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Damson And Blackberry Cheese
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A fruit cheese is cooked long enough to set to a firm consistency, so that it can be cut and sliced, rather than spread. Although this one is fine on toast, it really shines when served with classy British cheeses, the hard kind like a fine traditional Cheddar, or crumbling Lancashire. I serve it with game too – with roast pheasant, for example
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This recipe was first published in September 2006.