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name a better one?
danish blue, tomme. Halloumi IS good, but you can't just snack on that stuff.
it's all about the feta, halloumi is just grilled salty rubber they give to veggies to make them stop crying - it's wet girls blouse of a cheese!
but really horrible nothing
i HATE IT
feta is awesome
it's like a tastty mild semen
bad feta is shit and rubbery. Good feta is crumbly deliciousness
mustard seed magnificence.
(if y-fenni is the mustardy one im thinking of)
it is REALLY lush though, i agree with that much
but i cant remember
classic is best
I like all luxury cheeses tho.. even Red Leicester.
i love red leicester
nom nom nom.
you saying that lamb is not king of the meats?
halloumi's in the top3
it looks so good but im afraid it will hurt my mouth :(
(there wasn't any sage in it)
(i was trying to find the sage cheese as it's a derbyshire speciality, but I had to make do with the leicestershire stilton instead)
(it was tasty though)
as do you
though your wasitline would become comparable with a beluga whale. I'll have a word with Katy (though I might have some training in leicester again soon)
Sage cheese is actually well nice, it's kinda like a mild smoked cheddar (along the lines of bavarian) with dried sage on the outside. It's incredibly addictive.
East Midlands cheese > west midlands cheese, THERE, I SAID IT
i did have some strange teachers though. Like the teacher who was kind of in charge of the shells (1st years, 11-12 year olds) and when they had a problem, he'd get them to sit on his knee.
"do have a 'word'"
so good i dreamt i still had some left in the firdge last night.
but alas, it was just a dream :'(
along with the mature lancashire (but this isn't good for cooking). I'd go far an extra mature cheddar they do as my king of cheese for one I eat the most of but different cheeses do different things so I don't think one can be king at all. More a council of cheese chiefs, all operating on a high scale of excellace.
It's on Bury Market in Greater Manchester. Purdon's cheese stall. They're ace. You can even have a comedy arguement with them over the pronunciation of "jalapeno" - jallapeeenio/halapeeenio.
when I went back home. Also one with ale, another with pickled onions and one with sundried tomatoes. Scrummy.
Beers, fruits, veg, it's great.
but a good mature cheddar is easily King Cheese.
possibly for the first time in living memory.
i am genuinely impressed.
i'm sure it wont be long before i embarass/bore/annoy you tho
There must be a council of many.
^ up there somewhere (I don't know how to do the link to mine thing).
I fear that I may start speaking in tongues this afternoon.