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Cheese on fruit cake???

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ShadowStorm Fri 31-May-13 21:11:18

Today I was chatting with colleagues, cakes came up in conversation - and one of my colleagues started talking about having cheese on his Christmas cake.

I thought he meant as a dessert option at first, but he actually meant having cheese on top of the fruit cake instead of having marzipan and icing.

This all sounded very unusual to me. Does anyone else actually do this? And does it really taste okay? Colleague swears it is delicious, but I'm skeptical.

Arisbottle Fri 31-May-13 21:14:17

We have a fruity tea loaf with cheese on, something like a Wensleydale

Shybairns Fri 31-May-13 21:17:55

I like philidelphia on Soreen??

NotGoodNotBad Fri 31-May-13 21:29:17

My Yorkshire relatives do this, with crumbly cheeses. It's great. smile

Taffeta Fri 31-May-13 21:55:22

fruit cake and cheese

fieldfare Fri 31-May-13 21:57:52

My Dad likes strong cheddar with fruit cake.

FoulOleRon Fri 31-May-13 21:59:27

Coming from Yorkshire I wouldn't even contemplate
Christmas cake without crumbly cheese

Allalonenow Fri 31-May-13 22:09:36

Oh yes, but it must be Wensleydale, though Cheshire might just do at a pinch.

HumpheadWrasse Fri 31-May-13 22:13:34

Christmas cake without the cheese
Is like the kiss without the squeeze

IMO

cjbk1 Sat 01-Jun-13 09:32:05

Jamaican 'Bun' and cheese wink

pinkr Sat 01-Jun-13 20:46:07

Dh is from Lincoln and does this...I find it very odd!

meditrina Sat 01-Jun-13 20:52:22

Yes, a Yorkshire habit. And I'd go for Wensleydale.

BikeRunSki Sat 01-Jun-13 20:53:45

Of course! in both my Yorkshire and West Indian heritages.

boatclub Sat 01-Jun-13 20:56:53

Yes a nice bit of Wensleydale, Gromit! But I'd have the marzipan and icing as well

ShadowStorm Sat 01-Jun-13 22:42:13

Hmm. Maybe I should try this the next time we get fruitcake in?

sashh Sun 02-Jun-13 10:34:39

You can't beat wenseydale on fruit cake.

wildstrawberryplace Sun 02-Jun-13 10:36:40

Shropshire blue is also quite nice sliced thinly and eaten on top of a slice of Christmas cake...

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