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Kate BridgerMy favourite! Would I need to pre-order?

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Rosemary WhitlockOur friend and neighbour when I was growing up was Irene Pagnan and she made the best steak and kidney pie ! The real pie ! Enjoyed dinners at her home on those days !

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Tami ByresMmmmmm Beverly Kenn just like grandma used to make!!

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MicknAngie SimpsonAngie MicknAngie Simpson call in on your way home please.

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Julia EnglishOn my way!

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Aden ClarkeHow much?

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Ruby YanBryn Burditt can we get one?! 😁

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John CampbellReally tops

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Christine BradyLe Grand Fromage do you have at the Nelson location?

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Steve KuijtMont d'Or was just above our house when we were living in Switzerland and we had this cheese many times. they would put it in the oven to warm it up an then simply dip fresh bread into it. Great!

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John Cameron DougallAren't there are other Vacherins (not Mont d'Ors) that are available year round? I believe it was so popular that someone found a way to make it available off season? It is superb !

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Karen RobsonWow - sounds wonderful (and expensive)

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Alanna McBryan KrotzNothing better than the best

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Diana Marie DickiesonOh my!!!😊

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Kim Keays-DaleSounds Devine

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Amanda ForefieldGeorgie Foreman we should probably try this

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Just one of our holiday cheeses... Époisses chese is an unpasteurized cows milk cheese produced in the village of Époisses in Burgundy France. This cheese is steeped in history having first been made by monks in the Abbaye de Citeaux, in Burgundy, France in the 1600's. But far more renowned than the history of this cheese is it's amazing pungent aroma!

Ranked as one of the smelliest cheese in the world, Époisses has reportedly been banned from public transit vehicles across France.

Part of the reason for this distinctive nose is the traditional process of smear ripening the cheese and utilising milk coagulation. The cheese is initially washed in a salty, brine water, then left in a humid cellar. After a month the cheese is then repeatedly washed and rinsed with a mixture of water and a traditional French brandy, Marc de Bourgogne's, two to three times a week for six weeks - until fully mature.

This process inhibits mould growth, allowing bacteria to grow which releases the distinctive aroma and flavour, as well as the soft reddish-orange colour of the thin rind which wrinkles with age.

Époisses is technically a soft cheese, very creamy, but with a chewy and firm texture. Spicy as well as meaty, salty and with hints of earthiness and nuts. It is customarily enjoyed with freshly baked French baguettes, especially when dipped into a room temperature, soft cheese round.

Époisses cheese makes a great gift, as it comes in a beautiful circular wooden box. Limited supply in our Fernie and Nelson stores.
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Jyle BeeanMmmmmmmm

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Holiday tourtieres available at Le Grand Fromage in Nelson and Fernie while supplies last.
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Our new home made Tourtières are from Kaslo BC, by Chez Serge using 'la recette de grand-maman' (grandma's recipe). Each pie weighs approximately 1.25 kg (2.75 lbs) and is fully cooked, just heat & s...

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Julie Dunlop-MawerAre they available in Nelson still?

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Trish PerkinsGreg Pujos Michel remember when your mom would make these and send them home with us..might need a couple.

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Klyde DeGrootI'll be enjoying mine very soon !

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Christine BradyAny left still?

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Danielle DupontJoe...this one is for YOU...

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Grant Christopher BrackenGood news Jean-Christophe Marc-Aurèle you can get one in Nelson made by Serge Dallaire instead of having to get me to pick it up in Kaslo! 😀

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Jen GreenWe just had one last week for my French husbands' birthday and loved it!

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Melanie SalmonAre you still carrying tortieres? If so, how much? Would you do a pre-order?

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Chantel VincentGot mine ordered!!

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Lindsay ReïchYour looking for Christmas help?! That looks amazing!

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