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      CommentAuthorJen
    • CommentTimeOct 23rd 2008
     
    Article is there with a nice picture of Alex James. What product would you name after New Order?

    Blur bassist-turned-farmer Alex James has named his latest cheese after a New Order song.

    According to the Gloucestershire Echo, James's new dairy product will be named Blue Monday after the Manchester group's 1983 dance hit.

    James and his neighbour Juliet Harbutt recently took home the Best Goat's Cheese title for their Farleigh Wallop at the British Cheese Awards.

    James said: "Our first goat cheeses, Little Wallop and Farleigh Wallop, are little niche cheeses, not a big hit single as we hope Blue Monday will be."

    Harbutt added: "Most people would take 18 months to two years to release a new cheese but Blue Monday came through. It's a moist cheese, gooey, spicy with quite a mellow flavour with sweet notes."
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      CommentAuthornataliet
    • CommentTimeOct 23rd 2008
     
    LOL New Order cheese! Wonder if it pairs well with Pernod?
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    I bet it does! Alex James is a nut.

    Where is my Bad Lieutenant, Alex?
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      CommentAuthordocterjoy
    • CommentTimeOct 23rd 2008
     
    I want some NO cheese! It would sure make my Monday mornings less blue.
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      CommentAuthorJen
    • CommentTimeOct 23rd 2008
     
    Alex is too busy making cheese, Liz!

    I might just have to buy some for the label alone.
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    :face-devil-grin:

    That sounds interesting.
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      CommentAuthordocterjoy
    • CommentTimeOct 24th 2008
     
    Oh it's the Blur bassist! *clicked on article*

    That's why he named it after new order.