I, too, am asking those questions. Life is hard for us adults. So, lately, I've been rewarding myself for, you know, earning my keep, by having a little nibble of cheese when I get home from work. Supermarket cheddar is not for me, though - I'm talking the fancy stuff. So, partly to remember what I've had, partly to refine my cheese-tasting palate, and partly to encourage everyone else to reward themselves for being responsible adults, I'm introducing a weekly cheese post.
E. Grandorge Petit Camembert au Calvados
This camembert from the Normandy region of France is a soft cow's milk cheese soaked in apple brandy. It tastes herbacious, lightly fruity, buttery, with a deliciously oozy texture. It's not as apply as I expected. $10 for a little over 5 ounces, it's a little pricey, but worth it.
A note on cheese: Don't eat it straight from the fridge. Soft cheeses need time to sit out so you can discern their more subtle flavors.
Straight from the fridge