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  • Rosa -- The Gruyere is particularly untraditional, but I love it!

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  • The Swiss complained, arguing the very name Gruyere comes from one of their towns nestling in the Alpine foothills, and that they had been making the celebrated cheese for centuries.

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  • The Gruyere is a nice complement to the leek flavor.

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  • Olive-oil bread with roasted tomatoes and garlic, Gruyere bread with fennel seeds.

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  • Olive-oil bread with roasted tomatoes and garlic, Gruyere bread with fennel seeds.

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  • Olive-oil bread with roasted tomatoes and garlic, Gruyere bread with fennel seeds.

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  • Olive-oil bread with roasted tomatoes and garlic, Gruyere bread with fennel seeds.

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  • Olive-oil bread with roasted tomatoes and garlic, Gruyere bread with fennel seeds.

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  • Olive-oil bread with roasted tomatoes and garlic, Gruyere bread with fennel seeds.

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  • Olive-oil bread with roasted tomatoes and garlic, Gruyere bread with fennel seeds.

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  • A yellow, creamy, unpasteurized, semi-soft cheese from Switzerland.

    July 20, 2009