Hello my lovelies!
I am sitting at the computer this morning drinking hot, hot tea and eating crunchy toast topped with very ripe camembert. I don’t know about you, but for me, breakfast doesn’t get much better than this.
Camembert is definitely one of my favourite things. The fact that my local supermarket discounts it when it gets near its use-by date is another. I don’t know if you’ve ever noticed this, but camembert and brie ripen with time and in fact they are about perfect to eat just on their supermarket use-by date. Full of flavour, soft and creamy and… ahem. moving on. The point is that when the supermarket has a extra wedge and it goes in the deli discount basket, it’s a hot time for breakfast at my place.
I should point out that the picture above is of brie that is NOT ripe. This is the firmness at which is it often sold and you can eat it this way (it’s much easier to cut, as demonstrated but the fact it is being cut with what looks like a pate knife) and it still tastes good. (As is demonstrated by the fact that the photographer’s family clearly got to it before he got the tripod set up.) But it’s better when it is ripe.