Brace for cheese

A platter of total bollocks

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C​heeses.

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  • Two things

    1. Is cottage cheese a 80’s thing

    2. You should do a segment on 70s party food seeming the Christmas season is almost here. You should start with the cheese and pickle hedgehog 🦔 

      10 months ago
    • Definitely he should do 70s party food. Come on buy some flan cases.

        10 months ago
  • Oh my god. I'd like to taste these cheeses. I'm so fond of cheese as a Frenchie frog so I'll be curious to know which one is the best.

    Just a quick question : What are the brown pickles you put on the bread?

      10 months ago
    • It’s Branston Pickle - “a jarred pickled chutney first made in 1922 in the village of Branston near Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire by Crosse & Blackwell.” :)

        10 months ago
    • Essentially a way to make onions, not onions and turn them into utter awesomeness!

        10 months ago
  • I love vegan cheese. It has all non vegan flavours with very simple and clear components. No any harm adds :)

    what do you think about vegan cheese? Have you tried it? Do you like it?

      10 months ago
  • I'm suprised at you choosing to grate the cheese James. Surely the improved structural integrity and load bearing capacity of sliced cheese needs to be taken into account. Also sliced was less prone than grated to fall from betwixt the Mothers Pride/Hovis/Sunblest to insinuate itself for eternity into the velour upholstery of the chartered coach or to melt with embarrasing crustiness onto the backside of the shiny polyester school trousers of the time 😖

      10 months ago
    • I was surprised by that the first time I went to the UK. The grated cheese on the sarnie seemed weird. It's messier but I guess it has better bread coverage lol

        10 months ago
    • We always had grated cheese in those days, done with an actual Mouli grater too. For me it made the whole video much more authentic.

        10 months ago
  • “All I can do is turn a phrase until it catches the light.”

    ― Clive James, May Week Was in June

      10 months ago
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