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cindy   Link to this

An interesting history of British cheesemaking

Glyn   Link to this

Cheese and the Royal Navy:


Pauline   Link to this

Suffolk Cheese
(three Google hits)

vicente   Link to this

Suffolk cheese sounds better than the mousetrap cheese [even the poor mice refused to nibble]that was available during WWII.

Wim van der Meij   Link to this

Warrington adds the following: " This prejudice extended to the days of Pope, whose country mouse entertained his courtly guest with:
'Cheese such as men in Suffolk make,
But wished it Stilton for his sake'
(Imitations of Horace, Bk ii, Sat 6)
See also Shadwell's 'Worls' vol. iv, p.350.

in Aqua Scripto   Link to this

Dutch cheeses : Still life with cheese Floris Van Dijck 1615 20 apples ,fruit and two wheels of cheese .

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