An infographic that explains what artisan cheese is, with different regional cheese explained and tips on how to make your own >> https://www.finedininglovers.com/blog/food-drinks/artisan-cheese-infographic/
Autumn Harvest Board Artisan Bread Artisan Cheeses : Humboldt Fog Goat, Teahive Cheddar & a French Roquefort Blue Olives Orchard fruit Figs Pomegranate Butter & Flakey Sea Salt Honeycomb Spicy Dark Chocolate A few pointers when arranging: • Use a big enough board. • Place the cheeses & bread down first, everything else can be scattered around & made to fit. • If using honeycomb, place on the board at the edge. The honey starts to seep out of the comb as soon as it is cut.
Canestrato: Produced throughout Italy’s south, this is a basket cheese with variations rife throughout the regions. Historically significant, the expressions are endless: here is a version made from 100% ewe’s milk in Campania, the shin of the boot.
This image reminds me of the shed/cellar where our vacation hosts in Pienza, Italy kept their drying Pecorino Romano cheeses. They kept the small wheels wrapped in grape leaves from their vineyard. I'm so glad that I can purchase affordable, but delicious, Publix - brand Italian cheeses so I can eat yummy meals at home that remind me of my travels in Italy. #contest