Favourite cheese

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  • FWB 12 Nov 2003 15:40:04 42,075 posts
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    I love them all, but I think, if I had to choose, stilton just grabs the title for me.
  • Alastair 12 Nov 2003 15:43:23 15,007 posts
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    Stilton, on digestive biscuits, with a nice port.
    Cheese Heaven

    :o)

    Not as nice as I used to be

  • Lutz 12 Nov 2003 15:45:19 48,854 posts
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    Toss up between:
    Stilton
    SUPER DUPER EXTRA MEGA Strong Cheddar, the sort that rips out your throat for daring to touch it.
    Smoked Applewood.

    With sweetmeal hovis thingies.

    Edited by Lutz at 15:46:44 12-11-2003
  • Rankin 12 Nov 2003 15:45:33 2,930 posts
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    Gruyere.
  • mal 12 Nov 2003 15:46:35 22,020 posts
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    Wensleydale that's two weeks past its use-by date.

    /hides from otto.

    Cubby didn't know how to turn off sigs!

  • DevilsKebab 12 Nov 2003 15:47:41 642 posts
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    Bavarian Smoked, greatest cheese there ever was.
    Especially with small pieced of ham in it.
  • commander dixon 12 Nov 2003 15:53:41 879 posts
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    camenbert, on a fresh baguette ...
  • FWB 12 Nov 2003 16:01:46 42,075 posts
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    Arhh... camenbert. Lovely stuff. But there's this French cheese (forget the name), its a bit like camenbert but it has an orange "shell" (if I can use that term), stinks to high heaven and its really gooey. Mmmmm. The only problem with those cheeses is that they're not very good for melting, so you can't use them to top up your pizza.

    Edited by FWB at 16:04:07 12-11-2003
  • commander dixon 12 Nov 2003 16:04:21 879 posts
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    FWB wrote:
    Arhh... camenbert. Lovely stuff. But there's this French cheese (forget the name), its a bit like camenbert but it has an orange "shell" (if I can use that term), sticks to high heaven and its really gooey. Mmmmm. The only problem with those cheeses is that they're not very good for melting, so you can't use them to top up your pizza.

    maybe pont l'eveque ? (this one is sqaure, orange , camenbert type)
  • commander dixon 12 Nov 2003 16:07:13 879 posts
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    Slurpy J wrote:
    commander dixon wrote:
    FWB wrote:
    Arhh... camenbert. Lovely stuff. But there's this French cheese (forget the name), its a bit like camenbert but it has an orange "shell" (if I can use that term), sticks to high heaven and its really gooey. Mmmmm. The only problem with those cheeses is that they're not very good for melting, so you can't use them to top up your pizza.

    maybe pont l'eveque ? (this one is sqaure, orange , camenbert type)

    But can I just say I think you;re referring to Port Salut.. which is lovely... or Chaume... which is smelly, but lovely...
    *sorry but chaumes or port salut are mid cooked cheeses, camenbert and pont l'eveque are crude cheeses ;)
  • FWB 12 Nov 2003 16:09:19 42,075 posts
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    I buy it in Tesco, if that helps. Its round and comes in a wooden container. Damn expensive too.
  • Dirtbox 12 Nov 2003 16:12:24 76,375 posts
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    Alastair wrote:
    Stilton, on digestive biscuits, with a nice port.
    Cheese Heaven

    :o)
    Chocolate for men.

    +1 / Like / Tweet this post

  • bungalooBunny 12 Nov 2003 16:12:56 10 posts
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    Are you all mad? Cambozola with Cheddar absolutely ROCKS!
  • Lutz 12 Nov 2003 16:14:07 48,854 posts
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    Time of the month for you Otto?

    ;)

    Cheese and Wine (Red, heavy, deep) is chocolate for men, yes.
  • pjmaybe 12 Nov 2003 16:16:38 70,676 posts
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    I'm so glad no-one wrote either "knob" or "toe"

    Me, a nice slice of dairylea - that way you can almost guarantee that it's not the congealed mammary fluids of a cow.

    Oh and you know those sausages you like? Arse, beaks and guts wrapped in lip-skin.

    Oh and eggs? Chickens periods!


    Eye Thankyew!

    Peej
  • Alastair 12 Nov 2003 16:24:11 15,007 posts
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    Dirtbox wrote:
    Alastair wrote:
    Stilton, on digestive biscuits, with a nice port.
    Cheese Heaven

    :o)
    Chocolate for men.

    True, in fact I'm developing something of a craving and may need to pop into Tesco on the way home.
    MMMMMmmmmmmmm
    :o)

    Not as nice as I used to be

  • FWB 12 Nov 2003 17:11:23 42,075 posts
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    I was unsure of the spelling so I took it from the Frenchman. Be ashamed, dixon, be very ashamed.

    I have rice cakes. Apple and cinnamon. Lurvely.
  • commander dixon 12 Nov 2003 17:43:11 879 posts
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    /blushes/
  • Spin_Dr_Wolf 12 Nov 2003 18:44:49 6,170 posts
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    Kraft cheese slices obviously a culinary delight ! ;-)
  • Killerbee 12 Nov 2003 18:45:20 5,016 posts
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    Some of the more unusual cheeses are, imho, some of the most interesting.

    There's one called Mexicana which has peppers and chilli blended into it - it r0X0r5!

    Smoked Applewood Cheddar is another personal fave - the best of the smoked cheeses imho.
  • bainbrge 12 Nov 2003 18:48:56 1,687 posts
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    Arhh... camenbert. Lovely stuff. But there's this French cheese (forget the name), its a bit like camenbert but it has an orange "shell" (if I can use that term), stinks to high heaven and its really gooey

    AAAAAAARRRGGGGHHHHHHH!

    I was at a buffet/lunch thing in Holland, and i picked up some of that. It took me a good five minutes to realise it was the cheese that stank and not a backed up drain/pile of dead rats/rotting man flesh.

    I still can't believe how bad it was. It contaminated my fingers for a good 24 hours too.
  • mal 12 Nov 2003 19:34:28 22,020 posts
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    That applewood cheddar stuff is annoyingly good in that it'll take you a good five minutes to realise that you're eating a mild cheddar, not your usual blow-your-head-off fall-apart-if-you-look-at-it mature cheddar.

    Cubby didn't know how to turn off sigs!

  • catterz 12 Nov 2003 19:40:31 8,763 posts
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    Brie! On hovis biscuits! HHhhhmmmmm!!!!

    Still stalking this place, old-school style (UID: 1053)

  • Ranger 12 Nov 2003 22:19:37 933 posts
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    I'm starving after reading this post.

    /goes to kitchen for a cheese + cracker feast.

    I Will leave the red until the weekend
  • Bunda 30 Dec 2005 22:43:21 5,241 posts
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    I love Parmesan and/or Smoked Gouda.
    Smoked Extra Extra Sharp Cheddar is really good too.
    Anything smoked with a nutty flavour, I guess would draw me in.
  • DMJ 30 Dec 2005 22:56:40 614 posts
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    You're all insane. Dutch Edam is clearly the Greatest Cheese of All Time Ever.

    :D
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