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(Independent)   Artisanal Cornish Blue named best-tasting cheese at World Cheese Awards competition. Buy this and other outstanding British cheeses at your local cheese shop today, where they will surely be available   (independent.co.uk ) divider line
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2010-11-25 09:24:29 PM  
I thought Artisanal Cornish Blue was a soccer player for one of those crappy little countries in Europe?
 
2010-11-25 09:39:50 PM  
I see what you did there, submitter. Well played.
 
2010-11-25 10:32:07 PM  

dkendr: I thought Artisanal Cornish Blue was a soccer player


I thought it was one of the terriers in the Philly dog show that was on after the Macy's parade.


/One of my dear cousins brought me a nice chunk of Comte from Trader Joe's, so I'm in fromagephile heaven.

//Sadly they were all out of the Venezuelan Beaver Cheese. :(
 
2010-11-25 10:37:55 PM  
Sincere golf clap.
 
2010-11-25 11:47:37 PM  
Exactly what did Artis do with this cheese?
 
2010-11-25 11:54:30 PM  
Oh, I like it runny.
 
2010-11-26 12:27:09 AM  
"Have you been peckish during the night? Only, someone's been at me cheese."
 
2010-11-26 01:02:59 AM  
They don't care how excrementally runny it is.
 
2010-11-26 01:32:12 AM  
What about the Venezuelan Beaver Cheese?
 
2010-11-26 05:38:48 AM  
horse-pheathers:
What about the Venezuelan Beaver Cheese?


Hot Beaver cheese!!!

/don't forget to scrape the yeast film & smoke it.
 
2010-11-26 05:40:27 AM  
Bluish Corn
hila.webcentre.ca
 
2010-11-26 06:14:16 AM  
img528.imageshack.us
 
2010-11-26 06:30:44 AM  
have monty python threads ever broken out in the business tab before?
 
2010-11-26 07:05:08 AM  
I have heard the Brits hate the French. Why are they trying to
outfrench them then?
 
2010-11-26 07:09:57 AM  
The cat got it!!!
 
2010-11-26 07:13:54 AM  
3.bp.blogspot.com

"Oh No - I'm keen to guess"

\bloody bazuki music
 
2010-11-26 07:16:09 AM  
What about Venezuelan beavermilk cheese?
 
2010-11-26 07:45:39 AM  
Bad_Seed:

SHUT THAT BLOODY BAZUKI UP!!!
 
2010-11-26 08:07:35 AM  

GittindeKitchen: I have heard the Brits hate the French. Why are they trying to
outfrench them then?


LOLWUT?

The British Cheese Board states that there are over 700 named British cheeses produced in the UK.
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* Bath Blue
* Barkham Blue
* Blengdale Blue from Cumbria
* Buxton Blue (Protected Designation of Origin)
* Cheshire Blue
* Devon Blue
* Dorset Blue Vinney
* Dovedale (Protected Designation of Origin)
* Dunsyre Blue, Scotland
* Exmoor Blue (Protected Geographical Indication)
* Garstang Blue (a blue Lancashire)
* Harbourne Blue
* Lanark Blue, Scotland
* Lymeswold no longer produced.
* Oxford Blue
* Ribblesdale Blue Goat
* Shropshire Blue
* Stichelton
* Stilton (Protected Designation of Origin)
* Blue Wensleydale
o Also Oak Smoked Wensleydale
* Yorkshire Blue
* Blacksticks Blue (Lancashire origin)
* Beenleigh Blue (Lancashire origin)
* Strathdon Blue
* Cornish Blue

* Appledore is a Lancashire cheese with apple
* Berkswell
* Bonchester (Protected Designation of Origin)
* Brie
o Somerset Brie
o Cornish Brie
* Brinkburn
* Caithness
* Caboc is a Scottish cheese with an oatmeal coating.
* Caerphilly
* Cheddar
o West Country Farmhouse Cheddar (Protected Designation of Origin)
o Applewood
o Coleraine cheddar
* Cheshire
o Appleby Cheshire
* Chevington
* Coquetdale
* Cornish Pepper
* Cotherstone
* Cotswold
* Coverdale
* Croglin
* Crowdie
* Derby
* Double Gloucester
o Goosnargh Gold
* Dorstone
* Dovedale (Protected Designation of Origin)

Dunlop Cheese from Clerkland Farm, Dunlop

* Dunlop is a Scottish cheese
* Farmhouse Llanboidy
* Fine Fettle Yorkshire (formerly Yorkshire Feta)
* Goldilocks (organic)
o Black Eyed Susan
* Golden Cross
* Gruth Dhu
* Harlech
* Hereford Hop which has a rind of toasted hops

