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Garlic Roule is another good one. A soft chess with garlic and herbs. Boursin is essentially the same. When watching Triple D and the like. They'll mention a cheese called Fontina. I've never managed to find it. Does anyone have any experience with it and care to share it's qualities?

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21 minutes ago, BigJag said:

Garlic Roule is another good one. A soft chess with garlic and herbs. Boursin is essentially the same. When watching Triple D and the like. They'll mention a cheese called Fontina. I've never managed to find it. Does anyone have any experience with it and care to share it's qualities?

The picture @Kaz Hayashi posted on the previous page of that glorious bacon-wrapped roast he did, he mentioned the second time he did it, he tried Fontina. 

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28 minutes ago, Scott Malbranque said:

What's the story with Quark? Saw our Gill in work in the kitchen at lunch mixing it in with smashed avocado and various other sources of roughage. It looks like slightly less runny Yop. It surely can't be cheese.

Type of cottage cheese (vomit) isn't it? 

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2 hours ago, BigJag said:

Garlic Roule is another good one. A soft chess with garlic and herbs. Boursin is essentially the same. When watching Triple D and the like. They'll mention a cheese called Fontina. I've never managed to find it. Does anyone have any experience with it and care to share it's qualities?

Never found it in a shop yet pal. We bought a hoard of it from a food and beer market thing. You can get it here though:

http://www.vorrei.co.uk/Italian-Cheese/Fontina-DOP.Html#.W46huqTTXYU

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Another one: mascarpone. Mix with a little hazelnut or almond syrup, chuck in some chocolate chips, and you have a delicious dessert.

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I'll tell you what, my mam used to give me those little bars of cheddar you'd get in multipacks with cut up slices of apple. I'm not a great lover of fruit in food but I still occasionally go back to that.

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Black Bomber by the Snowdonia Cheese Company is probably the nicest cheese I’ve ever tasted. Proper nice extra mature cheddar.

I’ve been known to devour an entire wheel of brie in one sitting on a number of occasions. 

Who else goes for a cheeseboard rather than a pudding for dessert?

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I won't die happy until I get my hands on one of these:

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I love Red Leicester as an everyday cheese. Wensleydale & cranberries is also bloody lovely. And, of course, any kind of smoked cheese.

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