So... I like to expose my kids to new things on occasion. Too often it's ranch dressing and Golden Corral. I like them to at least see that there's a big wide world out there... Usually on Christmas we just have lots of snacks out and don't really have a meal per se. This year the theme is CHEESE! After scouring local markets, local farmers, and a few internet scores, this is what I have so far: Gruyère Camembert Smoked Provolone Burrata Havarti Delft Blauw (bleu) Añejo Brie 'Oud' Gouda Mizithra Manchego Extra Sharp Cheddar To go with it all I have a few varieties of crackers, a couple kinds of apples, grapes, and some smoked salmon. Then we get to talk about the places these cheeses come from, how they're made, history, etc... Any cheese aficionado want to chime in on what they'd add, or their favorites?