While we do not advocate skipping personal hygiene in any capacity, there are some arenas in which being stinky is perfectly acceptable. Or at least one arena — when it comes to cheese, where we truly believe that the smellier, the better. Terzo Piano shares that sentiment, and so tonight they're launching a monthly homage to these misunderstood dairy products. The second Thursday of each month, one of the dessert options on the $45 prix fixe dinner menu will be a selection of American smellies, plus a wine pairing. To kick things off tonight there's the (punningly named) Dairy Air, a goat's milk stinker from Reichert's Dairy, Knoxville, Iowa; a Virginia cow's milk from Meadow Creek dairy called Grayson; and Gorgonzola Dolce, from Wisconsin's Bel Gioioso.
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