I made camembert (:
The rind is a bit manky; but the cheese on the inside tastes (and, more importantly, smells) okay. Although next time, I’m going to use different salt on the outside (I used sea salt, that I had to manually grind with the blue cheese which was a PITA; so I used ordinary iodized table salt on this.) – it has a bit of a bitter aftertaste which the salt also has.
If I die in the night; and you’re cleaning up the fridge, don’t eat the cheese (:
Alas, this was the last day in the life of my stilton.
Around about now, it started to smell like stinky death.
Several days later, after no signs of improvement; it started to liquify (and somehow smell even worse…)
Lord Stilton the First *and* Lord Stilton the Second
Tragedy: I put new batteries in my camera to take photos on day 5 of the aging process; but they ran flat overnight ):
It’s turning blue (:
(The top photo was taken in the dining room; whereas the bottom one was taken in the kitchen…where there’s an incandescent light really near the bench, which turns things orange)