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Malt loaf and cheese

Postby Herbsman » Wed Nov 28, 2012 12:53 pm

Anyone else a fan?

Reminds me of Jamaican bun & cheese traditionally eaten at Easter.
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Re: Malt loaf and cheese

Postby nicklouse » Wed Nov 28, 2012 12:55 pm

Soreen? Yes.
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Re: Malt loaf and cheese

Postby johnboy183 » Wed Nov 28, 2012 13:21 pm

^^^^ massive +1

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Re: Malt loaf and cheese

Postby Cleat Eastwood » Wed Nov 28, 2012 13:30 pm

indeedy - try it with stinky cheese.
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Re: Malt loaf and cheese

Postby Graham. » Wed Nov 28, 2012 14:02 pm

Would be strange to have it without cheese.. extra mature cheddar please. :D

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Re: Malt loaf and cheese

Postby keef66 » Wed Nov 28, 2012 16:17 pm

As a Yorkshire lad I was brought up with the tradition of eating cheese with christmas cake, so why not? Sounds yummy.

Raised a few southern eyebrows at our wedding reception when the northern contingent insisted the hotel find some cheese to accompany the wedding cake.

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Re: Malt loaf and cheese

Postby tiredofwhiners » Wed Nov 28, 2012 16:46 pm

Interesting ...... I cannot stand Malt Loaf but love their Banan bread instead - hadn't thought of cheese with it on rides though.

Something for the weekend I think :)

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Re: Malt loaf and cheese

Postby Simmotino » Wed Nov 28, 2012 16:59 pm

Ooooh, yes please!

Not quite as nice as Dundee cake and cheddar* but it'll do as a stand in! :)


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Re: Malt loaf and cheese

Postby Fevmeister » Wed Nov 28, 2012 18:05 pm

Fantastic with a nice mature cheddar!

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Re: Malt loaf and cheese

Postby nicklouse » Wed Nov 28, 2012 18:06 pm

keef66 wrote:As a Yorkshire lad I was brought up with the tradition of eating cheese with christmas cake, so why not? Sounds yummy.

Raised a few southern eyebrows at our wedding reception when the northern contingent insisted the hotel find some cheese to accompany the wedding cake.

Cheese and Apple pie. Mmmmmmm
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Re: Malt loaf and cheese

Postby amaferanga » Wed Nov 28, 2012 21:19 pm

Toasted with melted cheese. Haven't had that for ages, think I'll go make some now....
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Re: Malt loaf and cheese

Postby Pinno » Wed Nov 28, 2012 21:25 pm

I prefer cheesy peas with even cheesier peas.

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Re: Malt loaf and cheese

Postby nunowoolmez » Wed Nov 28, 2012 21:40 pm

WTF! This all just sounds very odd indeed. Malt bread...and cheese? Gonna have to try it, but i've never had malt loaf with anything but a nice thick spread of butter. Yum! Gonna have to go get some cheese then. At least it will give me a chance to do a la Partridge "i've got some cheese!"

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Re: Malt loaf and cheese

Postby johnboy183 » Wed Nov 28, 2012 22:30 pm

For variety add some Nutella
(Or if you must peanut butter and/or jam)

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Re: Malt loaf and cheese

Postby amaferanga » Thu Nov 29, 2012 09:00 am

johnboy183 wrote:For variety add some Nutella
(Or if you must peanut butter and/or jam)


Nutella and banana soreen is ace.
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Re: Malt loaf and cheese

Postby johnboy183 » Thu Nov 29, 2012 09:29 am

amaferanga wrote:
johnboy183 wrote:For variety add some Nutella
(Or if you must peanut butter and/or jam)


Nutella and banana soreen is ace.


Nutella is ace!!

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Re: Malt loaf and cheese

Postby Giraffoto » Thu Nov 29, 2012 19:30 pm

Fruit cake (dark or light) with mature Wensleydale is a superb combination. Also cinnamon and raisin bagels (toasted) with garlic and herb Philadelphia
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