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Giveaway: Traditional Scottish Cheeseboard

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We'll be enjoying a traditional Scottish cheeseboard with out Burns Night Supper on Wednesday and Mull of Kintyre are kindly providing another cheeseboard to giveaway to one Jam and Clotted Cream reader.

The prize includes:
A slate engraved cheeseboard not available in the shops (not shown in photo)
Mull of Kintyre Scottish Mature Cheddar
Mull of Kintyre Scottish Extra Mature Cheddar
Scottish Oatcakes
Traditional Chutney

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Comments

  1. I'd always include applewood smoked cheddar.

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  2. Really need a cheeseboard and love extra mature cheddar, so this sounds perfect!

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  3. I'm also a sucker for French compte cheese & would always be tempted to include that in a cheeseboard!

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  4. I would have brie and some blue cheese.

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  5. Cranberry wensleydale - I love it!

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  6. The cheeseboard looks great and I love cheese and oatcakes

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  7. I'd include a blue cheese like a Stilton

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  8. I would always go for something a bit stinky...Stinking Bishop or Epoisse or Reblechon! Mmmmmmm I could murder a cheesboard right now...for breakfast!

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  9. No blue cheeses or Brie for me as I'm expecting... so I would have a lovely mature cheddar, some applewood smoked as that's my hubby and Daughters favourite. Maybe some Red Leicester for colour and some Gouda (I do love Gouda!)

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  10. I like le roule on my cheese board, soft and garliccy!

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  11. I would definitely include a Danish Blue

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  12. Oh, I can never resist Double Gloucester with chives.

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  13. I always try to include one hard, one soft and one blue. A good srtong Cheddar, a creamy Tunworth and a Barhkam Blue make a great selection.

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  14. A nice piece of creamy Lancashire cheese for me please! Yum.

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  15. I love a nice bit of stilton, but it wouldn't be complete with a sweaty brie that smells like socks!

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  16. A good old lincolnshire poacher would be a nice inclusion

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  17. Fab Scottish cheeses for Burns Night alongside your cheddar would be a Black Crowdie, and a blue like a Lanark or Strathdon! Plus a lovely wee dram...

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  18. A creamy stilton is my cheese of choice

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  19. I would put Red Leicester on mine, my kids adore it

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  20. Edam, Nice creamy med mature cheddar, maybe some brie, special stilton like with apricots

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  21. A really strong cheddar like Black bomber!

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  22. Wensleydale for sure, to start the palate off. Stilton, double Gloucester with chives, Camembert, Brie, Cheddar, Reblechon, and - I know it's not a traditional cheeseboard cheese but I love it - Marmite cheese!

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  23. A good Orkney smoked cheddar :-)

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  24. I always include a really smelly blue cheese and balance it with a fresh fruity Wensleydale....

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  25. nice one


    Aarthi
    http://yummytummy-aarthi.blogspot.com/

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  26. I would add Caboc cheese, boursin, stilton, wensleydale with cranberry, goats cheese

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  27. Ooh, a Tunworth (British brie) would go perfectly on the oatcakes! Or some Stichelton with the chutney. *drooling*

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  28. i always include a chunk of stilton, a very mature cheese and some edam

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  29. I would include my favourite - Boursin.

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  30. I would add Stilton and a wee dram :-)

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  31. As much as I love french cheeses I think we have the best here on our doorstep so along with a mature cheddar I'd have a delicious stilton as it's a crowd pleaser, a Cotherstone as it's my favourite (& I'm from Yorkshire), and a Cornish Yarg because it's so blimmin' gorgeous!! :)

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  32. There has to be a fine mix of flavours and textures, definitely a blue (Cornish Blue is lovely!), a goat or sheep's milk cheese, a harder mature cheddar or lancashire and a lovely oozing soft scoopy cheese (I very much recommend Lightwood Chaser)

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  33. Oh cheese I love cheese. I would include some nice mature cheddar, stilton, brie, St Paulin, Wensleydale and cranberry and Emmental. Oh and dairylea for the kids ;O)

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  34. A nice sage cheese & a decent cheddar.

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  35. Got to be a nice brie for me!

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  36. Or maybe a bit of Boursin would be nice @veggiexperience

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  37. I don't often do a cheeseboard - usually just one good cheese, whether it be a cheddar, a good brie or a stilton.

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  38. I love a good cheeseboard! Cheese makes the world go around. I always try to include one cheddar, one blue, and a chevre of some kind...

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  39. Oooh what a lovely cheeseboard!
    I think Extra mature Cheddar is vital to any cheeseboard.

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  40. If it is a British cheeseboard, then a Stilton is a must, a Corsnish brie, a Lincolnshire poacher and a Cornish yarg. Plus good oatcakes, grapes and maybe a fig or two. If I go for a French or Italian selection, the choice would be different. Cheers!

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  41. Oh without a shadow of a doubt it would have to be Caerphilly (being Welsh and all), Somerset Brie and Cornish Yarg! Divine!

    Great competition

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  42. goats cheese, mature cheddar, smoked cheddar, cranberry wensleydale yumm

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  43. Mature cheddar with caramelised onions!

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  44. A goats or ewes milk cheese for variety

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  45. I'd include smoked cheddar.Thanks for the chance!

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