Camembert au Calvados
Some believe that an iconic cheese like Camembert should be left well alone. But Androuët, the retailer named after France's legendary cheese maker, soak this cheese in Calvados and cover it in breadcrumbs.
With the rind scrapped off, the breadcrumbs absorb the aroma of the alcohol and apples from the Calvados. The creamy interior has a gamey taste with hints of mushrooms.
Enjoy this cheese with Calvados, or cider and with perhaps walnuts rather than bread.