Any cheese lovers out there? Chunk cheese, cooking or on a dish what do you like?

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  1. LyleLovett666

    LyleLovett666 Former Guest

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    The only cheese I don't love or even care for is brie.Anything else is fair game. Especially love any one of the moldy/foot smelling cheeses.
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    mjp28 Well-Known Member

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    Last night I was thinking....."geezz do I wish I had some colby or brick or pepperjack or any cheese to snack on with some sliced pepperoni or hard salami". <getting the cheese munchies>

    Well the wife was just sitting there, said nothing.

    I figured I'd just go frig raiding anyhow.

    Then I saw a pile of stuff in the meat keeper, colbyjack, pepperjack, a little brick left and a bag of sliced pepperoni plus crackers, OH YEAH.

    Sometimes the simple things in life are pretty darn good.:)

    And "Thanks sweetie". :eek:
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  4. Insulation Tim

    Insulation Tim Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    I love/like about any cheese but have yet to try Limburgher.
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    ya i luv chez
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    cheap cheese made wonderful by me , no smirking ok !

    take a 3-4mm thick fillet off a live blue tuna wipe it through
    a sauce made of
    2 tspoons fish sauce
    2 soy
    juice 1 whole lemon
    1/3 tspoon cracked peper and allow to sit for 15 mins for everything to blend

    unlevened rye roll split , butter if you wish

    slice of jarlsberg cheese over the fish on the roll and hit with gas torch to get cheese bubbling and to cook the fish , when cheese is bubbling , eat

    amazing eh
  7. mjp28

    mjp28 Well-Known Member

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    Oh yeah the gas torch gives it that amazing touch alright.

    I do like cheese and tuna but it generally starts with a can opener, I do like tuna filets though.

    I also like tuna in oil (or water if the wife is watching our diets), I like to chop up onion, mix with tuna and a little mayo, lightly toast up some jewish rye, pumpernickel even white bread, a little mayo, put the tuna on open face style and then melt some cheese on the stove on a hot grill with a lid over.....or a quickie no fuss microwave to melt the cheese. Optional a few splashes of your favorite hot sauce.

    Now types, well almost anything goes! Swiss, Wisconsin brick, colby, whatever.

    Some green onions on the side, OH YEAH, quickie meal. :)
  8. woolleyworm

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    Huge cheese fan, favorite cows milk are Muenster, sharp cheddar and pepper jack. Love goats milk cheeses too, Feta is a given, but for a real treat try some Humboldt Fog. Hard to find, but absolutely TASTY !!
    Most any cheese except for those that over-power the sinuses; just too many other tasty options out there to deal with foul smelling cheese even if it "tastes good".
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    For years we used to get this Amish Tomato & Garlic Yogurt cheese from this little country market, a light white cheese it was fantastic -but- sadly that place closed.

    Well a new bigger place opened closer to us with much more selection including an Amish Tomato & Garlic cheese (not yogurt?) it's a bit thicker but still really good. Plus some salami, pepperoni and other stuff, those Amish really have some good stuff, people wait in lines for their donuts, only opened 4 days a week but good!
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    Cheddar. Cheddar cheese. Chunks, mostly. With crackers, or bread, or whatever.
    I probably eat at least 25 pounds a year. Maybe 50.
    And my cholesterol is ok.
    dc
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    Just had some watchin my Wings lose...

    Now for my 5 cheese smoked Mac n Cheese....

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    I went to a place called Fogo De Chio (sp) , a Brazillian steakhouse.
    on the salad bar was a 20" wheel of solid Parmesan Cheese and also fresh string Mozzeralla Cheese.
    I thought I was in heaven. I love cheese. I grind my own Parmesan from chunk form and I love all types of cheddar cheeses.
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    Two bites will have you going back for more. Thick slice of onion ( preferably red ) lots of grainy mustard, rye bread and a cold beer. Top of the world.
    I'd advise not smelling it much before the first bite.
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    You want some good cheese, try some of the Cougar Gold. The longer you leave it in the sealed can, the better it gets.

    http://cougarcheese.wsu.edu/
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    OH I found the label, sometimes when I get something new, good or unusual I'll save the label, HEIN'S SUN DRIED TOMATO & GARLIC CHEESE $6.49/lb.. One thing about most good cheese, not real cheap.
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    Provolon cheese??Good stuff.....more of a St. Louis thing though((I think??). Kinda like pork STEAKS, Not to be confused with port chops. Toasted Ravioli? another St. Louis thing but it has been getting around, Just not sure how far??LOL
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    :)
    Have you tried toasting this on a George Forman or something simaliar? Hmmm Hmmmmf ????
    Sorry, part of my message didn't show ??????
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    Heade to fridge to find cheese and pepperoni. Thanks for making me hungry!
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