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UnsafeAlpine 03-02-10 03:27 PM

CHEEEEEEEEEeeeeeessssssseeeeeee!!!
 
<3 and I have been on a cheese kick as of late. Currently, we have Dubliner and Kilaree in the fridge.

What cheeses do you all like?

jsharr 03-02-10 03:27 PM

yes

Allen 03-02-10 03:30 PM

http://www.cowgirlcreamery.com/

The triple cream Mt. Tam--good god.

jsharr 03-02-10 03:38 PM

http://www.lattedadairy.com/

Just_Ryan 03-02-10 03:47 PM

It's not terribly fancy, but I'm not a fancy guy:
http://www.saltspringcheese.com/

It's nearby and you can buy the cheese in the supermarket or right at the farm, after watching it getting made.

gnome 03-02-10 03:49 PM

Stilton, aged Edam, Feta, aged cheddar, sheep and goats milk hard cheeses...

rumrunn6 03-02-10 03:59 PM

pepperjack but I use it sparingly and rarely

jsharr 03-02-10 04:02 PM

I like cheese but not bazouki


colorider 03-02-10 04:06 PM

Yes.

I made french onion soup this weekend. Toasted crouton w/melted gruyere on top. Yummmm

LesterOfPuppets 03-02-10 04:10 PM

I'm craving saganaki right now. Keflatouri (sp?) fried then flambeed with Ouzo and extinguished with fresh squeezed lemon.

bigbenaugust 03-02-10 04:11 PM

I love all cheeses.

colorider 03-02-10 04:14 PM

http://i205.photobucket.com/albums/b...mit_cheese.jpg..

AEO 03-02-10 04:35 PM

cheese and wine, don't forget the wine.

superdex 03-02-10 04:42 PM

reypenaer, yummmm

http://www.gourmet-food.com/dutch-ch...e-1000001.aspx

jsharr 03-02-10 04:43 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by AEO (Post 10472060)
cheese and wine, don't forget the wine.


but I don't likkkkkkkkkkkkeeeeeeeeeeee cheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeesssssssseeeeeeeeee. *stomps foot for emphasis*

how was that?

Tude 03-02-10 04:48 PM

LOVE CHEESE! Never liked it as a kid - ugh smelly stuff - so cheese to me at that time was Kraft presliced cheese. (btw - my Grandparents were from Germany and my Grandmother made my Grandfather Limberger sammiches all the time for work and, unfortunately as kids - we got the full ~~whiff~~ of that stuff which confirmed - NO CHEESE!!

But as I am older, I love cheese - love cheese shops (however some of them can get overpowering ...).

But now spectacular cheese in my fridge at the moment - just some colby-jack stuff that I will be using tomorrow to top a salad that I will be making later for work.

bigbenaugust 03-02-10 04:57 PM

I like Swiss a lot, and we had some Gruyere the other week that was awesome. I also dig smoked cheese, either Havarti or Cheddar. And I'm a little frustrated, my wife hit the Portuguese store in SJ for some cheese and it was great, but the label only read "Portuguese Style Cheese". So I have no idea what it was actually called.

UmneyDurak 03-02-10 05:10 PM

American Cheese! and anyone who doesn't like it or goes for all those OTHER cheeses is UnAmerican!!!!!!

For people without sense of humor that was a joke. I get a laugh every time I see that commercial.

Pamestique 03-02-10 05:35 PM

I am lactose intolerant :(

Not many cheeses I can eat without discomfort. I can eat aged cheddar which is my favorite so yum. I like a domestic brand - Tillamook Aged Cheddar.

jdon 03-02-10 05:44 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by UmneyDurak (Post 10472230)
American Cheese! and anyone who doesn't like it or goes for all those OTHER cheeses is UnAmerican!!!!!!

For people without sense of humor that was a joke. I get a laugh every time I see that commercial.

I was going to say "anything but american". I mean really, was is that stuff made of??

bigbenaugust 03-02-10 05:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jdon (Post 10472374)
I was going to say "anything but american". I mean really, was is that stuff made of??

Oil, water, and people.

jdon 03-02-10 05:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bigbenaugust (Post 10472400)
Oil, water, and people.

"Wisconsin people"? I was sure there was a little "hate" in it as well.

jdon 03-02-10 05:57 PM

Stilton and a good Lancashire are my favorites.

bigbenaugust 03-02-10 06:07 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jdon (Post 10472425)
"Wisconsin people"? I was sure there was a little "hate" in it as well.

the pinch of hate is what gives it its yellow color.

spry 03-02-10 06:15 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by gnome (Post 10471842)
Stilton, aged Edam, Feta, aged cheddar, sheep and goats milk hard cheeses...

Do you find that goat cheese a bit salty?Must be an acquired taste.


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