Itchy Feet: How to cut cheeses in France

Itchy Feet: How to cut cheeses in France

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France is a cheese-lover's haven, but suffer the consequences if you mess up the different shapes of French cheeses by not adhering to French cheese-cutting etiquette.

 

 

 
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Itchy Feet: Malachi RempenMalachi Rempen is an American filmmaker, author, photographer and cartoonist. Born in Switzerland and raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico, he fled Los Angeles after film school and 'expatted' it in France, Morocco, Italy, and now Berlin, Germany, where he lives with his Italian fiancée. Itchy Feet is his weekly cartoon chronicle of travel, language learning, and life as an expat.

 

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  • 24/7 in France posted:

    on 22nd October 2013, 14:13:42 - Reply

    The general French rule of thumb in cutting cheeses is to maintain the original form - Voila!