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liuzhou

liuzhou

16 minutes ago, CantCookStillTry said:

I will bite. Can you explain? I'm intrigued and a little scared by this. My brief google said it was inspired by the classic pairing of a piece of cheddar on a slice of apple pie - this is a new classic pairing for me. Is it a Canadian Tradition? Local? Looks delicious in any case! 

 

Not Canadian. Cheese and apple generally is a classic pairing. It dates back to Chaucer's time (died 1400) My very Scottish father (died 2008) ate apple pie with cheese all the time, so I did too. (Not dead yet.) It is believed that pie and cheese originated in Yorkshire, England and is often referred to as Yorkshire Pie.

liuzhou

liuzhou

8 minutes ago, CantCookStillTry said:

I will bite. Can you explain? I'm intrigued and a little scared by this. My brief google said it was inspired by the classic pairing of a piece of cheddar on a slice of apple pie - this is a new classic pairing for me. Is it a Canadian Tradition? Local? Looks delicious in any case! 

 

Not Canadian. Cheese and apple generally is a classic pairing. It dates back to Chaucer's time (died 1400) My very Scottish father (died 2008) ate apple pie with cheese all the time, so I did too. (Not dead yet.)

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