Emmenthaler


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Em·men·tal

or Em·men·thal  (ĕm′ən-täl′) also Em·men·tal·er or Em·men·thal·er (-täl′ər)
n.
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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Noun1.Emmenthaler - Swiss cheese with large holes
Swiss cheese - hard pale yellow cheese with many holes from Switzerland
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Arrange the following between 2 slices of sourdough bread: sprouts, Emmenthaler or Swiss cheese, and sliced pickles that have been patted dry with paper towels.
All of that may raise ethical issues, but only goes to demonstrate that FIFA's bid rules have gaps in it similar to Emmenthaler cheese and a political deal with former French President Nicolas Sarkozy that led to Michel Platini, head of European football body UEFA, voting in favor of the Qatari bid.
Although we didn't try it, cheese fondue for two, a chef specialty, made with Swiss Emmenthaler and Gruyere cheeses, white wine, garlic and Kirschwasser, gets top billing on one of the menu pages.
The new Cheese-Spatzle Tapas are offered with a mixture of original Swabian Cheese-Spatzle made with Emmenthaler and mountain cheeses, accompanied by fried onions and uncooked ham.
Swiss ingenuity is famous for clever inventions that include Swiss Army knives, Emmenthaler cheese, confidential bank accounts, complicated timepieces, and a variety of chocolate virtually unknown elsewhere.
At three months, the cheese is evaluated to see whether it is "perfect" enough to become a Black Label Swiss, whereupon it is brought to full maturity, resulting in a thoroughly matured "weeping cheese," known for producing a highly flavorful liquid in the cheese's eyeholes--a trademark of well-aged Emmenthaler.