Cheshire cheese


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Cheshire cheese

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(Cookery) a mild-flavoured cheese with a crumbly texture, originally made in Cheshire
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Noun1.Cheshire cheese - a mild yellow English cheese with a crumbly texture
cheese - a solid food prepared from the pressed curd of milk
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His breakfast consisted of a side-dish, a broiled fish with Reading sauce, a scarlet slice of roast beef garnished with mushrooms, a rhubarb and gooseberry tart, and a morsel of Cheshire cheese, the whole being washed down with several cups of tea, for which the Reform is famous.
I sat for hours in the little parlour of Cheshire Cheese thinking over the best way.
Mr Verloc, sitting perplexed and frightened in the small parlour of the Cheshire Cheese, could not help acknowledging that to himself, because his sensibility did not stand in the way of his judgment.
And I tell you what, Sir, if I hadn't more of these qualities that commonly endear man to man, than our articled clerk has, I'd steal a Cheshire cheese, tie it round my neck, and drown myself.
Instead of Bake Off's Cheshire cheese chaussons and tricky fondant fancies, burgers and sausages will be on the menu.
A recommended cheese to eat with Christmas cake is either Wensleydale, Cheshire cheese or a harder Cheddar cheese.
Tired of dodging fishwives' brooms and carriage wheels, he hopes to trade London's damp alleyways for the warmth of ye olde Cheshire Cheese Inn.
Nigel's Fish Pie topped with Cheshire cheese (makes two pies) Cheshire cheese (makes two pies) THIS fish pie is real winner - it's hearty enough for dad but light enough to be enjoyed on a summer's day too
Nigel's Fish Pie topped with Cheshire cheese (makes two pies) THIS fish pie is real winner - it's hearty enough for dad but light enough to be enjoyed on a summer's day too
Joseph Heler Cheese were thrilled to join the British winning team with Gold, Silver & Bronze awarded to their White Cheshire cheese.
Comeback of the day came from Cheshire Cheese who beat league leaders Poulton Royal 5-4 and this after being 4-1 behind.
The opening lines of "The Cheshire Cheese Cat" reveal two things right away: The authors are not afraid of making a bad pun, and they can't wait to introduce young readers to the wonderful world of Charles Dickens.

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