let it warm up a little out of the fridge, so you can spread it all over the bread or what-have-you.
then toast it, if you like. or stick it under the broiler for a minute or so. or leave it as is.
then spread it with lots of good honey. if you ever see meadowfoam honey anywhere, you owe it to yourself to try it. it's like vanilla beans making out with caramel in a field on a brilliant summer day.
one of the less
florid floral, less sweet honeys would be good, too - like buckwheat or chestnut. or of course you can use just regular ol' honey out of a honey bear. you can't go too far wrong.
then grind lots of black pepper over. i like to use a fairly coarse grind level, so that you crunch into bits of pepper. but whatever. just make sure to grind it right over the honey and cheese - the pre-ground dust will not be anywhere close to as good.
if you make this with homemade bread and really fresh goat cheese and good honey, it is pretty much the best thing in the world.