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View Poll Results: Your favourite cheese?
Cheddar [old and strong] and variants
34
39.53%
Edam
0
0%
Emmenthal
1
1.16%
Esrom
0
0%
Gorgonzola
7
8.14%
Brie
8
9.30%
Camembert
5
5.81%
Gouda
5
5.81%
Stilton
2
2.33%
Other, please specify...
24
27.91%
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Cheese

Old 09-04-02, 06:55 PM
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Hunter's cheese: Bleu cheese layered in sharp cheddar..... yum.
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Old 09-04-02, 07:01 PM
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Hey, who stole my cheese when I wasn't looking???:sleep:
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Old 09-05-02, 04:37 AM
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I don't know, but I can smell... it's freshly cut.

Hey, someone had to go there.
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Old 09-05-02, 05:16 AM
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Stilton, King of Cheeses.
Our Dutch and French friends are really surprised to find an English cheese that good.
Cheese is more than just a food, its an ecosystem.
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What about Coon ?

(I just said that to wind you up - it's good cheese though)

[Coon cheese is a cheddar that is matured at a higher and narrower temperature range to make it sharper tasting. Named after Albert Coon it was made in Australia by Kraft (now sold to a local company) - but for some strange reason it was never introduced into USA]
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Old 09-11-02, 10:34 AM
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Hey, how about apple cheese as in apple cheese danish from Tim Horton's? This is healthy food in 3 ways - apples are healthy, cheese is healthy and Danish people are healthy. How can you go wrong??
My other favourite is marble cheese on a microwaved bagel.
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Old 09-15-02, 07:29 PM
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I like Limburger on Triscuits. Everybody says the smell is bad, but it really isn't once you try it. Give it a try - you might like it.

It's similar in taste to Bree, but more salty, and stronger.

My dog likes it too.
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Old 09-27-02, 06:30 AM
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Has to be mature cheddar for non-blue and Roquefort for blue cheese. Agree about the cheddar and dreams thing though... .
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Old 09-27-02, 03:07 PM
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nobody's mentioned Asiago yet.

I'm so hungry right now....
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Old 09-27-02, 05:07 PM
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I like the stuff they put on White Castles' Sliders.
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Old 09-27-02, 05:20 PM
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Just good old cheddar for me Love it grated and grilled on toast with hot mustard
I made chedar cheese once when I was a student.Its bloody hard work. I developed arms like popeye. We had these huge great machettes to cut it and turn it over as the wey drains out.


The best bit on this farm was breakfast at7.30 am after you have been working for a couple of hours. Eat as much as you can eat
Boy was I stuffed when I went back to work
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Old 09-27-02, 06:43 PM
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I just got some really expensive Cheshire and
whoa, yuck. I'm pierced. Tasted like a bad Blue.
most definately going back to the shop with this one.
(uhm, its not supposed to taste like that, is it?)

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Old 10-01-02, 07:46 PM
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Pepper Jack!! Love it!
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I like to brown some butter and garlic, toss in some whole wheat angel hair pasta and smother with finely grated myzithra (dried, not the soft stuff) - it don't get much better than that.
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,ust be french cheeses, ive never heard of any of those cept for brie. i like AMERICAN cheese
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Sharp cheddar cheese for me.
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extra sharp provolone,
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stinky blue, the older the better, strong chedder with pickled onions
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Muenster with the orange rind.
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Parmigiano Reggiano, the real Italian stuff. Not the horrid American attempt.
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Roquefort, the original and only!
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I like many types of cheese, but usually have Stilton with cranberries or apricots from Wegmans on hand for evening snacks with a glass of wine. The apricot Stilton is amazing with chili-spiced pecans and a good Gewurztraminer. Also found a goat cheese with cranberries and cinnamon. It's great treat at first, but gets cloying pretty quick. As others have said, nice sharp cheddar with apple is always good. Speaking of Wegmans, they also make a great cheese bread in their bakery.

Has anyone tried the new Carrs rosemary crackers? They are sooo good. Must go. Hungry.
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Venezuelan Beaver Cheese.
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