bimble - I do like a good bit of Red Leicester. The brand I have access to isn't that grand but it is a nice treat now and again. Suzi- the cheese rolling contest looks like a lot of fun. I like the fact that, according to the article, it's allowed to happen spontaneously. donavan- as Stephen Fry calls it, 'health and f*%king safety.
I don’t disagree with you donavan. It’s the ‘within reason’ bit that causes problems. Like any gov’t. program, erring on the side of caution will make some person or group unhappy and be seen as intrusion. Rightly or wrongly….
Yup, really stinky cheese is a no-go for me as well.
How about a nice piece of colby cheese? It smells of nothing and tastes like milk - kind of boring.
Donanvan, cheesecake is usually made with cream cheese, like you may spread on a bagel; Kraft Philadelphia is a well known brand. Why is it called Philadelphia cream cheese? I haven't a clue.
Cheesecake can also be made with various combinations of soft cheeses and even tofu <-better than it sounds. Why did I go on about cheesecake? I don't even care for it that much but made many back in my bakery days.
Dr. Hugbine, the name Thomas Hoe Red rang a bell and a quick google search confirmed that I have had the pleasure of tasting that delicious aged Leicester.