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PostPosted: Fri Dec 12, 2008 12:55 pm 
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I'm surprised by the lack of Gorgonzola appreciation expressed here. Nobody a Gorgonzola fan?

Let me add that M Jouannault also does a very good Camembert affiné au Calvados. Not for everyday eating, but makes a very nice treat every once in a while.


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cchris2lou wrote:
The king of cheese : Roquefort .


I`m the same.........a good Roquefort, and I like Blacksticks Blue, a lovely orange coloured blue cheese from Lancashire.

With the Chrimbo cake we`ll be having a an extra mature Farmhouse Cheddar washed down with the obligatory bottle of port...........yum !!


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Marmite King wrote:
cchris2lou wrote:
The king of cheese : Roquefort .


I`m the same.........a good Roquefort, and I like Blacksticks Blue, a lovely orange coloured blue cheese from Lancashire.

With the Chrimbo cake we`ll be having a an extra mature Farmhouse Cheddar washed down with the obligatory bottle of port...........yum !!


I was born 10 miles from where they make it . and as a lot of locals work there , the best cheeses dont necessarily get eaten very far . :D


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Keen's Cheddar, Campbeltown or Mull of Kintyre cheese, my home town. Fantastic stuff. Had to lay off the cheese though, when i was a student a few years ago i put on 2 stone eating a block of cheese a day mixed in with 2 packets of cheapo kwik save super noodles in 6 months :oops: :lol: :lol: Realised there was a problem when i was sitting in class and leaned back to stretch and the buttons pinged off my trousers :lol: :lol:


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one-eyed_jim wrote:
I'm surprised by the lack of Gorgonzola appreciation expressed here. Nobody a Gorgonzola fan?

Let me add that M Jouannault also does a very good Camembert affiné au Calvados. Not for everyday eating, but makes a very nice treat every once in a while.


I like Gorgonzola and so does my wife


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Love a strong Cheddar & Stilton, but weirdly only at Xmas.


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