Cooper's Hill Cheese Rolling Festival in Brockworth, England. A 7 pound circle of Double Gloucester is dropped down the hill and the lads try to outrun it.

Cooper's Hill Cheese Rolling Festival in Brockworth, England. A 7 pound circle of Double Gloucester is dropped down the hill and the lads try to outrun it.

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Stilton and Double Gloucester Cheese, strong and amazing taste - Semi-hard cheese, rich in calcium. Best with Burgundy and Chardonnay, or full-bodied red wines like Rioja

Stilton and Double Gloucester Cheese, strong and amazing taste - Semi-hard cheese, rich in calcium. Best with Burgundy and Chardonnay, or full-bodied red wines like Rioja

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TraditionalPloughman's Lunch ... small mixed salad, branston pickle, piccalilli, pickled onions, beetroot slices, hard boiled egg, tomato, brie cheese, cheddar cheese, stilton cheese, double gloucester cheese, apple, pork pie, bread & butter

TraditionalPloughman's Lunch ... small mixed salad, branston pickle, piccalilli, pickled onions, beetroot slices, hard boiled egg, tomato, brie cheese, cheddar cheese, stilton cheese, double gloucester cheese, apple, pork pie, bread & butter

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The amazing cheese wedding cake! Made from 5 tasty cheeses, this is the wedding cake with a difference.

The amazing cheese wedding cake! Made from 5 tasty cheeses, this is the wedding cake with a difference.

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Our label printers have produced more printed labels for the Belton Farm range of Cheeses. Our customer has these self adhesive labels manufactured by Etiquette for their variety of cheeses including, as illustrated, Red Leicester, Cheshire, Double Gloucester and more. The label printing team at Etiquette created the labels with the latest UV ink technology and applied a special adhesive that enabled them to be applied in low temperatures.

Our label printers have produced more printed labels for the Belton Farm range of Cheeses. Our customer has these self adhesive labels manufactured by Etiquette for their variety of cheeses including, as illustrated, Red Leicester, Cheshire, Double Gloucester and more. The label printing team at Etiquette created the labels with the latest UV ink technology and applied a special adhesive that enabled them to be applied in low temperatures.

Recipe with video instructions: A fried egg is the crown jewel on top of this ooey, gooey, cheesy masterpiece. Ingredients: 2 slices of sourdough, Softened butter, for spreading, 30g cheddar, grated, 30g double gloucester, grated, 50g mozzarella, sliced, 1-2 slices of good quality ham, 1 tbsp dijon mustard

Recipe with video instructions: A fried egg is the crown jewel on top of this ooey, gooey, cheesy masterpiece. Ingredients: 2 slices of sourdough, Softened butter, for spreading, 30g cheddar, grated, 30g double gloucester, grated, 50g mozzarella, sliced, 1-2 slices of good quality ham, 1 tbsp dijon mustard

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Cotswold -   Cotswold is a Double Gloucester with chopped onions and chives blended into the cheese. Cotswold is a region in Southwestern England. The Cotswold cheese is also just called 'Double Gloucester with Chives' or 'Pub Cheese'.     It is a smooth, cheddar-like cheese with chives and onions. In the pub it is usually served with toast or rustic bread.

Cotswold - Cotswold is a Double Gloucester with chopped onions and chives blended into the cheese. Cotswold is a region in Southwestern England. The Cotswold cheese is also just called 'Double Gloucester with Chives' or 'Pub Cheese'. It is a smooth, cheddar-like cheese with chives and onions. In the pub it is usually served with toast or rustic bread.

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Kosher Double Gloucester.Royal George cheese is named after the founder of the cheesemakers' English dairy.It was in 1957 that George Kenyon started to make his traditional English cheeses in the ancient market town of Garstang,where the ruins of the royalist Greenhalgh Castle (c1490)stand.

Kosher Double Gloucester.Royal George cheese is named after the founder of the cheesemakers' English dairy.It was in 1957 that George Kenyon started to make his traditional English cheeses in the ancient market town of Garstang,where the ruins of the royalist Greenhalgh Castle (c1490)stand.

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