Can we talk about Cheese?

Discussion in 'The Tearoom' started by Jezza, Nov 20, 2017.

  1. Jezza

    Jezza Regular Member

    Without all Hell breaking loose?
    Albeit MrsP is a fan, I have yet to come across a palatable French cheese.
    To me a cheese must be hard, preferably mature and a Cheddar.
     
  2. Nazz

    Nazz Member

    Baked camembert, caramelised onion chutney with french bread, glass of red... Tasty
     
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    Jezza

    Jezza Regular Member

    Yes MrsP bakes Camembert in those little round wooden box things that it comes in.
    I can't be doing with it nor can the dogs but they all queue up wagging their tails whenever I break out the Cheddar and crackers.
    Dairlea Spreadable in tubs is a good quick sandwich filler though albeit, technically; NOT cheese at all.
     
  4. Big Andy

    Big Andy Well-Known Member Staff Member

    I don't eat much cheese these days but surely the King of cheeses has to be a fine blue stilton.
     
  5. Baron Vlad Harkonenn

    Baron Vlad Harkonenn Regular Member

    Cheese can make all hell break lose, especially when it is rolled down a hill and a bunch of nutters run after it. Other than that it is quite benign.
     
  6. Sonic Budgie

    Sonic Budgie Active Member

    And this thread is dead to me.
     
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  7. jhawk

    jhawk Member

    Mozzarella, only on pizza.

    I'm weird, I know.
     
  8. 26x25

    26x25 Member

    Gromit..............
     
  9. pubrunner

    pubrunner Regular Member Staff Member

    Does anyone remember Lymeswold cheese ? I remember eating a huge amount of the stuff, when I got back to our pub, after a night out at Shrewsbury Beer Festival - went down a treat, aided by some red wine and some Planter's nuts.
     
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    Jezza

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