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Some beds are also fitted with a handy sleep over truckle.
New products include Swaledale's Italiana cheese, Alvis Bros' organic versions of territorials, and Quicke's mini cheddar truckle.
But men don't miss out because cheese is every bit as delicious as chocolate, and Sainsbury's has created a delicious cheese truckle, flavoured with Boddingtons and pickle.
Selections include a mini port and stilton gift pack with two port glasses; 300g truckles in stilton and vintage cheddar varieties; blue pottery jars of stilton in three sizes; a presentation cheeseboard in two sizes plus a vintage mature cheddar truckle to mark the millennium.
We have just shipped out half a tonne of our Warwickshire Truckle and Derby to Belgium.
Launched in 2001, the creamy, crumbly, subtle cheese was last month awarded a gold medal and also the Best Welsh Cheese Trophy at the British Cheese Awa r d s Receiving the Soil Association award, Sue Jones, proprietor of Llanboidy Cheesemakers, said, ``This is great news and a credit to my cheesemaker Alice Wells and her assistant Colin Dalton who work hard to produce a cheese of consistently high quality - it is not only a pleasure to eat this cheese cut from the truckle, but when used for something so simple as cheese on toast it is sublime - as the cheese melts the aroma and texture is delicious.
To make the race more interesting the teams have to carry a truckle of Caerphilly cheese on a wooden stretcher.
About half a mile down the road there was another dairy farm that used to make amazing farmhouse cheddar, and you could knock on the parlour door, and eventually someone would come out and cut off a wedge from a huge truckle that sat on a wooden shelf in the corner of the room," he says.
About half a mile down the road there was another dairy farm that used to make amazing farmhouse cheddar and you could knock on the parlour door, and eventually someone would come out and cut off a wedge from a huge truckle that sat on a wooden shelf in the corner of the room," he said.
Down on the Wye, the local name was a truckle, and they were used extensively for salmon netting and angling until the early 20th century.
Based at Hawes, in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, The Wensleydale Creamery utilised it's expertise in producing waxed, shaped cheese truckles to create The Snowman" [Yorkshire Wensleydale cheese 90g] and Father ChristmasTM [Cheddar cheese 90g] truckles along with the addition of The Snowdog [Cheddar cheese 90g], to complement its popular miniature waxed Yorkshire Wensleydale cheese truckle range.