Wednesday, February 9, 2011

A Cheese Plate for Lovers

Few things are as romantic as sharing a cheese plate. You pour some wine, light some candles, and let the nibbling begin. For Valentine’s Day, a lot of people get hung up on symbolism, but what means more: a box of box of heart-shaped chocolates or a selection of cheeses that have been around for centuries?

Allow me to present my Cheeses of Longevity series: 3 cheeses that have more history than any human relationship. Eating cheeses like this can only bring good luck. To continue reading, please visit the Di Bruno Blog.

Full disclosure: This post is part of a paid bimonthly series I write for Di Bruno Bros., one of my fave cheese haunts in Philadelphia.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for coming into professor lyons class today. it was great to hear about niche blogging especially about food. do you know if food writing will be offered next semester?