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or Em·men·thal  (ĕm′ən-täl′) also Em·men·tal·er or Em·men·thal·er (-täl′ər)
A firm, pale yellow cheese with large holes and a sweet, nutty flavor.

[German Emmentaler, after Emmental, valley of west-central Switzerland where it was first produced.]
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(ˈɛmənˌtɑːl) or






(Cookery) a hard Swiss cheese with holes in it, similar to Gruyère
[C20: named after Emmenthal, a valley in Switzerland]
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Noun1.Emmenthal - Swiss cheese with large holes
Swiss cheese - hard pale yellow cheese with many holes from Switzerland
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Finally fold in the Emmenthal and chopped wild garlic, and spoon gently into the cheesecake tin.
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In Criminal Proceedings Against Guimont, the ECJ stressed the importance of nomenclature related to Emmenthal cheese to find that a French law requiring that form of cheese to be sold with a rind violated Article 34's (ex 28, 30) prohibition against measures having an equivalent effect to a quantitative measure limiting the free movement of goods.
There's Gruyere and Emmenthal on top of it,' said Matteo.
nutmeg, preferably freshly grated 1 cup flour 5 large eggs, divided 1/2 cup shredded emmenthal or gruyere cheese, or a combination 1/2 cup chopped Castelvetrano olives 1.
By the opening decade of the eighteenth century, it appears as if most Anabaptists had fled the region, seeking refuge elsewhere in isolated hamlets scattered throughout the Emmenthal, the Jura mountains, or the Palatinate.
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I stopped at a shop called Cheese 'n' Stuff and bought three little bricks of gruyere, emmenthal, and fontina, and walked home with a baguette under one arm and my briefcase in the other hand.