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Strong Dutch stuff like Dutch Master, lovely.

I'd offer you a beer, but I've only got six cans.

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Cheese and Herb eh?

*Taps nose.

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Milking a Beaver !! what a fucking great job.

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Beaver cheese, sounds like the smegma that congregates on a fat lass' gusset. I'm out!

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Rudi wrote:

Roquefort, Halloumi, a good Cheddar, that hard Spanish one (Manchenga?) and Kraft Dairy Lee Triangles.

Halloumi, roasted with peppers, aubergines and courgettes and served in a tomato sauce with pasta or cous cous. Blinding (not literally). The Spanish one is Manchego. Very nice.

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A good, strong, cheddar. Simples. However, the mexicana chilli ones are great as are the double gloucester with onion and chives and red leicester with cracked black pepper (that I got reduced at Morrisons). I like feta, too, but it's not for everyone.

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Beaufort, Pont L'Eveque, Livarot, St Marcellin, Morbier..

My cheese consumption has moderated since moving to Canada - stupidly expensive, you could invest in it ...

Take off hosers ...

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Potted blue stilton with port wine. Wow.

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placidcasual wrote:

Beaver cheese, sounds like the smegma that congregates on a fat lass' gusset. I'm out!

I'm in.

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Stilton, Dolcelletti, and a good chedder, with digestives and a good chutney.

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Revieswhites wrote:

Stilton, Dolcelletti, and a good chedder, with digestives and a good chutney.

...whilst using butter to 'cement' your creation together.

Possibly with a suggestion of pickled onion.

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love that Wensleydale with Cranberries in.
Still fetching it to work in my "snap" box seeing as we got boatloads left from Christmas.

Getting addicted to the stuff!

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This deserves a reboot: I fucking love cheese, me. How about an unpasteurised Smoked Cumberland? Or a Blue Shropshire?

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The eldest brought some Mature Gouda with truffle over, last week - beautiful stuff.

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Stilton, walkers salt and vinegar crisps sandwiches with good quality white bread thinly buttered. Sounds weird but it just works. Blumenthal? I've shit him.

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I like that smoked stuff

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heyho wrote:

I like that smoked stuff

'erb?

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Emmentaal, Pecorino, Stilton, some number called Dutch Master or something. 


My favourite when I was a kid was Primula cheese and ham, sucked out of the tube.

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Applewood Smoked Cheese. That's the devil.

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Ah, here it is. Just got in a slab of mature Cumberland - ace.

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Bake me a Camenbert or throw a slab of Brie in a toasty.

With some chutney.

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Soft and/or blue for me. Also well sweated, fresh French loaf and a boisterous, room temperature chateau Neuf du pape. That and a trawl through YouTube, reliving my yoof. Heaven.

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Off to Chevanceaux in August and will be adventuring in cheese, wine, moles,  steak and frittes.  I suspect there will be the odd puree du marron waffle with cream too.

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I've had slugs, frogs legs and hairy French women. But I've never had moles.

You fucking pioneer you. Bon chance mon ami. Mauvais mott pour moi.

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