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The Batebe of Toro Foundation
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Can't send PMs on this computer, so;

Moitie, you are a prince among men. That Tomme is really superb. And the salamis are fantastic as well.

Thank you.

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Croute au fromage et oeuf au plat
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Glad you enjoyed my goodies! Looking forward to yours [Wink]
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Have just visited Vienna's finest cheese shop, Kaseland, to get some crumbly cheddar and some stilton. I had a taste of Gjetost, a Norwegian caramelized cheese. Salty and sweet with a lingering aftertaste. Pleasant, but I'm not sure if you could eat any more than a nibble. We asked the woman in the shop what wine it went with and she laughed - saying most people eat it watching TV.

And it's brown.

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Don't get all snooty here cheeseheads but I'm fucking nuts for Tesco's Double Gloucester with Caramelised Onions mixture at the mo.

It looks wrong, as its basically cheese and onion squished together to form a diseased looking lump of stuff but by god it's tasty, makes a good sarnie, a decent tangy cheese on toast or great just with a a cracker on the cheeseboard.

Processed as fuck, but worth a go.

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Norwegian brown cheese....Got some in Bergen, gave it a try, like that salty liquorice, I guess you must have to be Scandinavians to eat that stuff...
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Primula, Dairylea, Babybel.
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Top selection SR - I suppose you were trying to be rebellious against cheese snobbery or something - but blessed are (all) the cheesemakers.
Primula is great direct in the mouth and squeeze.
My Mum used to have to hide the Dairylea from me,when I was a kid as I used to scoff the lot - it started my cheese addiction of which I am still attached.
Babybel is beloved by my kids who create clowns noses out of the red waxy cover, and hated by my wife who doesn't seem to appreciate the same red waxy covers ground into carpets, floors etc.

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Australians don't say cheese, they say...

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Erm, does that word have the same connotations there as here?

SR - that's revolting.

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Every single Australian cheese I have seen has had "Tasty" or "Extra Tasty" emblazoned on the side.

Even when they're not.

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I'm not sure of the connotations of "coon" in Australia, but I do know that "wog" is used to refer to Italians, and used quite often..
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"Wog", rather than "wop"? Really?
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Am I right in thinking that "coon" is sometimes used in the States as a straightforward abbreviation for "raccoon"? Not a cheese-based example, admittedly.
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There was a time when that was true in certain less "cosmopolitan" areas of the South, but you would have to be hopelessly out of touch with reality to use it now, particularly in something intended for national "consumption".

"Coonskin cap," on the other hand, has survived, perhaps because the very item itself is hopelessly old-fashioned. Should there be a hipster-inspired hommage a Davy Crockett, I am pretty sure they would be called "racoon-skin caps".

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Yup, " wog"...
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