Dutch cheese


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Dutch cheese

n. Chiefly Northern US
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cot′tage cheese`


n.
a soft, loose, white, mild-flavored unripened cheese made from skim-milk curds.
[1840–50, Amer.]
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References in classic literature ?
monsieur!" said Planchet, "if it is so, we must not despair for that; you shall become a grocer with me; I shall take you for my partner, we will share the profits, and if there should be no more profits, well, why then we shall share the almonds, raisins and prunes, and we will nibble together the last quarter of Dutch cheese."
He gives Dutch cheese, too, eating Cheshire, sir, himself; and Sundays out, are only once a month.'
In the society of Mr Rugg, who had a round white visage, as if all his blushes had been drawn out of him long ago, and who had a ragged yellow head like a worn-out hearth broom; and in the society of Miss Rugg, who had little nankeen spots, like shirt buttons, all over her face, and whose own yellow tresses were rather scrubby than luxuriant; Mr Pancks had usually dined on Sundays for some few years, and had twice a week, or so, enjoyed an evening collation of bread, Dutch cheese, and porter.
'With the exception of the heel of a Dutch cheese - which is not adapted to the wants of a young family' - said Mrs.
I was engaged just then in eating despondently a piece of stale Dutch cheese, being too much crushed to care what I swallowed myself, let along bothering my head about Falk's ideas of gastronomy.
Snagsby's account of the inquiry at which he had assisted that at supper-time she projected herself into the kitchen, preceded by a flying Dutch cheese, and fell into a fit of unusual duration, which she only came out of to go into another, and another, and so on through a chain of fits, with short intervals between, of which she has pathetically availed herself by consuming them in entreaties to Mrs.
bread, rice, three Dutch cheeses, five pieces of dried goat's flesh (which we lived much upon), and a little remainder of European corn, which had been laid by for some fowls which we brought to sea with us, but the fowls were killed.
Combinations include langoustines with orange dressing and gingerbread croutons, stingray with chicory, and venison with beets and light Dutch cheese are examples of what mysteriously and carefully appears at your table.
What the name of a mild Dutch cheese, usually covered in red wax?
For example, Iconic Indian brands like Amul are parlaying their understanding of the versatile Indian palate and it's savoring of international flavors by using Indian cow milk to create Dutch cheese like Gouda.
Europe's top court dealt the food industry a blow on Tuesday as it dismissed an attempt by a Dutch cheese maker to copyright its cream cheese, saying that the taste of a food product does not qualify for copyright protection.
Still, it's just about toastable and is perfect for little gums, especially when squashed around cheap Dutch cheese and strawberry jam.