The Cheese Course

Nothing is more simply satisfying than a plate of “serious” cheese, some bread and a compatible wine to complement the flavors. Shown here are a collection of artisanal cheeses offered at Burdick’s Restaurant in Walpole. All are locally produced and are as unique as their makers. Next time you are in a fine restaurant give the cheese plate a try, as either a small plate meal or final course. Rich, smooth and creamy — you’ll be surprised by the diversity of flavor coaxed from milk and a bit of culture.
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