How does a homeless family from a major American metropolis end up dumped in a region known for Camembert and Calvados?
Camembert cheese would reign supreme three nights in succession—not another order for the rest of the week.
Jake rose shyly, knocking a Camembert to the ground in his embarrassment.
A typical example of soft cheese is one of the French types, known as Camembert.
The other manipulations differ only in detail from Camembert.
How many rides awheel through the pleasant land of France have been the swifter for the Camembert and roll devoured by the way!
The lawyer, over the Camembert and Burgundy, began to excuse himself for his delay.
A bacterially-ripened series of cheeses parallels the mold-ripened group as typified by Camembert.
This form is made at the same thickness as Camembert and about 5¼ inches in diameter.
It is classed as a soft cheese although it is much firmer than Camembert.
type of soft, rich cheese, 1878, from name of village near Argentan, Normandy, where it originally was made. The place name is Medieval Latin Campus Maimberti "field of Maimbert" (a West Germanic personal name).