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The Cheese Thread

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  1. Hostile

    Hostile Tacos are a good investment Zone Supporter

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    As far as I concerned you're not a world power until they name a cheese after you.

    Cheese makes everything better. I am sure most of you will agree. Do you eat cheese by itself and if so what is your favorite?

    What is your favorite way of having cheese to add flavor and which cheese?



    Yes, on occasion I do eat cheese by itself. Occasionally mozzarella sticks, but I prefer swiss cheese. It breaks the rule for this question but swiss cheese and Ritz crackers rock. But Ritz makes everything better.

    I love nachos. I make them with cheddar, mozzarella, and have even used muenster. Muenster cheese is so good and on nachos it is just delicious.


    I also want to ask if any of you have tried Limburger and did you like it? I have never even seen Limburger cheese. I have heard it is really pungent, but delicious. I would try it.
  2. tomson75

    tomson75 Brain Dead Shill

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    Cheese, outside of steak, is pretty much my favorite food. I honestly can't recall a single variety of cheese I don't like.

    My favorite cheese is Cabot Vermont Cheddar. Make mac n' cheese with sweet buttercream, cabot vermont cheddar, and panko bread crumbs.....I dare you to tell me you've had better. I haven't.

    .....is there anything better than the cheese that's fallen off of the side of whatever you're cooking, only to get slightly burned of browned?
  3. justbob

    justbob The Peacemaker Staff Member

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    Can't beat a very sharp cheddar- with any kind of pepper--
    Provolone on a flour tortilla with a hatch roasted green chilie

    Munster or baby swiss on sandwichs
  4. Yeagermeister

    Yeagermeister Active Member

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    Shredded cheese on spaghetti, chili, and salads

    Sliced (American or Pepper Jack) on sandwiches....fried bologna is not complete without it :D

    Rotel cheese dip

    Mac and cheese
  5. daschoo

    daschoo Slanje Va

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    any of the french cheeses, the smellier the better. also blue cheeses or austrian smoked. your basic cheddars and i also love baked feta cheese with lamb and olives. pretty much any cheese at all is worth eating.
    toast one side of a slice of bread. get some grated cheese, chopped onion and chopped cooked bacon and mix with some hot sauce then pour onto the untoasted side and put under the grill until the cheese is melted. i'm not convinced theres a better snack out there.
  6. jubal

    jubal Active Member

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    1.Colby Monteray jack
    2. Mozzarella
    This about all we buy anymore.
    Last night Mama Sue made pizza and made the mistake of using motzzarella on it instead of Colby and it was like chewing a ball of bubble gum.
    I too like my natchos and prefer them during the games,and any cheeze will do.
  7. jubal

    jubal Active Member

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    Well Daschoo you convinced me, we do eat cheese toast but the way you make yours convinced me I'm missing out I wrote it down,thanks alot.
  8. theogt

    theogt Surrealist Zone Supporter

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    Manchego.

    I can eat a pound in one sitting.
  9. justbob

    justbob The Peacemaker Staff Member

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    Shredded Sharp cheddar --pour it in a skilet
    and melt it down until it is light brown --mix it with a chopped up hatch green chilie --eat it on anything
  10. VietCowboy

    VietCowboy Be Realistic. Demand the Impossible.

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    I loveeeeeee brie!

    Okay, also my favorite is Mexican Restaraunt white queso. They have a really good one at Sam's Club with JalapeƱos in them.

    I also love Mozzarella with bruschetta.

    And of course, who doesn't love risotto???????????????????? Justin makes Lemon Risotto, Mushroom Risotto, and Sweet Corn risotto that is to die for, and it is all due to the creaminess of the (Parmesan) cheese :p
  11. rkell87

    rkell87 Well-Known Member

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    the only cheese i eat by itself is kraft American. my GF is Greek and she will eat kasseri all day long. she also puts Parmesan on everything
  12. visionary

    visionary Well-Known Member

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    Brie

    nuff said
  13. locked&loaded

    locked&loaded its redskin season

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    I love cheese. Lately my favorites have been muenster and swiss. something that is really good is taking a slice of cheese and spreading peanut butter on it and just eating that plain
  14. 63echo

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    No love for Havarti?

    I can eat it by itself, but pair up some Havarti on those Cracked Pepper/Olive Oil Triscuits and a decent chardonnay and you're rocking and rolling.
  15. arglebargle

    arglebargle Well-Known Member

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    My fave would probably be Jarlsberg. Though there are lots of varietys of Scandinavian swiss cheese. Used to really like Finnish Turunama, but it didn't seem to ship well. No brie please.

    Bread. Cheese. Good enough for me. Though French Onion Soup is another fine way to imbibe one's daily cheese requirement.

    No cheese thread should go without a shout out to 'Wallace and Gromit', the animated series. The main character, Wallace, is a cheese conssieur. In the short, 'A Close Shave' Wallace meets the perfect girl -- except that she doesn't like cheese. When he learns this, he asks, 'Not even Wensleydale??' Turns out, the company that produces Wensleydale was within months of closing, and the publicity from Wallace and Gromit lead to tremedous orders, and floated the company. So these guys saved a cheese!

    Wensleydale is a Yorkshire cheese, and is often found in a mix with fruits. It is actually pretty tasty.
  16. Duane

    Duane Active Member

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    I like Fontina with a good loaf of bread. Simple and oh so good.
  17. TheCowboy

    TheCowboy The Teen

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    I like Cheese Steaks.
  18. Hostile

    Hostile Tacos are a good investment Zone Supporter

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    I have never even heard of this cheese.
  19. Signals

    Signals Suspicious looking stranger

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    I know this will sound like I am the average predictable American Joe, but...

    1. Swiss
    2. Medium Cheddar
    3. Mozzarella

    ...are my favorites in that order .
  20. theogt

    theogt Surrealist Zone Supporter

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    Seriously? You must run out to the grocery store and get some this evening. It's Spanish cheese made from sheep's milk. While it's relatively popular in the US, I was turned onto it by a friend of mine whose family is from Spain. They eat it all the time.

    I get a quarter wheel of manchego and some freshly carved prosciutto and just go to town. Maybe some olives or grapes too.

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