How to find out the name of a cheese


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How to find out the name of a cheese

gardencook | Jan 21, 2013 05:15 AM

May seem like a simple question, but it appears that it is not. I have been on the search to find out the name of a cheese that we ate each morning at our hotel breakfast in Munich a few weeks ago. I forgot to ask, then the hotel closed for the holidays for two weeks starting the day we left. Now they are not putting much priority on my query, so I'm on my own to find it. At this point , I'd just like to find out the name, but no electronic or library search has yielded any result. I'm wondering if any chowhound has a suggestion how I might go about finding this literally one in a million cheese. I figured it would be hard, but not this hard! I even have a picture of it. It was a semi-soft cheese, with a couple of ribbons of something sweetish through it (fig or honey or some such) and had walnuts along the rim... Perhaps some walnuts inside, too. How do I go about finding out its name? Thanks!

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