Bought it from Sainsbury's 200g for £2-20, it comes in a round card type container. Our use by date is 29-12-14 but it is so great tasting .....I'm just going to have to buy some more.
This is how it's described !
"Pié d’Angloys is a sinfully rich and creamy cow’s milk cheese, similar to camembert. One of France’s favourite's, it originates from the legendary Burgundy region of eastern France, which is well-known for its fine foods and wines. Supple and soft, the combination of its melt-in-the-mouth texture with its rich, full flavour creates an unforgettable experience.
Made from cow’s milk, it has an edible ivory rind and a pale-coloured centre, that is soft and spreadable, with a slightly salty bouquet. As the cheese ages, the rind is washed with wine, and cheese ripens from the outside inward.
Pié d'Angloys is definitely the ideal choice for the cheeseboard. It can also be enjoyed simply with crusty French bread to transform a lunch or a quick snack into a treat. Suitable for everyday cooking, this cheese enhances the flavour of pastas, salads and rich sauces. Enjoy it with a glass of white Sancerre, Chardonnay or a rich Burgundy or Pinot Noir. "
I absolutely agree with the description 'it is sinfully rich and creamy"
As a low carber I'd give the crusty bread a miss and serve with some olives ....plus a glass of rich burgundy or how about that Port you referred to in another thread?
What a great way to start the weekend - well it is Friday after all