Made: November 25, 2011 from Goat's Milk
Ready to Eat: August 25, 2012
Kefalotyri is a Greek cheese. It is very popular in Greece
It is a hard yellow cheese that tastes similar to Gruyere.
Kefalotyri has a salty and sharp flavor;
it is perfect for pasta, or just with some white wine.
Kefalotyri's tangy taste and heavy aroma make it a perfect addition to many dishes.
Grate over pasta or vegetables, use as garnish to cooked dishes.
Kefalotyri can be eaten as it is, fried in olive oil for a dish called saganaki.
It also can be used as a substitute for Romano or Parmesan when making Spanakopita.
The first picture shows the texture of the cheese which includes small holes.
The second picture shows the cheese wrapped in a steamed fig leaf and tied with rattan.
Presentation is important aspect that enhances a cheese eating experience.
Here the fig leaf and rattan capture and enhance the essence of this cheese and add character the cheese.
These are notes made by the cheesemaker (i.e. Joan
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