Crackers

By Christina Collins

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hese Walnut, Honey & Olive Oil Crackers by The Fine Cheese Co from Bath, England are one of the best foodie discoveries I have ever made. There are simply perfect with some of my favorite soft cheeses, such as my most beloved Harbison Cheese from Jasper Hill Farm and Vermont Creamery’s Coupole. The crackers are perfect for holding up to the creamy consistencies of these wonderful cheeses and their rich, buttery flavors. These crackers have taken my cheese tastings to a whole new level and my palate is so grateful for it!

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