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A trademark for a mild, pale yellow, hard Norwegian cheese with large holes.


(Cookery) trademark a hard mild-tasting yellow-coloured cheese with holes in it
[C20: after Jarlsberg, Norway, where it originated]


(ˈyɑrlz bɜrg)
a Norwegian hard cheese, similar to Swiss cheese, with a buttery flavor and large holes.
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Those with more exotic tastes had to look to the Continental section which always seemed to be overflowing with great-tasting names: brie, camembert, roquefort, gruyere, parmesan, gouda, Jarlsberg, Old Amsterdam, manchego and emmental, to name just a very few.
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My second gastro-revelation came at a class on cooking with Jarlsberg cheese, given by a delectable lady called Signe Johansen.
That's normally why you will find cheese from there in a fondue, such as Gruyere, Emmental, Jarlsberg and Reblochon.
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