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  • The name jarlsberg refers to an old county south of Oslo and was first made in the 1850s in imitation of emmenthal, introduced to Norway by Swiss cheese-makers in the 1830s.

    Life and style | guardian.co.uk

  • Maybe 200-300g of cheese such as brie or jarlsberg. 200g nuts.

    Intermittent fasting guest blog | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.

  • I also use jarlsberg, emmantal, provolone or asagio cheese depending on what i have to hand.

    Eggplant Parmigiana

  • The modern version of jarlsberg was the result of extensive research by Ola Martin Ystgaard, a professor at the Agricultural University of Norway and was launched in the 1960s.

    Life and style | guardian.co.uk

  • Other than the usual suspects, I often have a bit of emmental or jarlsberg which always tastes great with a bit of salami and a gherkin or two (cornichons if we're entertaining).

    The Guardian World News

  • Until 1 p.m. they're giving out turkey sandwiches with jarlsberg, lingonberry jam, and lettuce on wheat; tomato sandwiches with cucumber, cheese, and sprouts on wheat; and tuna salad sandwiches with tomato, pickled onions, and celery on wheat.

    Gothamist

  • Turkey (w / jarlsberg, lingonberry jam, and lettuce on wheat),

    Midtown Lunch

  • but it was as easy as everyone says, and with about a cup of mozarella and a few ends of jarlsberg and blue cheese grated in, it made a gorgeous cheese sauce I could have eaten from the spoon.

    Creamy Comforting Lasagne

  • Sweden has its gravadlax, smörgåsbord and Absolut vodka - so please allow Norway its one international claim to gastronomic fame, jarlsberg cheese ( "Scandinavian taste test",

    Life and style | guardian.co.uk

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