- n. Archaic spelling of geitost.
“Right enough to get through, and right enough to have the good memories, and right enough to have Orange Julius and gjetost.”
“So I am packing, in addition to my toothbrush and socks and like that, board games and DVDs and oranges and pepparkakor and shortbread and gjetost and wine. timprov was invited but decided to join us on Christmas Day if the roads and his health permit, and if not he has the fixings for an excellent Timprovian dinner.”
“February 2nd, 2010 at 6: 05 pm tombaker says: all cheesemakers. even those who make gjetost.”
“For an accent, try a small amount of tangy hard cheese that you will have to grate such as provolone, Parmigiano-Reggiano, Romano, or gjetost.”
“D ask the lazy bums t home to watch the stove for 6 hours while making gjetost. thanks for the click entry.”
“But after being enlightened about gjetost - thanks to you guys - I am thinking i may like that too!”
“I think I will hunt gjetost - how to say this anyway?”
“Though some people serve Julekake with butter or jam, it is more often served with the Norwegian brown goat cheese, gjetost In the countryside it is also served with salted meats.”
“These pictures make it clear that whenever gjetost is being made, a goat is always nearby to supervise the work.”
“The thought is that brown food = brown fat, which is good news if you have a fondness for chocolate things as well as brunost and gjetost.”
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