The cheeses sold in La Poulette are as tempting as the one in the well-known fable, The Fox and the Crow. Just looking in the ... More
The cheeses sold in La Poulette are as tempting as the one in the well-known fable, The Fox and the Crow. Just looking in the shop window will make your mouth water - there are cow's or goat's cheeses, pasteurised or unpasteurised ones, creamy, melt-in-the-mouth blue cheeses and 'tomes' from the countryside just inland. In all colours and all kinds of shapes, they're sure to satisfy all palates. If you can't make up your mind, ask for advice: the staff are well acquainted with the produce and are more than pleased to help. This place has all you need to follow a very pleasant (but not all that long established) Nice custom - inviting your friends round and offering them an all-cheese meal. All you need on the table are a couple of cheeses (to be served in the order the cheese seller has told you to), some tasty bread, some good wine and a few nuts and apples. All in all a very sociable affair and deliciously original treat!
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