crottin

crot·tin

 (krŏt′n)
n.
1. A pungent cheese made of goat's milk and formed into small disks.
2. A disk of this cheese.

[French, from Old French crotin, animal dropping, diminutive of crotte, dung, probably of Germanic origin.]
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The filo wrapped crottin with honey soused tomatoes, lovage and kale (PS6.
Finally, the little Bijou from Vermont Creamery is made in the style of a traditional French Crottin de Chavignol.
Choices will include starters of rope-grown mussels, a warm British flaked ham salad, baked goat's cheese crottin or Loch Fyne fish soup and mains of grilled cod rarebit, whole roasted sea bass, salmon fillet, an Aberdeen Angus chargrilled burger or spelt risotto with Portobello mushroom.
Subjects evaluated Pacherenc, Sancerre, Bourgogne and Madiran wines after nibbling on epoisses, comte, Roquefort and crottin de chavignol cheeses.
Roedd o'n poeni o ddifri am ddyfodol yr hyfryd Brie de Meaux, le Crottin de Chavignol a'r Bleu d'Auvergne, a bron nad oes dagrau yn fy llygaid innau yn dychymygu dyfodol o'r fath.
Arguelles especially recommends the ancient Comte and Fourme d'Ambert; the creamy Camembert and Brie; the Reblochon; the goat cheeses Crottin and SainteMaure; the sheepmilk blue cheese Roquefort.
ROASTED BABY HEIRLOOM BEETS, VANILLA-INFUSED GOAT CHEESE, PUMPKIN SEED PESTO Serves 4 1 bunch each of baby yellow, candy, and red beets 1 cup white balsamic 1 cup EVO 3 garlic cloves 3 sprigs thyme 2 blood oranges 1 vanilla bean 1 small wheel Crottin de Champcol 1 bunch wild arugula 1 bunch yellow frisee 1 bunch mustard greens Any type of cress 1/2 cup pumpkin seed oil 1/2 cup pumpkin seeds, toasted Salt, pepper, coriander seeds CUT GOAT cheese lengthwise along the side into two long halves.
Spring Sonoma County Salad with Redwood Hill Farm Crottin, Meyer Lemon Zest and Fresh Apples
Goat's cheese: Crottin de chavignol and Sainte Maure
Et aussi le crottin des chevaux de la police montee chargee de la securite