New York, NY (PRWEB) November 19, 2010
Ile de France Cheese is celebrating the release of its new recipe for Camembert cheese with a weeks-long web festival filled with unique recipes, free cheese giveaways and more.
The new camembert cheese features a rustic, savory taste and offers cheese lovers a fresh flavor that is a truly palatable alternative to the famous Ile de France Brie.
Made in the Normandie region of France - the birthplace of camembert and a traditional home of fine cheese craftsmanship - the new camembert recipe showcases the cheese’s deliciously earthy flavor.
Check http://www.IledeFranceCheese.com throughout the coming weeks for:
6 original camembert recipes
From the salad and soup to the entre and dessert, camembert is as versatile as cheese gets. Camembert recipes featuring the cheese in all sorts of dishes will debut each week.
4 original video recipes
Learn delicious ways to show off the flavors of camembert by viewing original video recipes, filmed on location with a French chef in Washington D.C.
Starting November 15, printable coupons good for $1 off the new camembert - which can be used anywhere the cheese is sold - will be given away.
Cheese maker interview
An interview with a master cheese maker will reveal the secrets of making authentic French camembert cheese.
Blogger recipes and reviews
Foodie bloggers’ recipes and reviews featuring the new Ile de France Camembert cheese will be featured on the official Ile de France Cheese Cheese Lover’s Blog.
About the Ile de France Normandie Camembert
Only rBst-free, pasteurized milk from cows that graze in the Normandie region's lush green pastures is used to make the new recipe of Ile de France Camembert.
The milk used to make the new camembert is transformed within 48 hours of milking to ensure absolute freshness. The result is an earthy, full flavored and creamy fromage that features mushroom and nutty overtones – with an extraordinary aromatic bouquet.
The new camembert’s rustic, woody flavor results from the quality of its ingredients and the traditional cheese making methods used to produce it.
In addition to the Camembert Web Festival, visitors to http://www.IledeFranceCheese.com will find detailed descriptions of dozens of fine cheeses and hundreds of unique recipes featuring French cheese. Tips, guides and how to articles on cheeses pairings, flavor profiles and more are available as well.