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    Quote Originally Posted by Andre View Post
    I'm a non sweet tooth fat Bastard also chris..

    Now who's guilty of the Rizt Biscuits
    Add me to the list of cheese nibbling fat bastards!

    Ritz, Cheddars, Tuc (Especially the sandwich ones!) but all only ever without cheese, or maybe a simple cheddar.

    Marco, "Brie de Meaux" was what I meant when I said a "really ripe brie" earlier - if it isn't runny it isn't worth having!

    Good thread Andre, I've got some new suggestions to try, and I love the Copenhagen anecdote Chris - sounds fab!
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    You're obviously a man of taste, Alex

    I do love nice cheese, but TBH, I rarely eat it... It's only because it's Christmas and we've bought in some goodies that I'm actually having any!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex_UK View Post
    Add me to the list of cheese nibbling fat bastards!
    ............ I love the Copenhagen anecdote Chris - sounds fab!
    Hehehe!!

    I'm a country lad, as regulars here will know, but Copenhagen is a fantastic city, as cities go. It's only a couple or three hours or so away from home if you live in the UK. You should go - it's great.

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    I love cheese here is a pic of the cheese counter in my shop.

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    Wow...quality!

    Which are your favs?

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    Wow - great stuff!
    That Camembert (centre right) looks fab!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Wow...quality!

    Which are your favs?

    Marco.
    At the moment blue would have to be Swaledale, goat Ribblesdale, Sheep orignal Wensleydale, Chedder Montgomery and soft vacherin. Also any thing from the Errington creamery.
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    A proper cheese counter, nice one Kirk
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    I'm having a day off work today - I've got a job on with shifting hi-fi & records & CD's around - (more on that in a more appropriate place later).
    But we nipped out to get some bits & bobs, one of which was some bread & cheese for lunch. I happened across a lump of a cheese that I've never had before. Well I have now! And it's great.


    Pont L'Eveque from Normandy.



    Although you wouldn't want to try it if you read this description from:

    http://www.thefiftybest.com/food/best_cheese/5/
    Pont-l'Évêque is yet another cheese to take advantage of the fine quality of Norman milk, but this time, we got a lil' stinker. Pont-l'Évêque is a small, flat square with a thick full bodied paste. The stinky aromas of the rind barely touch the paste, which instead has its own eggy funk, and a flavor reminiscent of canned cooked vegetables.

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    I have eaten that many times in France, very nice too
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