Belgian food reveals a variety of influences from other countries. Their cheeses are most directly influenced by the French, due to the fact that many are made by the Trappist Monks who fled France to Belgium in the mid-nineteenth century. The proximity of the two countries also plays a significant role in the influence. The cheeses on this board are fine examples of the Trappist's cheese making ability.
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- Chevagne: A surprisingly mild, smooth goat's milk cheese. Delicious sliced and served on a dark, nutty bread, shaved over salads, or as part of a cheese board. Chevagne also melts well. (8 oz)
- Passendale: Made from cow's milk, this cheese has a semi-soft texture and a sweet, creamy flavor. (8 oz)
- Old Brugge:Tradition and nostalgia were the driving factors behind the creation of this Belgian Gouda-style cheese. (8 oz)
- Chimay with Beer: A robust, semi-soft cheese that is washed in beer, giving it the distinct flavors of hops. (8 oz)
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