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Old 05-17-2012, 08:40 PM   #1
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I love the stuff. Mature cheddar on Welsh rarebit or brie, feta...
So much cheese too chose from.
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Old 05-17-2012, 08:58 PM   #2
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Brie, German Brie.....Just tastes better than the French,The English is about the same as the French..
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Old 05-17-2012, 09:13 PM   #3
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Aged Ossau-Iraty The king of cheeses its fragrance is reminiscent of toasted hazelnuts, and its taste encapsulates the sweet, buttery flavors that a great sheep's milk cheese can deliver. This cheese pairs nicely with many wines, especially Sauvignon Blancs
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EDAM, the cheese made backwards-think about it


Peel off the red rind, and carefully cut off the thinner rind and bingo-loverly cheese-smells a bit, but tastes devine
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That stuff they put on burgers is alright I suppose, but as a lactose intolerant vegan, what would I know
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There are so many wonderful cheeses it is difficult to choose just one. I remember the farmers cheese my grandfather used to make. It was basically a type of cream cheese and it was fantastic spread on a toasted baguette with some leftover roast and some pickled vegetables.

Then there is the king of cheese Roquefort (or should I call it Le Roi du Fromage?) which is fantastic with a glass of Old Vines Zinfandel or Trappist ale.

I guess that I could just settle for some Manchego which I have in the fridge right now. It makes a wonderful cheese, bacon, tomato and onion sandwich.
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So who's going to be the first person to mention knob cheese?
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The cheese shop sketch by Monty Python.
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