Wednesday, July 19, 2006

Mmm, Cramberries

13 comments:

pablo said...

What more is there to say?

Rainypete said...

Not fair!! 3 hours to go till lunch and I had to click on this!! Blast!

happy and blue 2 said...

Mmmm..really expensive cheese. Although I guess getting the cows to pass cranberries in their milk is an expensive proposition..

Rurality said...

I think that's where the "cram" part comes in...

robin andrea said...

Just how crammed are those berries? On the cram scale, to actually be called cramberry, I think there needs to be enough berries for that cheese to be a deeper red.

Maktaaq said...

Funny!

But I love Wendsleydale!

James Cooper said...

The funny thing is I'm fairly certain cramberries was an innocent misspelling but part of me has its doubts :-D

James Cooper said...

The funny thing is I'm fairly certain cramberries was an innocent misspelling but part of me has its doubts :-D

e said...

Yuck! Wensleydale.

Why eat cheese that's only half-done, I say.

Rurality said...

While perhaps not physically crammed, they are definitely crammed taste-wise.

It was quite good, although I still don't know if I like Wensleydale or not... practically all you can taste is the cran(/m)berries.

At the same time I got a cheese with lemon zest which was wonderful. But the two are not particularly good together, or with red wine.

Sometimes we just have cheese, wine, and bread/crackers for supper. So I like to have a variety. I think the others we have on hand are Jarlsberg, Dubliner, and a sheep's milk cheese.

And yes, I am a Wallace & Grommit fan. :)

Knowleypowley said...

Re Wallace and Gromit - Glad to hear it Rurality - nothing beats cheese and crackers

edifice rex said...

Wallace and Grommit!! Cheese!!! Yea!!

gtr said...

I'm simply crackers about CHEEEESE!