Friday, January 19, 2018

Wensleydale Cheese

Went out on a limb for Wensleydale cheese. Glad I did, so delicious. Unfortunately Gary got hives, not sure why, more for me. Ha. The cost was prohibitive; a luxury item for sure.

Unusually bitter and long lasting cold has me fearful of damage to many plants in my garden. Time will tell. Previous post was in response to the 13 abused children found captive in California. See something, say something, has more implications other than suspected terrorists. Thanks for reading and for all your comments.

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  1. I'm not aware of that cheese.

    I'm speechless about those children that were held captive by their parents. The poor kids...I hope that eventually they will come through this clear of mind. They're are going to need so much professional help. It's beggars belief that people would do this to their children.

    I hope those two "parents" are locked up and the keys thrown away!

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  2. Hi Lee, thanks, I never heard of it before either but it was delicious, comes in other flavors and plain as well. So sad to hear about all those children suffering for so many years.

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  3. Winter can't be gone too soon. Getting closer.

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  4. Hi Joanne, thanks, next week we will get a reprieve, some day sup to 50s thank goodness, even our cat is feeling cooped up.

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  5. That cheese looks very good.

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  6. Hi Gigi, thanks, delicious, I'd be curious to see what it tastes like without the ginger and mango.

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  7. I haven't seen it with the addition of mango and ginger. Interesting.
    I suspect most of us are more at risk from the 'normal' people in the community than we are from terrorists. Definitely see something, say something.

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  8. Hi Sue, thanks, yes at risk even from the flu from folks; can't imagine all of them sleeping during the day and marching all night long, ugh

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  9. I was introduced to Wensleydale many, many years ago by a friend that owned a cheese shop. Then along came Wallace and Grommet who’s favorite cheese it is.
    Toes crossed that all your plants survive. Cold weather is so hard on subtropical.

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  10. Hi Suzi, thanks, I love all kinds of cheese, how lucky you were to have a friend with a cheese shop. I would have been visiting there all the time. Ha.

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