This is a picture of the view from the back of the house we're staying at- at five this morning. I was up, so i went out to go watch the sunrise, which I tried to do, until the bugs were eating me alive, and I had to come back in and snuggle back into my bed for a few more hours.
Anyway.... so the cheese yesterday was a Honey Chevre, which you can read about here
I served it with toasted Tuscan Pane bread, and apricot jam, and there was also a little container of dark chocolate almonds with turbinado sugar and sea salt to snack on at what we've dubbed "the cheese hour"
I thought it was REALLY good. the honey adds a sweetness, and there isn't any of the chalkyness that you sometimes get with chevre, and I had let it sit out about an hour before serving, so it was room temp and really pliable. I think the honey emulsifies the cheese a little- it was really spreadable and delicious, and you could taste the honey in it. The family liked it too, even more than yesterday's brie, which I thought was surprising.
We still had some cheese left when we were running low of things to put it on, so my sister toasted some more bread, and let me tell you- when it's on warm toast, this cheese goes from a solid, standard cheese, to something amazing and wonderful.