Monthly Archive: March 2015

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On a roll – Double Gloucester

Certainly one of my favourite cheeses and my kids are big fans too. Double Gloucester has all the texture and appeal of a cheddar but has a richer, creamier taste, which makes for a...

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Port Salut conquers the world

One the first French cheese I ever tried was Port Salut. This mild, semi-soft is available across northern France and has recently enjoyed an explosion of popularity in North America. It is pretty easy to find...

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Le Cendrillon: World’s Best Cheese?

    Le Cendrillon Cheese — the world’s best cheese. Or the one voted Best Cheese in the World a couple of years ago. Best Cheese in the World? I don’t know about that. Le...

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Quebecoise Delight — La Sauvagine

Canadian cheese has been getting some great reviews and Quebec has a long and storied cheese making history. One company has been getting some rave reviews and so i tracked down one of their...

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A Prairie Gem – Trappist Cheese

I guess when you are cloistered away with nothing to do but chant, feed the pet mouse and peruse a book written totally in Latin, your mind probably turns to many things. What to...

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So why the Cheese Wheel Blog

Why the Cheese Wheel Blog? A couple of years ago, I was watching the Tonight Show and one of the guests was a has-been actress hawking a slimming and exercise book, presumably for has-been...