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Smoked cheese?

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BastianBux Fri 26-Apr-19 11:15:54

I was just scrolling through active and had an image of someone literally smoking cheese. A cheesarette.

thislido Fri 26-Apr-19 11:14:12

I’d just eat it in thin slices, but I wouldn’t dilute the taste with crackers.

Like any cheese you will be able to tell if it’s too far gone because it will either be covered with to much mould to cut off, or it will have dried up and gone hard. You can freeze it if you don’t want to use it up now.

cdtaylornats Fri 26-Apr-19 11:08:50

Sauce for smoked haddock.

Redshoeblueshoe Thu 25-Apr-19 22:57:04

I'd have it with crackers and 🍷

myrtleWilson Thu 25-Apr-19 22:54:53

I'd go with a cauliflower cheese like this

www.greatbritishchefs.com/recipes/roast-cauliflower-recipe-smoked-cheddar-sauce

or a version of above but made into a soup

or a chowder type dish?

TalkinPaece Thu 25-Apr-19 22:48:21

about a month

Fivefootoffun Thu 25-Apr-19 22:42:59

We got some lovely local smoked cheese for a cheeseboard over easter.

There’s still a good bit left. It came in the wax covering so I’ve kept the left overs in the wax, wrapped in cling film in the fridge.

Any idea how long this’ll keep? If not long, any ideas for recipes to use it up - my first thought was in a beef burger with some bacon etc but that’s a bit of a cop out!

Any help appreciated.

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