On 29 Jul 2008 at 10:41pm Spinster Of This Parish wrote:
Summer is here and I'm munching my way through various Ploughman's. At present, my favourite cheese is Stilton!
Although I'm not a vegetarian, I do love dairy products.
On 29 Jul 2008 at 10:47pm Lewesianne wrote:
Smoked Applewood! I have tried Stilton several times to see if it grows on my palate. It does - like a fungus - how can you eat that furry Yang? It's like really multi-worn man's socks in the bottom of the washing bin. Stenching stuff!
On 29 Jul 2008 at 10:52pm Lewesianne wrote:
Talking of cheese, has anyone got any comments on that shop - Cheese Please, is it? Are the prices dearer than the supermarkets? And do they do free cheese tasting samples like Middle Farm Shop? I used to go out there for a free feast up when I was hungry.
On 30 Jul 2008 at 7:09am zola wrote:
Doncellate.Sublime.And a nice ripe camenbert.
On 30 Jul 2008 at 7:40am juju wrote:
Cheese please sells fantastic variety, ask and you can taste, they are nice people who will spend time helping you to find that special cheese bit pricey though.
Whats wrong with a good well aged stilton, creamy, mellow perfect for mushrooms in blue cheese sauce.
On 30 Jul 2008 at 8:37am MK wrote:
On 30 Jul 2008 at 4:15pm juju wrote:
Oh Yeah!!! farmers market, freebies, the best!
On 30 Jul 2008 at 4:18pm Elvis the Gunslinger wrote:
You can't beat a nice bit of Roquefort.
On 30 Jul 2008 at 4:26pm Dunk wrote:
Oooh there's nothing like a mexican cheese with bits of chillis in it. Oh and mature cheddar and a hint of marmite, on toast and slung under the grill for a couple of mins. Drool.....
On 30 Jul 2008 at 4:59pm juju wrote:
a cheese board, good mature port or a fantastic wine served on the patio in the evening sun, bliss
On 30 Jul 2008 at 8:28pm Cliffebimbo wrote:
Definitely a nice bit of roquefort or some Port Salut. In fact any cheese will do.
On 30 Jul 2008 at 8:49pm me wrote:
"any cheese will do" isn't that a song by jason donovan?
On 30 Jul 2008 at 9:01pm The Royle Family. wrote:
Diarylea on T-oast.....
The one where Nana died had me fightin 'em back......
On 30 Jul 2008 at 9:34pm Lewesianne wrote:
Get some thick slices of strong cheddar and put a slice of tomato on them and then put them in the microwave for about 40 seconds Yum!
On 30 Jul 2008 at 9:34pm Spinster Of This Parish wrote:
"Rutland" Cheddare used to be a favourite of mine. It came from the county of Rutland (before the county was absorbed into Leicestershire) and it was absolutley divine - made with beer and garlic. Yummy yum yum!
Does anyone know of anything similar out there?
On 31 Jul 2008 at 7:55am juju wrote:
Cheese and peanut butter taosted sandwich
On 31 Jul 2008 at 9:06am sashimi wrote:
I like smelly cheeses like Pont l'Eveque, Reblochon and Mont d'Or but avoid German Musik Kase. It smells vile and the taste lives up to its odour. Even the dog turns its nose up at it.
On 31 Jul 2008 at 9:59am Taff wrote:
Y Fenni, made with beer and wholegrain mustard. good tangy taste. Never cooked or toasted though.
For a winters supper take a brie or camembert, remove the waxed paper and put it back in its box. Pierce the top of the cheese and either rub garlic over the top or put garlic into the piercings and a dessert spoon of white wine over the top. Cover with the lid and whack it in a hot oven for 25mins or so. Remove the lid break up some good bread and push the bread through the cheese skin and in to the molten cheese inside then apply to your mouth. Fantastic. And you dont dirty any dishes to boot.
On 31 Jul 2008 at 10:10am zola wrote:
Now you're talking Taff....And if you spend a bit more on a 'better' camenbert it makes all the difference.I recently learned my cholesterol is high and I was advised to cut back on my cheese intake.So I gave my Mum my large lump of really tasty mature cheddar yesterday...Cos I'm finding it very hard not to eat a chunk with a pickled onion when I feel peckish...I miss my cheese.
On 31 Jul 2008 at 10:14am Taff wrote:
Zola, my advice to you is do what I have done. Give up all dairy products except cheese.
On 31 Jul 2008 at 10:39am zola wrote:
I used to eat a lot of eggs.I love a boiled egg and soldiers for breakfast.That's my comfort food...And scrambled eggs and grated parmesan is another favourite.I have eaten free range eggs since watching Hugh and his chicken run,and switched to organic milk recently...But it's still all fat isn't it.And I like milk in my many cups of tea I drink in a day too.I'm finding it hard,but I have got to cut down my fat...
On 31 Jul 2008 at 10:45am juju wrote:
par boil aspargus, toast some french bread, place a good slice of ripe brie on the top and then the aspargus place back under the grill to melt the brie, remove and sprinkle a littl pepper o the top then eat, fantastic.
On 31 Jul 2008 at 10:47am FA wrote:
Deep fried Brie or Camembert with Gooseberry sauce
On 31 Jul 2008 at 11:11am zola wrote:
Deep fried Brie.....AAArrrgggggg!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Please stop FA.....
On 31 Jul 2008 at 12:57pm FA wrote:
I know....i only have it once a year as a treat. Did my own the other week...dipped in egg, then flour then breadrrumbs and repeated and deep fried for a few minutes untill gooey.
So that'll be the cholestrol up another notch zola !!!
On 31 Jul 2008 at 6:12pm Lewesianne wrote:
Is it me or did cheese and chicken not used to go together? It's only in the last few years that I have noticed this wierd combination has become very popular yet when I was younger, it was a no no. I can't get used to it.
On 31 Jul 2008 at 8:19pm council bod wrote:
danish blue yummy with a few pickles
On 31 Jul 2008 at 9:25pm Cliffebimbo wrote:
The hot and spicy shallots from Tescos, are lovely with a nice bit of cheddar.
On 31 Jul 2008 at 9:29pm juju wrote:
i make the best pickled, hot n spicy shallots, last years home grown pickles are fantastic!
On 31 Jul 2008 at 10:01pm Spinster Of This Parish wrote:
Cor, Lewes folk really like their cheese don't they? Maybe we should develop our own local cheese - Harvey's may be a popular flavour.
On 31 Jul 2008 at 10:14pm Cliffebimbo wrote:
Worst cheese-one called Tete du Moine which translates as monks head. Should have been called "monks socks after vigorous exercise and suffering from atheletes foot", but it would be quite a long translation. Avoid.
On 1 Aug 2008 at 9:20pm Toque wrote:
If you go to Cheese Please buy some "Red Devil" - hot Red Leicester, delicious!