Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Cheeses Making Wine Bottles

Complementary foodstuffs in their own package
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Cheeses could be made and matured in the shape of a small thick-walled bottle with the volume of a glass of wine. The non-porous surface, cheese vessel is filled with a harmonious white or red wine, closed with a sealed cheese cork and given two labels, such as Gouda and Merlot.

The short shelf life product could be partaken of after dinner, at a pub or on a picnic, poured into a glass or from the bottle – a sip of Chardonnay, a nibble of Gruyere, a sip of Chardonnay…

A successful pairing of cheese and wine, Camembert and Pinot Noir, Mozzarella and Sangiovese, in fun portions to be consumed with olives, almonds, grapes, pears and bread! Shay "Cheeshe".

FarmerJohn, Oct 03 2003

(?) "Wine Flavored Cheese" http://hatfieldsgif....com/28/337.htm?961
For [fishy] [Worldgineer, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 17 2004]

(?) Port wine flavored cheese http://etalinc.com/...070&Category_Code=3
[snarfyguy, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 17 2004]

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       I was hoping to avoid that.
FarmerJohn, Oct 03 2003
  

       Cheeshe. +
lostdog, Oct 03 2003
  

      

I remember these wax bottles that had something sweet inside. Those were good, ummmmm. So coat the outside with cheese, fill with wine, make bite sized. Sell them to school children. Along with those candy cigarettes. Except I'd add nicotine.

Write me, we can do business. I'm due to be released any day.

pluterday, Oct 03 2003
  

       They alread have something like what [pluter's] describing. They're little chocolates with booze in them.   

       Yeah, that's me buying fifty of them on a Sunday when the liquor stores are closed.
snarfyguy, Oct 03 2003
  

       This product really needs to exist. What wine-cheese combo goes well with croissant?
Worldgineer, Oct 03 2003
  

       Wine with croissants? That’s gauche. I sip my Merlot with bag of Oreos in my lap.
pluterday, Oct 03 2003
  

       I really like gouache for paintings; especially the white as it has so much opacity.
bristolz, Oct 03 2003
  

       I agree, a white would go best - especially with the custard-filled.
Worldgineer, Oct 03 2003
  

       Chi-shi.
Shz, Oct 03 2003
  

       How about blending it? Sort of like cheez wiz, just that it'd be wine wiz
fishinabarrel, Oct 03 2003
  

       Funny, I was just thinking about how the bottle itself would taste nice even after the wine is gone. Turns out it's baked anyway (link).
Worldgineer, Oct 03 2003
  

       Cheesus!
The Kat, Oct 03 2003
  

       heh.
bristolz, Oct 03 2003
  

       [The Kat] Yes, he's making wine (bottles).
FarmerJohn, Oct 03 2003
  

       <Paraphrase/>A cheese with the 'wax coating on the inside!</Paraphrase>
thumbwax, Oct 03 2003
  

       Another good wine-related idea from [FJ]. It's like an adult version of those horrible wax bottle candies for children.
TheJeff, Jul 08 2004
  

       I'm french, I feel offended by this idea. What would you say if we were to use your national food, McDonald's burgers, as motor oil?   

       (I'm assuming you're American; no European would ever have such disrespect for wine, cheese and the art of consuming it).   

       :-)
django, Jul 08 2004
  

       So who told the French we were cooking their Le Big Macs in motor oil?
ldischler, Jul 08 2004
  
      
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