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- n. Alternative capitalization of Cantal
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The printed menu offers a selection of tartine—toasts with toppings such as cantal cheese and prosciutto ($7), cheese ($7 each) and charcuterie ($8 each).
Mimi Ritzen Crawford for The Wall Street Journal The printed menu offers a selection of tartine—toasts with toppings such as cantal cheese and prosciutto.
R. chose the cantal and I tried two of their chèvres, one that was coated in pepper, which was surprisingly powerful, and another classic creamy chèvre.
If they next go on about cheese they're going to have to pry my chevre, cantal and brie from my cold, dead hands.
I want to eat tomatoes and peaches and cantal cheese and bread in the sunshine; I want a citron presse and frites at the bar that sits looking at the carpark in the main square; I want to be in France not London.
Wearing white smocks, the fashion pack was eerily silent filing through the giant meat locker - where a young woman in a tuxedo tinkled a gleaming black grand piano - but woke up in the fragrant cheese hall when a mouse-headed waiter glided towards them on Rollerblades offering a tray of cubed cantal.
Nous étant p'titoos avons vu d'autres p'titoos sans défense nu transiter dans un car entre laroquebrou direction brives la gaillarde cantal en FRANKREICH vers 2h00 du matin