Do the French eat their cheese with a crusty baguette? Some do, but true connoisseurs need only a knife and fork to enjoy their cheese. If they do reach for bread, the choice might be a walnut or walnut-currant loaf. The nut and fruit accents are better complements to the cheese than the blander white flour baguette, and there’s no crackly crust to interfere with the texture of the cheese (or to require a crumb-sweeper).
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