While we are packing our home, there aren't a ton of choices for dinner. We are trying very hard to work through the food we have in store. You know... canned soup, mac 'n cheese, frozen pizza, and sandwiches. So tonight, it was mandarin orange stir fry vegetables (no... not recommended) and a Havarti grilled cheese sandwich.
I love cheese. The family owned a cheese shop and I learned about Jarlsburg, Gruyere, Gorgonzola, Brie, Gloucester, Stilton and on and on. But tonight it occured to me that I had never heard of a good Scottish cheese. Surely they exist.
And it appears that indeed, they do exist.
How about a great Red Anster? Alisa Craig? Criffel? Dunsyre Blue? Morangie Brie? Cambus o'May? Wow! I had no idea. Now when in Scotland next year, I have added testing all these cheeses to my bucket list.
If you can stand reading all about this tempting cheese, then please follow this link to the same photo above, as well as a wonderful article about each of these varieties of cheese. https://food.list.co.uk/article/29509-the-best-scottish-cheeses/
In the meantime, I might actually see if any of this is available outside Scotland. Wouldn't it be fun to try these?!