cheddary

cheddary

(ˈtʃɛdərɪ)
adj
resembling or pertaining to cheddar cheese
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Pass, as you walk, the cows whose rich milk is used for the region's cheeses, from creamy St Nectaire and Fourme d'Ambert to cheddary Cantal.
And here in the North there is no shortage of awardwinning cheesy i n s p i r a t i o n , whether you fancy something blue, brie-like or cheddary with a local twist.
All is well where bacon dwells, and bits of it enlivened the cheddary quesadilla wedges, also with tomato bits inside.
pounds sterling]110 worth of Cheddary bollocks from the little-known 'celebrity' chef Martin Blunos.
The cheddary gorgeous pasty is made with real cheddar and is already proving to be a real hit.
Which is why a qualified rescue team is always on hand to assist the downhill cheddary chumps who went head-over-heels and saw grass-sky before the lights went out.
Here are some of the exciting dishes you'll find in this book: Citrus, Avocado, and Mango Salad; Marinated Baby Bok Choy Salad; Dragons' Dressing (consisting of miso, tahini, dates, lemon and ginger juice, and oil); Raspberry Cream Soup (made with orange juice, raw cashews, raspberries, and sliced oranges); Watercress Pear Soup; Spring Roll Wraps; Almond Flax Crackers; Hemp Corn Chips; and Cheddary Cheeze Spread (made with pine nuts, sun-dried tomatoes, pepper, lemon juice, and garlic).
But, now you come to mention it, they are occasionally a tad cheddary.
Each had a nice cheddary bite and pleasant aftertaste.