The Three Rules of Cheese (boards)
Three rules good selection of Cheese on yer board, I’m going for:
i) All but one of the cheeses must have atleast one curved side (as bought condition).Posted 6 years ago
ii) Cheeses must come atleast three countries, only two of which can be part of the UK.
iii) One cheese must be very smelly.Garry_LagerSubscriber
xvi – All cheeses must come from the British Isles.
Seriously, cheese is one of the few things we’re world class at cuisine-wise. Including European cheese on the board is like asking for a French whisky or an Italian ale. Interesting from a compare and contrast point of view but really has no place at the top table.Posted 6 years agoKevevsMember
1. cheese must be normal tasty cheese cuttable with a normal knife
2. biscuits must be of reasonable quality and not too thick
3. everyone must enjoy cheese and company.
4. just bring more cheese n biccies n wine n stuff.
that’s 4. so I should integrate 3 an 4 to equal 3Posted 6 years agopurser_markMember
I think more care needs to put into the humble biscuit. Surely worthy of a set of rules all to itself?
Delicious & varied cheese is highly commendable, but don’t ruin it with cheap or stale biccies!!
I suggestPosted 6 years ago
i) Sweet variety, Digestive or Hovis
ii) Seeeded vaiety, sesame or poppy seeds
iii) Something more traditional but crumbly & creamyhelsMember
I am in charge of cheese this year, so apart from the obvious Tom Jones and Sergio Mendes CDs, I will get a selection of posh smelley cheese from Mellis’.
I always think it is a good idea to get some cheap plastic stuff from Tescos too, so the proles can eat that and not waste the good stuff.
(This rule applies to wine too.)Posted 6 years ago
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