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    Hi Folks

    Im doing some cooking this weekend and want to try somthing cheaper
    and differentt on pizza - in UK its about 1.00 for 150g of hald decent Mozarella

    any others got any ideas for people who like cheesey pizza ( my boy)

    what about GOUDA?

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    Re: other good cheeses - UK

    Originally posted by ross View Post
    Hi Folks

    what about GOUDA?
    I really like to use a smoked Gouda. I can get a very reasonably priced wedge ( inported to USA from Holland) locally. I especially like this with pineapple and ham. I just tried Costal cheddar ( from England) and it was very nice as well'
    Sharpei Diem.....Seize the wrinkle dog