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jeannebaxter
- user joined since April 25, 2006
463 questions asked by this user
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Questions

Which country has the most Nobel prize winner personalities?
In Nobel prize winners - asked by jeannebaxter - 2 answers - 9 years ago
Who is the world's youngest prisoner of conscience ?
In protest, conscience - asked by jeannebaxter - 2 answers - 9 years ago
Who is the world's youngest billionaire?
In money, billionaires - asked by jeannebaxter - 2 answers - 9 years ago
Why do some humans form groups while others are loners?
In human behaviour - asked by jeannebaxter - 3 answers - 9 years ago
How can you laugh on the other side of your face
In laughter - asked by jeannebaxter - 3 answers - 9 years ago

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Taramundi Asturian Cheese, D.O.

We have discovered a delightful cheese from the remote mountains of Asturias. It is a traditional buttery cheese with a lilting name: Taramundi.

For over 1000 years Asturian families have produced this archaic cheese in their homes and farms. We have found it perfect for melting and sauces, as well as a great pairing with crisp white wines and apple ciders.

During recent years, artisans from this ancient Principality have relaunched the cheese by forming a cooperative so that Taramundi cheese would not disappear.

It is a blend of cow and goat's milk which is cured from 60 to 90 days. It has a special flavor due to its buttery texture from two different milk sources, a “toasted” background of flavors.

Cow and goat milk is heated to about 90ºF. Rennet and other agents are added that produce grain sized pieces of curd. Then the mixture is simmered until it forms a paste which is poured into mold to be pressed. The cheese is cured during at least 60 days.

Presumably named for the area in which it is made,

http://www.tienda.com/food/products/cs-56.html


Go To Question - asked by jeannebaxter - 0 replies - 9 years ago

Naval history of the Royal Navy from 1860 to present day. Each Royal Navy ship has a dedicated page to the history of the ship and a naval enthusiasts and crew message board.

Royal Navy Battleships Royal Navy Cruisers Royal Navy Aircraft Carriers
Pre 1918 Royal Navy Destroyers Royal Navy Destroyers Royal Navy Frigates
Royal Navy Submarines Royal Navy Torpedo Boats Royal Navy Sloops & Gunboats
Royal Navy Minesweepers Royal Navy Cruiser Minelayers Royal Navy Corvettes
Royal Navy Auxiliaries & Tankers Royal Navy Monitors 17th-18th Century Ships of the Line
Royal Navy Assault Ships Royal Navy ships 1990 onwards Royal Navy Depot Ships
Royal Navy Patrol Craft Royal Yachts Navy Divers
Royal Navy Trawlers Motor Torpedo Boats (MTB's) Royal Navy Q Ships


Naval Historians and Enthusiasts Notice board

This notice board and notice boards for individual ships have been set up for people to contact each other as well as exchange information about ships of the Royal Navy. This is done as a service, and is not in any way connected to any official websites of any of the ships or The Royal Navy

Photographs and information on historical events about battleship requested

http://www.battleships-cruisers.co.uk/royal.htm


Go To Question - asked by jeannebaxter - 0 replies - 9 years ago

Due to the inclusion of the apostrophe, I would look where I am treading.


Supplement from 10/30/2006 07:54pm:

Wouldn't want to disturb the dung beetles.


Go To Question - asked by jeannebaxter - 0 replies - 9 years ago

a) is also possible. Heating a mixture of iron filings and sulphur gives iron sulphide in an exothermic reaction.


Go To Question - asked by jeannebaxter - 0 replies - 9 years ago

Only under my breath and certainly nothing like what is on the box.
I mostly say "Oh dear" and "Silly me"


Go To Question - asked by jeannebaxter - 0 replies - 9 years ago