Cheese mixed with charcoal. Looks strange, but apparently tastes pretty good. [Sleaford Target
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I read the article at the link, and all is explained. Yorkshire born and Yorkshire bred, strong in th' arm and weak in't head. Yorkshiremen are all at least a little daft, and the miners who went on strike so often they killed the industry in the UK kind of miss coal dust in everything they eat.
Posted by TheCannyScot in Atlanta, GA on 04/18/14 at 09:11 AM
(The wife was just looking over my shoulder but she's gone now.)
That looks like some of the stuff she 'did up' last week and tried to pass off as food!
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 04/18/14 at 09:26 AM
I like a little charcoal in my burger or steak!
Posted by Tyrusguy on 04/18/14 at 09:40 AM
My wife has actually burnt water. (She let it all evaporate and then the pan burned)
At least she has other qualities to make up for such things
Posted by BrokeDad in Midwest US on 04/18/14 at 12:09 PM
I heard they feed charcoal to junkyard dogs to nake them crazy mean so this does not sound like a good idea.
Posted by patty in Ohio, USA on 04/18/14 at 07:05 PM
Posted by Will S. on 04/18/14 at 10:20 PM
Yea, Patty! Not all junkyard dogs are crazy mean!
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 04/18/14 at 10:22 PM
That's right, just the ones they feed charcoal to.
Posted by patty in Ohio, USA on 04/18/14 at 10:48 PM
Ah! So now it's charcoal that you're leveling your vicious attacks on!
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 04/18/14 at 10:50 PM
You're digging yourself deeper, patty!
Posted by TheCannyScot in Atlanta, GA on 04/19/14 at 02:45 AM
Hmmm... I'd try Morbier first. Better cheese, and they don't go all daft on the charcoal content.
Posted by Richard Bos in the Netherlands on 04/19/14 at 07:46 AM
I manage the shop selling this cheese! A very strange idea but a great idea also! As you can see its black cheese, but tastes amazing! Despite whats said above, charcoal is meant to be good for you! For more feedback about the cheese visit our Twitter account (@MFSLeasingham) or our Facebook account (Manor Farm Shops and Garden Centre Leasingham and Ruskington). Posted some to a press office in London today who were eager to try it!
Posted by Dan in Lincolnshire, England on 04/25/14 at 03:45 PM
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