- cheese, lots and lots of lovely cheese, but what crackers??
went on the Christmas cheese run yesterday and got goat's cheese, strong cheddar, smoked cheddar, pave d'affinois (brie), the obligatory stilton and tallegio (smells like death)
£40 on cheese???!?
so to make it worthwhile, I'm looking for a wafery salty seedy cracker or similar to go with it – anything special out there?Posted 8 years agoAmbroseMember
All of the above, avoiding chutnies/ marmite/ condiments, inc. butter.Posted 8 years ago
In the cupboard at the moment we have Krakawheat, Jacobs Cream Crackers, Carr's Water biscuits but Mr Popular is by far and away the Fudge's selection box. Need to buy Bath Olivers tommorrow. Love it.IdleJonSubscriber
messiah – Member
The only reason to drink wine with cheese is if either are rank – cheese and wine parties were invented to hide poor examples of both.
No, no, no.
Cheese = good.
Wine = good.
Both = gooder.
IMO of course.
And if it worked with whisky, I'd say the same, but cheese'n'whisky is just wrong.Posted 8 years ago
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