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  • n. Plural form of camembert.


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  • Agence France-Presse The world is failing to buy in large quantities camemberts euroland produces This is a familiar picture in Europe, where Germany has long stood out as the exception, the country with a positive trade balance.

    Looking 'Abroad' for Spending Help

  • A flurry of statistics yesterday demonstrated that Europe's economies haven't lost their hunger for consumption, while the wider world is failing to spend its cash on buying in large quantity the cars and camemberts that the factories of euroland produce.

    Looking 'Abroad' for Spending Help

  • Thanks Ellie - Normandy style camemberts are the liquid ones like this which is why they are opened up by cutting off the tops - for Normandy style, the runnier the better - they really are decadent.

    Udder Delights

  • As someone who knows very little about cheeses and has only recently started learning about them, can I ask if all camemberts are meant to mature to liquid like this?

    Udder Delights

  • I've also learned to resist mega-oozy bries and camemberts that look fabulous when I buy them on 23 December but stink the fridge out by Boxing Day and make the trifle taste of smelly socks.

    The Guardian World News


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