|Posted by Maddie on November 17, 2011 at 8:35 AM|
Describing cheese requires skill. And I'm not yet an expert yet either, but I'm learning from one: Max McCalman. Max McCalman is a James Beard Award recipient, author of 3 successful reference books on cheese, Dean of Curriculum at Artisanal, won the "World's Best Book on Cheese" Award, and is NASA's go-to guy for all questions cheese.
I thought I would compile a list for you so you can describe cheese like the professionals do.
Pillowy, Creamy, Dense, Chewy, Elastic, Velvety, Toothsome, Pasty, Sticky, Crumbly, Dry, Creamy, Dense, Chewy, Elastic, Pliable
Barnyardy, Beefy, Grassy, Gamy, Earthy, Herbaceous, Tangy, Buttery,
Earthy, Nutty, Mushroomy, Sharp, Stinky, Pungent, Smoky, Caramelized
Now, all you poets can use these adjectives in your poems about cheese! Email firstname.lastname@example.org your poems, or comment below!