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July 9, 2013 | by

Virginia Hazen Blue

Bayley Hazen Blue: Virginia Woolf.

“It would be too simple to say this is any ordinary cheese with the blues—it’s dense with flavor, care and feeling. The Bayley Hazen has a balanced mix of flavors that range from buttered toast, to chocolate and hazelnuts, and even the dark bitterness of liquorice. This Stilton-like blue is a mix of narratives—the Mrs. Dalloway of cheeses, if you will. It’s a delicious modern classic. Its taste, and the moment you first fell in love with it, will permeate in your memory for years. Don’t let this one get away.” (Via Airship Daily.)




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  1. RobotWisdom Weblog | July 9, 2013 at 2:12 pm

    “…it was his one maxim in this life that if a lady, for example, wanted a bite of a piece of Stilton cheese and he happened, for argument’ sake, to have a quarter of a pound or so of Stilton cheese in his pocket why he’d just simply put his hand in his pocket, don’t you know, and well he’d just give her the cheese, don’t you see, to take a bite off” James Joyce, 1923

  2. Rudy Oldeschulte | July 10, 2013 at 6:47 am

    Wine and cheese are ageless companions, like aspirin and aches, or June and moon, or good people and noble ventures.
    M. F. K. Fisher

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