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

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  1. bobski

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    smoked gouda.
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    wv hillbilly Well-Known Member

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    i havn't tasted a cheese yet that i didn't like
    ever try chocolate cheese?
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    mjp28 Well-Known Member

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    I've eaten a lot of cheeses but choclate cheese? New one on me, what's the deal with that?
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    redwing carson Former Guest

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    I love cheese dream about cheese. My last check up very high levels of LDL cholestrol. Well hell that stopped the high cheese diet.:(
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    Don't turn down a good Stilton. Sure, it's a bit pricey, and it does have a distinct aroma, some folks say it stinks, but what a great nutty flavor! Dublin Chedder is also a favorite, and in a pinch, I'll even down American cheese on a cracker, with a good full flavored beer, preferably German (after all, I lived in Berlin for 6 or so years) but Shiner brews an acceptable potable...
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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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    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
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    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. :)
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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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