Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Rumiano Cheese Company. All stories, thoughts, opinions, etc. are my own.
Growing up I often spent weekday breakfasts at my Grandparent’s house. My Grandmother watched me while my Mom went to medical school, and then later while she was at work, and their house was my second home. I have so many joy filled memories of my time there, and today I wanted to share one with you.
For breakfast, we often would have “petit dejeuner”, a tradition that I brought with me as I formed my own little family. Petit dejeuner is French for breakfast, and in France I’m sure it includes plenty of delicious croissant and pastries… but in my family it is toast with butter and cheese, occasionally fruit, or simple foods.
In my Grandparent’s house, we often ate a variety of hard and soft cheeses, some quite stinky, others very mild. In my house, we have mostly been sticking to sharp cheddar since Bodie and I both love it, and it keeps our breakfast budget down.
For this petit dejeuner, we sampled Rumiano’s organic, grass fed sharp cheddar. It was creamy, fairly mild, and delicious. All three of us enjoyed it, and my two year old is usually a hard sell on the sharp cheddars.