Monday September 26th, 2011


I’m sure you know that France has more than 300 different types of cheese. But what you probably did not know is not all of them are good.

They have here, in the north of France, a famous cheese called “Maroille”; they put this in a lot of their traditional meals: quiche with Maroille, maroille flan, etc…

So the other day Francois and I were in the supermarket, and we decided to get a piece of maroille to taste it; everybody talks about it, it’s a shame that we don’t know how it tastes like. No need to tell you that it was the biggest mistake we ever did! We put the cheese in a box in the fridge, but even with this everything in the fridge was smelling like it! Whatever we took out of the fridge had maroille smell: the fruits, the vegetables, anything.

Since we couldn’t stand the smell or the taste of the cheese, we decided to cook it; after all this is also how the French eat it. I looked up some recipe on the internet (chicken with beer and maroille) and we prepared it; the result was even worst! It’s midnight, everything was cleaned and got ridden of since this afternoon, and the house is still smelling like maroille :S

Chicken with Maroille and beer sauce; rice on the side

This will teach us not to taste any cheese we’ll decide to buy from now on before getting it; I hope you can learn from this also.

See you tomorrow!

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Comments
5 Responses to “Monday September 26th, 2011”
  1. tania says:

    lol and now i know why it was a fiasco the tabkha hahah

  2. The husband says:

    Long live “La Vache qui Rit”

  3. The husband says:

    non!

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