The Andante Dairy goat cheese pyramid is a little like that rare woodpecker in Arkansas that some people say they have seen and others say is extinct. If you can get up early enough, you might catch a fleeting glimpse of the pyramid at the Andante stand at the Ferry Plaza Saturday Farmers Market. I have been lucky enough to catch it twice; all other times I have either been too late (and I would argue that 9:00 a.m. shouldn't be considered late for a weekend morning unless you happen to have a baby in the house) or the person at the stand has denied all knowledge of even the existence of the pyramid. The pyramid is an aged goat cheese, firm and creamy, yet a little crumbly, the perfect consistency for eating on a cracker. The first time I bought one, I served it to dinner guests, ladies with petite appetites who only ate half of it and I spent a glorious week eating goat cheese pyramid on starr ridge crackers for dinner. The second time I bought one, I served it to dinner guests, ravenous gluttons who devoured the whole thing in the time it took me to prep a leg of lamb for the grill. My recommendation: put the pyramid on your life list while maintaining to others that it is only a myth.