Description:"A cow's-milk cheese, it normally weighs about 2 kg (approximately 4.5 pounds). Its name comes from ""mullet"". When ... more
Newest Review: ... I, given that we had sod all by way of choice. Agreed. Then I spotted a deep orange wedge of something I had never seen before, going under the name of Mimolette. "Mimo...something?" I suggested, apprehensive, but realising that nearby a shrewd-looking grandmother was checking her watch and wielding her basket in a particularly unfriendly fashion. In it went, and we were out of ... more
by - written on 21/01/13 (Very useful, 68 readings)
I love cheese. It is a trait shared between my mother and I, and regardless of how unhappy I might be about the current state of my figure, it is something I have serious trouble saying no to. Just a nibble... ***MIMO EH?*** I may love the stuff but I don't pretend to be any sort of expert. Part of the fun of enjoying this dairy treat is finding new types of cheese and new producers. Christmas of 2012 was my first attempt at hosting the festivities at home - present were myself, the cheese-loving Mr Rarr, the cheese obsessed Mummy Rarr, and two greyhounds who certainly wouldn't say no to a tiny nibble of the good stuff if it happened to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/07/08 (Very useful, 59 readings)
If you've read my cheese reviews, you'll know that I like bries, camemberts, blue cheese and any particularly strong or soft cheese on crackers or a baguette. Meanwhile other cheeses fit into my category of "sandwich cheese", this is one of those cases. Mimolette is a beautifully orange cheese (naturally died with achiote) and looks similar to Red Leicester, it comes in a rough grey crust which is created like that due to the addition of cheese mites which are regularly brushed off, leaving the rough texture, cracks and crevaces done by their rooting around! Most cheese lovers like their Mimolette well aged when it becomes quite chewy, unfortunately ... Read the complete review
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