I want this cheese .. but how would you eat it/serve it?

(18 Posts)
coco4242 Thu 23-May-13 11:21:56

I've just discovered this beauty

But how would eat it? Presuming, your had friends round, obv if I was alone I would just inhale in grin

PeterParkerSays Thu 23-May-13 11:26:38

Bake it like camembert and dip bread into it like a fondue?

coco4242 Thu 23-May-13 11:27:26

<<salivates>>

Lizzylou Thu 23-May-13 11:47:25

Just as is, with biscuits.
It's lovely. They were at a food fair I was at on Sunday.

Lizzylou Thu 23-May-13 11:48:49

Just as is, with biscuits.
It's lovely. They were at a food fair I was at on Sunday.

fieldfare Thu 23-May-13 11:51:12

THat looks lovely!

I wonder if it would bake?

Lizzylou Thu 23-May-13 11:52:51

Just as is, with biscuits.
It's lovely. They were at a food fair I was at on Sunday.

Lizzylou Thu 23-May-13 11:53:15

Just as is, with biscuits.
It's lovely. They were at a food fair I was at on Sunday.

Lizzylou Thu 23-May-13 11:54:19

Just as is, with biscuits.
It's lovely. They were at a food fair I was at on Sunday.

coco4242 Thu 23-May-13 12:00:10

Do you think biscuits would be a good idea Lizzy wink
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Just normal biscuits for cheese? And let everyone help themselves?

3across2down Thu 23-May-13 12:00:30

That looks delicious. You could serve it like the Swiss serve cheese with hot little potatoes and butter, gherkins, pickled onions, salad.

kiwigirl42 Thu 23-May-13 12:01:20

wow Lizzylou, guess you really like this cheese then grin

looks fab but have you seen shipping cost? £8.95! eek!

mrsdinklage Thu 23-May-13 12:09:24

These are great. My kind daughter gave me one - lovely with biscuits. I wouldn't bake it - thats what camembert is for. Might just have to go to a proper cheese shop this weekend smile

TheAccidentalExhibitionist Thu 23-May-13 12:12:01

<snort> where were you again on Sunday?

Lizzylou Thu 23-May-13 13:40:21

Blimey! Sorry blush
MN went down when I posted.
I really really think that cheese and biscuits is a good idea.

snoworneahva Thu 23-May-13 15:48:36

This is a fantastic cheese...tangy and full flavoured with a lovely soft texture - Bath Oliver's or Carrs Water biscuits give a crunchy contrast, without fighting too much with the cheese. I don't think it would be improved much by a sweet jammy addition, medijool dates would work I think if you need something sweet.

When we have this cheese all we need is a knife! Enjoy!

TigerFeet Thu 23-May-13 15:51:50

Why hasn't anyone mentioned just serving it with biscuits?

I would shovel it in my gob by the handful whilst alone and serve dinner guests some bog standard camembert or summat

mrsdinklage Thu 23-May-13 18:18:30

Tiger - exactly - its not for sharing !

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