St. James Cheese Company offers a fine selection, and creates the cheese plates for several excellent restaurants as well.
The St. James Cheese Company offers a fine selection, and creates the cheese plates for several excellent restaurants as well.

I heard about the St. James Cheese Company while eating dinner at Sylvain. Several of us shared cheese plates:

The cheese plate at Sylvain.
The cheese plate at Sylvain.
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