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kobe01
Posted: Tue Oct 29, 2013 9:24 am Reply with quote
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A good friend of mine made me this a couple of weeks ago..

Chicken-schnitzel, wrapped in Parmaham.. coated with egg and crushed cornflakes.
Fried in butter and olive oil.
With a spicey sauce made from Old Amsterdam and aged cheddar cheese.



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Coco
Posted: Fri Nov 01, 2013 5:24 pm Reply with quote
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That looks good.

I gotta know......what is Old Amsterdam?

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Posted: Fri Nov 01, 2013 8:07 pm Reply with quote
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If I am not mistaken, Old Amsterdam is a brand of Gouda cheese (or else it is a beer I haven't had before)
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kobe01
Posted: Sat Nov 02, 2013 4:04 am Reply with quote
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http://oldamsterdam.com/

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Coco
Posted: Wed Nov 06, 2013 4:20 pm Reply with quote
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kobe01 wrote:
http://oldamsterdam.com/


Looks good. I'll have to see if our local cheese importer has that and I'll give it a try.

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kobe01
Posted: Fri Nov 08, 2013 8:55 am Reply with quote
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Classic cheese-sauce;

Make a simple roux from butter and flower, add stock or milk,
a little at the time untill its fluid and hot enough to melt the cheese.
Add a handfull of aged Cheddar and Old Amsterdam or something similar.
Regular cheese is no good cause its not old enough.. due to the moisture it gets all stringy and chewy, ready for the bin.
Also, muchrooms and bacon, green peppercorns, kapers, etc.
Finish with fresh pepper and chopped parsley.

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hotrod
Posted: Fri Nov 08, 2013 10:52 am Reply with quote
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Coco wrote:
kobe01 wrote:
http://oldamsterdam.com/


Looks good. I'll have to see if our local cheese importer has that and I'll give it a try.


If not, try asking one of the lads on here.

As long as....
It's factory sealed
It's a hard cheese (no Brie etc)
It's one or two 400g blocks, not like 37kg
It's marked up on a customs form

Then you shouldn't have any problems. I've done it loads of times without any issues at all.
I find it's best to wrap in kitchen foil then bubble wrap in a box rather than a jiffy bag and it's not a prob.
Winter months are also a better time to send due to heat

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kobe01
Posted: Fri Nov 08, 2013 10:59 am Reply with quote
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Ill send you a box of those cookies for xmas.. i forgot about it last year.

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Posted: Sun Dec 01, 2013 9:05 am Reply with quote
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hotrod wrote:
Coco wrote:
kobe01 wrote:
http://oldamsterdam.com/


Looks good. I'll have to see if our local cheese importer has that and I'll give it a try.


If not, try asking one of the lads on here.

As long as....
It's factory sealed
It's a hard cheese (no Brie etc)
It's one or two 400g blocks, not like 37kg
It's marked up on a customs form

Then you shouldn't have any problems. I've done it loads of times without any issues at all.
I find it's best to wrap in kitchen foil then bubble wrap in a box rather than a jiffy bag and it's not a prob.
Winter months are also a better time to send due to heat


Customs are real bastards. My girlfriend just got back from London yesterday and before she boarded to come back they confiscated all of her Coleman's hot mustard bottles since she had them in her carry on. She is really pissed.

The Hula Hoops made it back here though.

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Posted: Sun Dec 01, 2013 1:18 pm Reply with quote
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Surely everyone knows by now you can't carry stuff like that in your. Hand luggage?
You know, in case some terrorist god damn a-rabs decide they are hungry during a flight and make a mustard bomb or something

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