Bonjour mes amis! Today we are looking at St. Felicien. A raw cow's milk cheese from Southeastern France. If you've ever had St. Marcellin, this cheese is quite similar although with a slightly higher fat content.
St. Felicien is a soft-ripened cheese made from cow's milk. Don't let it's mild appearance through you off though. This is a big cheese in a little crock. Well, now I've got the song "fat guy in a little coat" stuck in my head. The only good part of the film Tommy Boy.
When young this cheese is tart and grassy. A little bit bitter as well. As the cheese matures and ripens it develops more of a sour milk taste. I like this cheese when it's soft and creamy on the edges but hasn't quite reached the center yet.
St. Felicien comes in a lovely reusable crock. It's where my Euros live.
We were so busy eating the cheese that I almost forgot to take a picture of the paste. Bad Cheesewench!
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