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18 Oct 10 #229964 by .Charles
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Chaource from Sainsbury is rather good. Round like a goats cheese but larger and more like brie in the middle only with some flavour. At room temperature it rather oddly begins to melt from the inside outwards and is more like a cheese fondue than a soft cheese.

Great stuff!

Charles

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19 Oct 10 #230123 by stukadivebomber
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Charles,

I've never heard of that stuff!
It's given me an idea for an xmas present though:laugh:

Yesterday I had no cheese at all:angry:

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31 Jan 11 #248823 by Phewthatsalmostover
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The spicy Mexican stuff, mmmmm!

I LOVE cheese. I make a really cheesy pie with potatoes, sweet potatoes, butternut squash, bacon and onions with a tomato garnish and it is lovely.

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31 Jan 11 #248826 by eyes on horizon
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Viognete and St Andre. you can NOT beat a triple cream brie.

Machengo, stilton, cambozola. mmmmmm.


its a lifelong aspiration of mine to open a cheese shop, My father sends me a Paxton and Whitfield basket each year, and I make apoint of popping in for a 'nose' whenever I am up that London..

Blackie, an excellent pasta is gorgonzola, creme fresh, pine nuts, wilted spinach and some leeks. Heavenly.

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01 Feb 11 #248917 by stukadivebomber
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Tesco Value Cheddar this week:( again:angry:

But it's only for sandwiches;) :cheer:

Looks like I need to remember to post when I have something exotic:cheer:

PTAO you sound like a bit of a chef:unsure:
If we bring the drink, can we come & try that one out?

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01 Feb 11 #248930 by Marshy_
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stukadivebomber wrote:

Tesco Value Cheddar this week:( again:angry: quote]

Nothing wrong with that. I use the same cheese in my sarnies. I also grate it and put it on my spag boll. But dont buy the gratted stuff. Its a con. C.

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01 Feb 11 #248938 by vivi36
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recently discovered Neal's Yard goat's cheese. I wasn't particulay blown away by the idea of goats cheese, but you gotta try this one! amazing! better than brie xxx

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