If you love cheese and want to expand your cheese horizons past the humble cheddar, this club is for you.
Meeting every second Thursday at the top of the Adelphi pub in Leeds, Homage to Fromage (H2F, or as it is now more affectionally called in our household, ‘Cheesey club’) aims to bring to its guests unusual and unique cheeses that go beyond the supermarket counter that fit around a theme each month.
Cheese is one of the most versatile foods you can cook with and is always something we have in abundance. There is nothing I love more that putting together a meat and cheese board for a lazy lunch on the weekend.
I would categorise the Other Half and I as blue, creamy and smelly cheese lovers so pretty well suited to French cheeses. I have to admit before this post I had not tried Comte before, but had tried Morbier which is made in the same area.
Flicking through the channels the other day I came across a docu-film called Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead. The film follows Joe Cross as he travels across America whilst only drinking juices in the bid to loose weight, ditch his junk food habit and help to manage his Chronic Urticaria.
Now juice diets are nothing new, they have been doing the round for a long time but having watched the programme I was intrigued to say the least. How easy would it be to live on juice alone?