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Monday 27 September 2010
Succulent fish fillets topped with melting Red Leicester cheese taste superb - especially when served with a delicious aubergine and tomato salsa.
Sunday 26 September 2010
Sunday 12 September 2010
Bossa veteran Valle departs from the hip danceability of his previous work for the label in favour of complex, cinematic arrangements and lounge-friendly motifs that put him back in touch with his inner cheese, summoning up the 1970s pomp of albums such as Garra.
Saturday 21 August 2010
Or Welsh Rabbit. In these politically correct times we ought to have found a new name for Welsh Rarebit (or Rabbit). The origins of the name perhaps go back to the 17th century but in any case are certainly obscure, and seem to be some sort of slight on the Welsh, to the effect that their idea of a rare, luxurious meat dish (eg, rabbit) is in fact cheese. Maybe we should just call it cheese on toast.
Sunday 25 July 2010
King of the TV sofa, Eamonn Holmes hogged headlines when he rolled off his cushions to complain about comics making fun of his girth. His namesake Sherlock also grabbed publicity with the launch of a new mystery series on the BBC tonight. Chalk and cheese or peas in a pod?
Monday 12 July 2010
Got to the bottom of the Great Cheddar Cheese Sandwich and Sugared Tea Mystery. I noted on Saturday that John Spellar had asked a strange parliamentary question
Wednesday 02 June 2010
Cheeseaholic and cordon bleu trained chef Tanys Pullin from Wells, in Somerset, has marked the anniversary of the Queen's Coronation with a crown crafted from West Country farmhouse cheddar.
Saturday 15 May 2010
Sunday 18 April 2010
Saturday 20 March 2010
"You simply cannot bring together a country," as President de Gaulle famously once said, "that has over 265 kinds of cheese." Since then France has added at least 40 more types as their urge to elaborate has taken flight.
Wednesday 20 January 2010
Sunday 13 December 2009
With the 1980s "new country" stalwarts a distant memory and the alt-country scene now diversified to the point of distraction, the door is open for a new breed of cowboy… Enter Deer Tick, a bunch of young gunslingers from, of all places, Rhode Island.
Wednesday 21 October 2009
Around three years ago the Food Standards Agency made two fairly big demands on the British cheese industry. First, it had to markedly decrease salt usage and provide a healthier offering to consumers. Second, cheese could no longer be seen as or indeed marketed as a healthy product to children. Both edicts applied to the whole industry and so promoted as healthy or not, all British cheese was affected.
Thursday 08 October 2009
Wednesday 30 September 2009
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