Monte Enebro is a unique Spanish cheese produced in the beautiful Tiétar Valley, located in the Castilla y León region, a well-known producer of cheese. Monte Enebro is exclusively produced in a small family-run dairy that has been combining tradition and modern technology since 1983. The milk used comes from local goatherds, making the production limited.
Monte Enebro is a soft-ripened, cave cured, goat log well-known for its distinctive creaminess that melts in the palate. The paste is dense and of an intense white color with a moldy rind due to the addition of penicillium roqueforti. The taste is smooth and slightly lactic due to the curdling process (similar to yoghurt) at the beginning, growing more intense, and ending up with an exquisite long aftertaste. When aged, it acquires more complex and intense flavors and aromas. The aroma is reminiscent of mushrooms, herbs, hay and hazelnuts.
Monte Enebro is great on its own or ideal for cooking, working especially well with spices and aromatic herbs. Fantastic with white wines fermented in barrels and from aromatic varietals.
Awarded several Silver medals (2013 and 2008), Bronze (2011) and Gold (2009, 2007 and 2006) at the World Cheese Award.
A highly demanded cheese renown all over the world.
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Makes sense. The New York Jets need to increase McCown's playing time as they get closer to the regular season."I like his leadership, I like how he takes control of the offense," offensive coordinator John Morton said of the Jets' presumptive Week 1 starter, who had a brief but effective outing in the opener. "He's seen a lot of football. I like that. I like his experience. That's the biggest thing."
Morton is a disciple of Jon Gruden, whose preference for seasoned quarterbacks was well known. Food for thought.
A recap of the quarterback competition on Tuesday:
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Wow moment: There was nothing spectacular, just a bunch of high-percentage throws that were executed.
Whoa moment: He almost was intercepted on his first pass, as linebacker Demario Davis dropped into coverage and deflected a pass. McCown has gone six straight practices without an interception. Did we just jinx him?
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