Spain Produces Great Cheeses, None With *** Milk

by Stephen Maher on Thursday, March 11, 2010

Manchego CheeseRecently, a New York chef and new dad, Daniel Angerer, was running out of room in his freezer to store his wife's breast milk. Instead of throwing out the excess he decided to use some of the milk to make cheese at his restaurant!

He served the delicate delicacy to his clients and posted the recipe to his blog! He reportedly got hundreds of phone calls demanding more of the cheese. It's said to have a sweet taste.

And while I haven't run across a breast milk region of Spain, all 17 regions do produce unique cheese flavors. Manchego cheese from La Mancha, the home of don Quijote, is probably the most well known.

Pair a nice bottle of Rioja, a hunk of mild and salty manchego and a warm baguette before your siesta and enjoy.

Cheers!


Keywords: tapas!!

Comments

1 » brown.alex7734 (on Monday, March 15, 2010) said:

Its great...

2 » liquidgraph (on Tuesday, March 30, 2010) said:

Thanks for sharing.

3 » Anonymous (on Wednesday, March 31, 2010) said:

ne of the great pleasures of travelling in this country is discovering new local cheese. Spain produces over 80 different types of cheese, many of them superb.

4 » mikcacciari (on Tuesday, April 06, 2010) said:

wow! I am amaze of 80 different cheese. Wish I could taste it.

5 » azeem123 (on Wednesday, April 07, 2010) said:

Thanks.. It is an useful piece of information.