Cheese Please!

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When I was growing up in Charleston, some of my fondest memories are from my parents cocktail parties at our home, gathered around a fabulous cheese plate. I know that sounds kinda crazy, but cheese is something that is really important to me and I view fantastic cheese plates as the mark of a really successful cocktail hour. Last weekend I hosted my first cocktail party on my own, so my first concern was getting cheese. Luckily, I live around the corner from my favorite cheese shop in the world, goat. sheep. cow. The day before the party I hopped in my golf cart and drove over to their store to discuss what kind of cheese plate they would make for me.

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It has been pretty cold in Charleston lately, so I made sure I had my new Barbour jacket on. It looks very different from the other Barbours I have seen and that’s why I like it so much – it’s classic but with a little bit of edge.

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goat. sheep. cow. is nestled just below Broad Street in downtown Charleston. Their selection of meat, cheese, and crackers is stellar and I always find something I haven’t tried yet there.

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They also carry an adorable wine bag made by J. Stark, a favorite local product of mine!

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The people who work at goat. sheep. cow. couldn’t be nicer. They always create the best cheese boards and this time was no exception! I ordered three cheeses and two meats and it came perfectly assembled on this board; the only thing I had to do was return the board the following week. If you’re looking for ease in your cheese plate, this is the place to go.

Sweater//Jacket//Scarf//Boots (sold out..but similar here and here)//Cheese

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