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The Bellinghman
Date: 2009-12-23 13:29
Subject: Lunch done
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Turkey Ballentine from the butcher. Check.
Stinking Bishop. Check.
Wensleydale. Check.
Christmas cake. Check.
White Stilton. Check.
Gjetost. Check.
Cheese crackers. Check.
Peach Bellini mix. Check.
King Edwards (a rather ridiculous quantity, but they can live in the nice dark garage). Check.
On-stalk Brussel sprouts. Check.
Drive salted. Check.
Chocolates removed from doorstep into kitchen. Check. (I wonder how long they'd been there.)

That was a nice busy hour. Expensive, too.
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The Bellinghman
User: bellinghman
Date: 2009-12-23 14:48 (UTC)
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Hey, I actually like Gjetost.

I'll admit, it is a distinctly odd substance, compared to cheese.

I'll also admit that my first encounter (in a hotel in Oslo) did not impress me at all.

But the Gjetost I get from the Bury Lane shop is the nice stuff. I think it's because it's nice and fresh and not-at-all dried out.
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Sarcasticia Nitpickerson
User: tisiphone
Date: 2009-12-23 14:50 (UTC)
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I am sorry to admit that I first encountered the substance in a situation where it was not clear that it was... some dairy substance, and not fudge. Unlike the unfortunate Marmite/Nutella Confusion Incident of 1989, I've never recovered.
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The Bellinghman
User: bellinghman
Date: 2009-12-23 15:02 (UTC)
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Well, if you expect fudge, you're going to be rather confused. And if you expect cheese, you're sort of out of luck too.

But if you treat it as a food substance somewhere out in the theoretical phase space of potentiality, something dwelling beneath that ocean out of which the peaks of 'cheese' and 'fudge' poke up as islands, well, then it's quite nice. It goes well on Ryvita as a Scandiwegian snack.
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