I'd like to tell you about the joy's of using this cheese.
I always have this cheese on hand... not for using it as a 'cracker spread', but for making a nice quick dinner.
example: We had some fish to cook. I put the fish (talipa) in a baking pan and added dollops of the cheese on top. During the course of baking, the cheese got all gooey and added such a nice flavor.
I've used this in a simple pasta dish. You can add almost ANYTHING along with the pasta and cheese: small tomatoes, or mushrooms, or salmon, or chicken, or artichoke hearts, or olives or spinich or kale...
Last week I cooked some chicken breasts (kind of like the fish) in a backing pan with a light spread of the Boursin over it.
It is a great staple to have on hand.
It is a little on the expensive side for cheese, but it is very versatile. FRANKLY I didn't really know it could be used as a spread until I started looked up the picture on the Boursin web site. I really had no idea that it's purpose was for a spread!!!
Nope, I'll use it for cooking; for the great seasoning it adds to almost anything.
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ENDS SATRUDAY 10/1