Camembert 250g with dish just £2 at Co-op!
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Camembert 250g with dish just £2 at Co-op!

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LocalFound 13th Dec 2013
Delicious, and with a free good quality dish! You can pay much for than this for the dish alone, so well worth buying. Great with baguette for an easy tea during these hectic days!
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Is this a mild cheese? What is it similar to? xxx
Most similar to Brie. Very mild, soft and perfect for baking in the oven and eating with crusty bread and olives
hocka

Is this a mild cheese? What is it similar to? xxx



smelly feet
Edited by: "Flombard" 13th Dec 2013
is it stinky? ^^^^
No, hardly any smell
DJ Dunk

Most similar to Brie. Very mild, soft and perfect for baking in the oven … Most similar to Brie. Very mild, soft and perfect for baking in the oven and eating with crusty bread and olives

it sounds irresistible
DJ Dunk

perfect for baking in the oven and eating with crusty bread and olives


Yum - my favourite
might give it a go, we usually only use cheddar and mozzarella! x
Great deal.....................DJ Dunk has the right idea. Only thing missing is the wine to go with it . Heat added
Remember the CoOp 10% repay coupon when members spend £5+ only runs to Sunday, though you have to Xmas Eve to use the 10% vouchers.
Also good with a clove of garlic stuck in just before baking.
The dish is good, I've had mine for a couple of years, I just buy the cheese to go in it now.
Before cooking stick a few cloves of garlic and sprigs of rosemary into the cheese and drizzle with a little bit of olive oil. Serve with hot crusty bread. Delicious!
Oh blast, just passed our Co-op! Love cheese and fancy crackers for a light meal at this time of year :o)
lorrainetipene

Before cooking stick a few cloves of garlic and sprigs of rosemary into … Before cooking stick a few cloves of garlic and sprigs of rosemary into the cheese and drizzle with a little bit of olive oil. Serve with hot crusty bread. Delicious!



What Lorraine says
useful for coaxing a Grizzly out of it's cave...
I know where I'm going to go tomorrow morning...thank you for posting this offer
what do you say to a bear to entice it out of the woods?

come on bear!! lol
do you use one per person?
I think the little terracotta dishes go for around £3.50 on their own in places like Lakeland, so it's basically a cheap dish with free cheese! Who doesn't love free cheese?
I may buy this for the dish alone, and my bin will get the cheese for free!! If you ask me, the cheese smells, and tastes like 6 month old smelly socks worn daily by my teenage step son! Blehhhhhhhh!!!!! Heat for the dish, and for those who like smelly socks
nice
vickyrmartin3

I may buy this for the dish alone, and my bin will get the cheese for … I may buy this for the dish alone, and my bin will get the cheese for free!! If you ask me, the cheese smells, and tastes like 6 month old smelly socks worn daily by my teenage step son! Blehhhhhhhh!!!!! Heat for the dish, and for those who like smelly socks



oO was gonna try but not so sure now!
DJ Dunk

Most similar to Brie. Very mild, soft and perfect for baking in the oven … Most similar to Brie. Very mild, soft and perfect for baking in the oven and eating with crusty bread and olives



whats brie like???????

love this with caramelised red onions...

hocka

do you use one per person?

we share one between 2 as a starter but could quite easily eat it all myself as an evening snack


Edited by: "elizawho" 13th Dec 2013
hocka

oO was gonna try but not so sure now!


>.< Sorry! I just really hate the stuff. But each to their own. You might like it?
DJ Dunk

No, hardly any smell



Well actually, when the cheese is 'ripe' or as the French say, 'fait' it can be very stinky indeed, the cheese goes all goo-ey and the flavour improves. When I brought some back from France one of my housemates said it made the house smell like rotting corpses
ooo fab I love this cheese
See for example the pic at the top of here
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Edited by: "Tastyparsnip" 13th Dec 2013
I cant stand smelly cheese, I love cheddar, mozzarella, leerdammer, emental. Not sure about this. There are 3 of us so might get 2 to try it out. If it smells its gone!
Tastyparsnips, youve helped me make my mind up! oO (#27)
I ask myself would Wallace & gromit approve of this cheese
- I already bought one but think I may have to get another one!!
There's very little smell when it's fresh, but as it matures, it softens and the smell increases. That said, to my mind, the smell is all part of the enjoyment of camembert. It's good to eat cold, but really nice if baked in the oven. As an alternative to wine, try a glass of port with it - Co-op have Taylor's Select Reserve Port half price at £6.99 now. Enjoy!
Delicious.
Love these. I have one but after reading this it's made me want to go back and and get another. Good excuse to grab some of that port too.
Smell my cheese you mothers
Nice deal!
Fantastic price with getting the dish too
if it doesn't smell it's not real cheese
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