About Food – Georgian Cheese at Tbilisoba 2014

Sulguni and Imeretian cheese are Georgia’s best known traditional cheeses but there are many others that are less well known but of outstanding quality and taste. Tbilisi’s annual October festival, “Tbilisoba” (Georgian: თბილისობა), was an opportunity for Georgia’s cheese makers to show off the diversity and quality of their cheeses to Tbilisi residents, visitors and tourists.

Georgian cheese at Tbilisoba.

Georgian cheese at Tbilisoba.

 

Georgian cheese at Tbilisoba.

Georgian cheese at Tbilisoba.

 

Georgian cheese at Tbilisoba

Georgian cheese at Tbilisoba

 

Georgian cheese at Tbilisoba.

Georgian cheese at Tbilisoba.

 

Georgian soft cheese at Tbilisoba.

Georgian soft cheese at Tbilisoba.

 

Georgian cheese at Tbilisoba.

Georgian cheese at Tbilisoba.

 

Georgian cheese at Tbilisoba

Georgian cheese at Tbilisoba

 

Soft cheese and peppers.

Soft cheese and peppers.

 

Colorful Georgian cheese at Tbilisoba.

Colorful Georgian cheese at Tbilisoba.

 

Georgian cheese with herbs at Tbilisoba.

Georgian cheese with herbs at Tbilisoba.

 

Georgian cheese at Tbilisoba.

Georgian cheese at Tbilisoba.

 

Georgian cheese at Tbilisoba.

Georgian cheese at Tbilisoba.

 

Georgian cheese at Tbilisoba.

Georgian cheese at Tbilisoba.

Enjoy Georgian cheese!

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