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riosleftsock 11:42 Fri Mar 15
Cheese
Do you hate it or love it?

Is there a country that you think is the best for cheese?

What's your favourite cheese? Why?

Best cheese for cheese on toast?

Any unusual stories or experiences with cheese?

I'm probably torn between some of the french cheeses and the vastly superior cheddar.

WTF is Polish cheese?

Replies - Newest Posts First (Show In Chronological Order)

nychammer 10:11 Sat Mar 23
Re: Cheese
cant beat a pungent, matured cheddar

Swiss. 5:29 Sat Mar 23
Re: Cheese
Might have to did out me mums fondue set. Emmental and Gruierre and a splash hoc

Coffee 10:02 Sat Mar 23
Re: Cheese
Have it with a jug of iced water. Yum.

mashed in maryland 10:00 Sat Mar 23
Re: Cheese
Disagree, proper creamy and refreshing

Coffee 9:56 Sat Mar 23
Re: Cheese
But mashed, mozzarella has no taste unless it's melted on something. On its own it's the definition of blandness.

mashed in maryland 9:34 Sat Mar 23
Re: Cheese
Adore mozzerella. Could (and often have) just eat a ball of it with nothing else

Swiss cheeses are the best though

yngwies Cat 3:38 Sat Mar 23
Re: Cheese
Can't beat, an old fashioned Cheese on toast with a strong cheddar. Brown Sauce.

Sorted

riosleftsock 2:20 Sat Mar 23
Re: Cheese
Just tried the Comte I bought a week or so ago, absolutely delicious. Nutty, sweet and tangy at the same time.

I fucking love cheese!

Ron Greensward 2:01 Tue Mar 19
Re: Cheese
Aalborg. Nearest to Saga I have found. Might even be the same recipe as they took over the maker. But just like Danish Carlsberg is better than UK Carsberg the original cheese seems better to me.

Leonard Hatred 7:38 Tue Mar 19
Re: Cheese
GALTEE

Manuel 6:05 Tue Mar 19
Re: Cheese
Lato 9:24 Mon Mar 18

''Mature Cheddar Cheese.....cant get enough of it. You keep the other Cheeses!''


Yup!

Tomshardware 10:03 Mon Mar 18
Re: Cheese
Comte is a decent cheese.

Aalborg Hammer 9:32 Mon Mar 18
Re: Cheese
Castello spreadable Danish blue cheese..
Wonderful

Lato 9:24 Mon Mar 18
Re: Cheese
Mature Cheddar Cheese.....cant get enough of it. You keep the other Cheeses!

Noah 9:16 Mon Mar 18
Re: Cheese
Femmental
Shedam
Fillyadelphia
Organzola

Mmmmmmm

the exile 3:32 Sun Mar 17
Re: Cheese
Sorry, the extremely strong Spanish cheese that my phone autocorrected to Charles should have been Cabrales.

Coffee 7:42 Sun Mar 17
Re: Cheese
Come on, don't talk about that cheese spread stuff in the same sentence as real cheese. You wouldn't mention ginger ale in a post about real ale.

Sydney_Iron 7:34 Sun Mar 17
Re: Cheese
Australian cheese is surprisingly good, maybe not up their with the French but some good cheesemakers down here,

Don’t mind the laughing cow as well, in Vietnam they sell baquets on the street with it, a couple of those and a Vietnamese coffee was a good start to the day when i travelled that neck of the woods.

Takashi Miike 1:34 Sun Mar 17
Re: Cheese
laughing cow spread cheese, especially from a supermarket

mallard 1:23 Sun Mar 17
Re: Cheese
Always enjoyed a Dairylea triangle myself

BRANDED 1:14 Sun Mar 17
Re: Cheese
Buffalo Mozzarella on a rustic pizza
Feta in greek salad
Swiss alpine cheese heated with fresh baguette and local white wine. Raclette
Grilled goats cheese in Salade Chèvre Claude
Fondue
quesadilla
Tartiflette
Soufflé

The dishes are endless. The cheeses brilliant.

Just dont buy from a supermarket

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