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  • Nettlesome: a tomme-style mixed-milk cheese with a mottled rind and a paste flecked with stinging nettles.

    Say Cheese: Europe by way of New Jersey

  • Melanie Dietrich Cochran and her husband, Mark, only started making their washed-rind tomme-style cheeses last September.

    Say Cheese: The Keswick manner

  • Wenda ratcheted her curving spine a tomme straighter.

    Raven Speak

  • Bill chose the local tomme, which proved to be the correct choice because Rosie, Eileen and me all had fromage blanc.

    Day 1-Les Houches to Auberge du Truc

  • A dutiful student, he learns how to make a variety of hard cheese called tomme.

    Ah, Wilderness

  • On coupe à travers pâturages depuis le Meilleret pour descendre sur le Lac des Chavonnes (fort joli) où un petit restau sympa nous attend (et une tomme de chèvre fraîche sur lit de salade pour moi).

    Retour en plaine — Climb to the Stars

  • Another good introduction for goat skeptics: tomme, a mild-flavored, semi-hard cheese usually made with cow's milk but here made with all goat's milk (Twig Farm also makes a mixed-milk tomme).

    Merlot for Snobs

  • Pastoral's Best of the Midwest gift set features three cheeses by regional producers: Big Woods Blue, a sheep's milk blue from Minnesota; Little Darling, a cow's milk tomme from Wisconsin; and Capriole Farm's O'Banon, a goat cheese wrapped in bourbon-soaked chestnut leaves, from Indiana.

    Chicago Reader

  • Their Naughty Nellie is a raw tomme-style cheese washed in Pike Pub

    Luxist

  • Surely boxing it will prevent the smoke flavouring it? morbier, tomme and mature camenbert washed down with a good quality french red

    Army Rumour Service

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