Tomme


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Tomme

A Norwegian unit of length approximately equivalent to 26.1 millimeters. Before the 1970s, it was used to measure Norwegian timber. Since then, the word has been used to denote an inch.
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Veyrat, 69, took particular umbrage at inspectors "daring to say that I put Cheddar in our souffle of (local) Reblochon, Beaufort and Tomme (cheeses).
Eduardo's Special Sandwich'-has the distinction of being the first ever sandwich at Terry's: smoked pork ham, pepper salami, Tomme de Savoie cheese, tomato slices and lettuce, bound together with JC's special dressing on ciabatta, the bread I always have.
In addition to selected Bernese Alpkase varieties, SWISS First guests will be offered such delights as a Tomme Rougemont to which Robert Speth has added a truffle filling; and SWISS Business customers will be able to choose from Bernese Alpkase, Hobelkse and a Weichkse from the Gerzensee.
The silver medal winners, Rainton Tomme and Carrick, are both handmade unpasteurised hard cheeses: Rainton Tomme is a rustic, mellow, well rounded cheese with a natural rind that is aged for between three to seven months; Carrick is a curd washed cheese which is aged for around nine months.
"I came in with this idea that I knew this particular goat cheese, because I had read it somewhere in a book 6 't-o-m-m-e,' which is tomme," he said.
Tomme de savoie, the French Alps' semifirm cheese from cow's milk, and valencay cheese made with goat's milk, complement the lavash or fine flatbread.
Pots were then placed on little flames in front of us containing a mixture of melted Appenzeller, Grueyere and Tomme de Savoy Cheese known as The Movenpick Bahrain Cheese Fondue with a side of French baguettes and chilled grapes.
Over the years, biological degradation of cellulose by producing cellulolytic enzymes through fungi as well as bacteria, has been extensively studied (Tomme et al, 1995).
But it's also possible to have adventures in food and Val D'Arly's main focus is traditional Savoyard farming villages producing Beaufort, Reblochon and Tomme de Savoie cheeses to add to the region's groaning larder.
"Tomme Aurthur and the Lost Abbey literally founded this style of beer in the US, without Lost Abbey there would be no Wicked Weed Funkatorium.