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“Helen ManthorpIngredientsSliced white breadCheddar and edam cheese, gratedThinly sliced or chopped onionButter, if you insist When I left university and moved on to my first houseboat with Tom, we had unlimited free electricity because there was an abandoned substation in a disused building next to our mooring.”
“Artisan cheese is a tough business," said Beau Schoch, who in 2009 began selling an aged Monterey Jack and a Dutch-style edam made at his family's dairy in Salinas.”
“Many of these you might find in a grocery store, though finding edam will baffle you.”
“At this little factory they made a great variety of cheese: brie, edam, manchego, parmesan, gouda, camembert, among others.”
“Tonight, that involves getting Tulisa from N'Dubz and John Simpson into the same room and throwing edam on to Brendan Cole's face.”
“October 17, 2009 at 6:29 am i don give edam if it not have cheeze”
“Hannah was finishing off the last of the minestrone, also with corn cakes and a bit of edam.”
“Myra sliced edam and put it on plates with last night's three-bean salad, cherry tomatoes, mandarin oranges and broccoli florets.”
“She added grated edam and chopped tomatoes before pouring it into a skillet.”
“Queso edam: Although not considered a Mexican cheese, Edam has become such an intrinsic part of Yucatecan regional cooking that it is worth including here.”
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Names of cheeses from around the world, blatantly stolen from every source available to me.
"A dessert without cheese is like a beautiful woman with one eye." - Jean Anthelme Brillat-S...
everything cheese,expressions like
stiff cheddar,turophile's heaven
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You know....what you order when you're feeling peckish!
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delicious sounding foodstuffs
"Poets have been mysteriously silent on the subject of cheese." -- G.K. Chesterton
(Those that I can find at the grocer's. I haven't earned enough Cheese Connoisseur Points to even consider ...
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