Huntsman cheese

* Huntsman is a combination of Stilton and Double Gloucester.
* Ilchester
* Innkeepers Choice
* Isle of Mull
* Lancashire
o Beacon Fell traditional Lancashire (Protected Designation of Origin)
* Lincolnshire Poacher
* Katy's White Lavender
* Kidderton Ash
* Lord of the Hundreds
* Lowerdale Goats Cheese
* Pantysgawn
* Red Devil
* Red Dragon
* Red Leicester
o Rothbury Red
* Red Windsor
* Sage Derby
* Single Gloucester (Protected Designation of Origin)
* Stinking Bishop
* Sussex Slipcote
* Swaledale (Protected Designation of Origin)
* Teviotdale (Protected Geographical Indication)
* Tintern
* Waterloo
* Wensleydale (also produced as a blue cheese)
o Produced with many additives such as cranberries, ginger, etc
* White Stilton
o Also produced with additives.
* Whitehaven
* Yarg
o Wild Garlic Yarg
* Wiltshire Loaf
* Woolsery Goats
* Village Green Goat
* Y Fenni
 
2010-11-26 08:09:43 AM  
And of course Wensleydale
 
2010-11-26 08:24:42 AM  

Dubai Vol: And of course Wensleydale


Yes?
 
2010-11-26 08:29:40 AM  
Since all the Python references are taken care of, I'll take it in another direction:

These guys disagree:

cdn2-b.examiner.com

"Tastiest cheese available?"
"Camem-BEAR."
 
2010-11-26 08:33:00 AM  

loser0:
SHUT THAT BLOODY BAZUKI UP!!!


img191.imageshack.us
 
2010-11-26 08:58:39 AM  
All we need is a hovercraft that is full of eels and we are done.
 
2010-11-26 09:01:05 AM  
"What's wrong with Wensleydale?"
 
2010-11-26 09:01:16 AM  
 
2010-11-26 09:12:47 AM  
www.blackpresence.co.uk
What about unpasteurized Stilton?
 
zez
2010-11-26 09:15:22 AM  
Partly due to this country's adventurous palate and partly due to the nubianrdly return on fresh milk, artisan cheese-making is a bright spot amid the prevailing gloom of agribusiness.

officeforward.com
 
zez
2010-11-26 09:15:57 AM  
LOL Love the filter
 
2010-11-26 09:19:19 AM  
Cheddar? Not much call for it, sir.
 
2010-11-26 09:22:16 AM  

DrBear: Cheddar? Not much call for it, sir.


Not much call? But it's the single most popular cheese in the world!
 
2010-11-26 09:23:17 AM  
I'd kill right now for a fresh baguette and a wedge of Saint-Agur or Morbier... ghaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!!

/farking diet
//and farking thousands of miles from where it can be bought easily
 
2010-11-26 09:30:50 AM  

Galwran: DrBear: Cheddar? Not much call for it, sir.

Not much call? But it's the single most popular cheese in the world!


Not round these parts, sir.
 
2010-11-26 09:46:38 AM  
"Beautiful bird the Cornish Blue. Lovely plumage."
 
2010-11-26 10:46:01 AM  
This guy?
i.imgur.com

Sure he's cheesy but...
 
2010-11-26 11:23:12 AM  
Cheese snob thread!
 
2010-11-26 11:46:56 AM  

way south: Galwran: DrBear: Cheddar? Not much call for it, sir.

Not much call? But it's the single most popular cheese in the world!

Not round these parts, sir.


And what is the most popular cheese round these parts?
 
2010-11-26 03:04:40 PM  

offmymeds: way south: Galwran: DrBear: Cheddar? Not much call for it, sir.

Not much call? But it's the single most popular cheese in the world!

Not round these parts, sir.

And what is the most popular cheese round these parts?


Ilchester, sir.
 
2010-11-26 03:54:54 PM  
Subby sounds like he has been the cleanest cheese shop in these parts.

/Remarkably free of cheese
 
2010-11-26 04:05:42 PM  

Gulper Eel: offmymeds: way south: Galwran: DrBear: Cheddar? Not much call for it, sir.

Not much call? But it's the single most popular cheese in the world!

Not round these parts, sir.

And what is the most popular cheese round these parts?

Ilchester, sir.


Is it?
 
2010-11-26 08:40:59 PM  
I'm still not buying Artis-anal cheese.
 
2010-11-26 08:54:08 PM  

tinyarena: Gulper Eel: offmymeds: way south: Galwran: DrBear: Cheddar? Not much call for it, sir.

Not much call? But it's the single most popular cheese in the world!

Not round these parts, sir.

And what is the most popular cheese round these parts?

Ilchester, sir.

Is it?


It's our number one best seller!
 
2010-11-26 10:42:45 PM  
A couple months ago I ordered a particular dish at a restaurant in Caen JUST because it contained Pont L'Eveque cheese, which I had only heard of in the Cheese Shop sketch.

/it was delicious
//CSB
 
2010-11-27 11:02:33 AM  
This thread is certainly untainted by anything resembling cheese then.

/I'm sorry, but I'm going to have to shoot you.
 
2010-11-27 01:20:13 PM  
For the love of God, could somebody please take the word "artisanal" out behind the woodshed and shot it until it stops twitching?
 
2010-11-27 01:20:56 PM  
Shoot, not shot. Grrr.
 
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