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Emmental

(ĕm`əntäl), valley of the Emme River, W central Switzerland. In a region devoted to farming, cattle raising, and dairying, it produces emmenthaler, also called Swiss cheese.
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Rolli has Coquilles au thon (pate, tuna, olive oil and haricots verts), Legumes Grilles (potatoes, aubergines, courgettes, red peppers, chicken) and Rolli Orecchiette (pate, mozarella, emmenthal, gorgonzola, taleggio).
In contrast, imports of blue vein cheeses are up by 4%, Brie by 3% and Emmenthal has leapt ahead by 35%.
We melt our Emmenthal in order to adapt it to the American taste.
BRIE is best with red Beaujolais; mild Cheddar with Claret; Emmenthal with aromatic Alsace wines or Tokay Pinot Gris; Roquefort bleu with Sauternes or Barsac; strong Cheddar with Chateauneuf du Pape or tawny port; goats cheese with Sancerre or Macon.
Now, if you think about the practical problems of carrying out a face swap for more than a minute, the plot develops more holes than a pound of Emmenthal.
England, though, were in complete control, Rooney at the hub of everything, the Swiss back-line as holed as a block of Emmenthal.
Compensate with a delicious lunch of emmenthal pancakes and lager in the centre of St Anton before exploring the main runs that snake down from the Galzig lift.
Other growth areas included Edam (up by 6%), grated and powdered cheeses (up 11%), Esrom and St Paulin (up 19%) and Emmenthal, which more than doubled due to rising imports from France.
The movie follows a self-absorbed businessman, Philip Emmenthal (John Standing) and his equally shallow son, Storey (Matthew Delamere).
Findus R&D has developed Pommes Coquettes, for example, which features grated potatoes with a filling of cream cheese, emmenthal and ciboulette.
2 cups all-purpose flour 2 teaspoons baking powder 1 teaspoon baking soda 1/2 teaspoon salt 6 tablespoons cold butter, cut into pieces 1 cup shredded Emmenthal or Swiss cheese (about 4 oz.