Red Leicester

noun see Leicester (sense 1).

English new terms dictionary. 2014.

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  • Red Leicester — cheese Der Red Leicester ist ein orange roter Käse aus England. Die Farbe erhält er wie der Cheddar durch den Zusatz des natürlichen Farbstoffs Annatto. Der Red Leicester wird als großer flacher, runder Käselaib aus Kuhmilch hergestellt und reift …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Red Leicester — A kind of hard cheese orig made in Leicestershire • • • Main Entry: ↑Leicester …   Useful english dictionary

  • Red Leicester — Red Leices|ter a type of orange coloured English cheese …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Red Leicester — noun A mild, firm English cheese, orange in colour, resembling cheddar …   Wiktionary

  • Leicester cheese — Leicester cheese, usually called Red Leicester, is an English cheese, made in a similar manner to cheddar cheese, although it is crumblier; it is coloured orange by adding annatto extract during manufacture. Its fairly mild flavour goes well with …   Wikipedia

  • Leicester rouge — Leicester Red Cheese Pays d’origine Grande Bretagne Région, ville Leicester Lait de vache …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Leicester Rouge — Leicester Red Cheese Pays d’origine Grande Bretagne Région, ville Leicester Lait de vache Pâte non cuite Appellation, depuis …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Leicester (Begriffsklärung) — Leicester [ˈlɛstə, ˈlɛstɚ] ist der Name der folgenden Orte: Leicester (England) Leicester (Massachusetts) Leicester (New York) Leicester (North Carolina) Leicester (Vermont) der Name der Insel Leicester Island, Teil des Atolls Palmerston der Name …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Leicester — [ lɛstə] noun 1》 (also Red Leicester) a kind of mild, firm orange cheese originally made in Leicestershire. 2》 (also Border Leicester) a sheep of a breed often crossed with other breeds to produce lambs for the meat industry …   English new terms dictionary

  • Leicester — noun /ˈlɛstə,ˈlɛstɚ/ A city in Leicestershire, England See Also: Leicestershire, Red Leicester …   Wiktionary

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