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((Some person who enjoys Cheddar)   What's your favorite kind of cheese (not safe for work)   ( divider line
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2004-06-05 02:20:52 PM  
Pittige Boerenkaas

/vote for me for liking an obscure Dutch cheese that doesn't make it out of Holland cos no-one can pronounce it correctly!
2004-06-05 02:21:11 PM  
Favorite cheese? Curds. Mmm, squeaky cheese. Nothing better.

For the uninitiated, cheese curds are nothing like cottage cheese, they're the lumps of fresh cheese that would get pressed into a cheese round/block/etc to make the cheese you buy at the grocery store. They're sooooo good. When they're fresh they squeak when you eat them. Hard to find outside of midwestern dairy states tho.
2004-06-05 02:23:18 PM  
Good choice Norbert and Dagget. One of my family memebers cant eat dairy, so she eats sheep feta. I like Cheddar and Colby.
2004-06-05 02:25:16 PM  
No one yet has mentioned feta.
2004-06-05 02:25:20 PM  
powdered white trash macaroni cheese
2004-06-05 02:26:54 PM  
i personally enjoy Gubment Cheese. But they get cheap with it sometimes.

yeah. that's right.
2004-06-05 02:31:32 PM  
Smoked sheep cheese.

/sorry if said before
2004-06-05 02:33:14 PM  
Smoked sheep cheese

/sorry if said before/now with voting goodness
mods please delete previous post
2004-06-05 02:37:02 PM  
2004-06-05 02:43:45 PM  
super sharp cheddar and swiss are good together

however....gorgonzola and feta cheeses are nasty
2004-06-05 02:44:56 PM  

Parmesan Reggiano

yes, a very good cheese. I love it.
2004-06-05 02:52:47 PM  
Lithuanian "pressed cheese"

It's basically dry curd cottage cheese, riccota, salt, pepper, and some caroway pressed together.
2004-06-05 02:54:40 PM  
Pepper Jack, mainly from smaller brands, not the Kraft stuff.
2004-06-05 03:06:30 PM  
Five Counties cheese. Five layers of cheesey heaven.
fresh feta
2004-06-05 03:11:32 PM  
Everyone knows that the best cheeze is Gouda 86.
2004-06-05 03:16:00 PM  
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2004-06-05 03:33:51 PM  
Mmm...Limburger. Nothing better than cheese that smells like feet!
2004-06-05 04:16:11 PM  
Port Wine Wispride
Ultra Sharp Cheddar
2004-06-05 04:16:22 PM  
navydude -

I don't think "shaving cheese" counts :)
2004-06-05 04:24:23 PM  
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/I keed! I keed!
2004-06-05 04:32:08 PM  
This thread actually made me go to the fridge and grab a block of cheddar, which I am now eating. I would rather be eating camembert. Come to think of it I like variety, like at a restaraunt, when you can order a cheese platter. That's the stuff.

Not a big fan of the stuff with the ash in it (morbiere?) and limburger;but aside from those two you can bring on the slabs of lactate material and keep 'em coming.

(cheese worshipper)
2004-06-05 04:32:27 PM  

Have to say it, seeing as I live here. "Boerenkaas" (farmers cheese) is the best, way better than mass-produced factory rubbish.

Oh yeah, the older the better.

/a vote for me is a vote for "Goudse oude kaas"
2004-06-05 04:39:01 PM  
Fresh Mozzarella (hard to find, comes in a tub of water) marinated with basil, rosemary, olive oil and balsamic, seved on herbed crostini with sundried tomatos and a nice red wine.
2004-06-05 04:43:25 PM  
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2004-06-05 04:44:54 PM  
No Catchy Nickname

Okay, dickcheese has been taken, so I will go for The Cheese With No Name!
It's French, red on the outside, white on the inside, conical in shape, and kicks like a mule.
Problem is, I only know one restaurant (La Grillade, Leeds, West Yorkshire) that has it.

Where's La Grillade?

/lived in Leeds for 4 years
2004-06-05 04:56:01 PM  
To anyone saying "kraft" "velveeta" or "darylea":

You really need to get out more.
2004-06-05 04:57:44 PM  

/too many beers
2004-06-05 04:58:52 PM  
Fromunder cheese
2004-06-05 05:07:09 PM  
Cheddar, mild or sharp and Dick of course
2004-06-05 05:19:24 PM  
havarti w/herbs mmmmmmmmm
2004-06-05 05:24:25 PM  
2004-06-05 05:27:10 PM  
Fromunda cheese. Cheese fromunda your balls.
2004-06-05 05:30:04 PM  
Queijo Sao Jorge from the Azore Islands of Portugal. Mmmmm... Crusty bread with a slice of this baby, some grilled chourico (hot Portuguese sausage) and some ice cold Vinho Verde. Sit outside under a grapevine trellis and enjoy sweet heaven!
2004-06-05 05:45:18 PM  
One time, during Caribana in Toronto, I was at a sandwich shop and the girl in front of me (from the US) asked if they had American Cheese.
The shop-keep had no idea what the girl was talking about, so he showed her all the cheeses they had (they didn't have processed cheese). She was so pissed off - she started yelling at the shop-keep...

There is no accounting for some tastes
2004-06-05 05:45:57 PM  
2004-06-05 05:51:34 PM  
fresh squeaky cheese curds from the cheese shop in Nelson, WI

or the string cheese
2004-06-05 05:52:40 PM  

Smoked mozzerella on pizza ROCKS.

But I'm a sucker for Boursin aux fines herbes, but the shiat is like $7.99/5.5oz.
2004-06-05 05:58:38 PM  
My parents just brought some manchego back from Spain and it's good stuff.

Other favourites include stilton (Made in and around my town) camembert, port salut, edam and roquefort.
2004-06-05 06:15:15 PM  
Meunster and or provalone.

/cannot spell.
2004-06-05 06:17:58 PM  
Aged manchego
2004-06-05 06:24:38 PM  
wow... I scrolled to 2004-06-05 11:49:18 AM before I saw the first Provolone post.

Provi fricken rules. Nice warmed Provi and pastrami on sour dough.... hmmmmmmm
2004-06-05 07:26:23 PM  
Havarti, plain or dilled
2004-06-05 07:36:56 PM  

La Grillade
0.2 miles from Leeds (West Yorkshire)
33 East Parade, Leeds, LS1 5PS
2004-06-05 07:40:21 PM  
There used to be a cheese, widely available, called Liederkranz. When it got smelly, trust me, the cat wouldn't eat it, but a bite washed down by a nice Riesling made you forget everything else you'd ever eaten. In a good way, that is. Haven't seen this cheese for years.
2004-06-05 08:32:11 PM  
Fontina makes the best grilled-cheese sammiches ever. I'm also a big fan of Cheez Wiz, so long as it's also accompanied by sliced steak, onions, and an Amoroso roll. Yum.

/Pat's > Gino's
2004-06-05 09:29:24 PM  
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2004-06-05 09:53:59 PM  
McCadam's Adirondack/New York Extra Classic Sharp Cheddar Cheese
2004-06-05 10:00:38 PM  
Oaxaca. Asiago is great, too.

Then there's plain old queso blanco...with a ham and avocado sammich. Mmmmm....
2004-06-05 10:29:51 PM  
Provel of course, but I haven't seen it outside of Missouri. Or anything with peppers in it. Mmmmm spicy cheese.
2004-06-05 10:37:16 PM  
Cheese, I love it all, yum. I usually have at least 6 types of cheese in the fridge for my cooking and sandwich needs. I'm lucky to have a shop near me that has about 6-8 meters of pure cheese goodness.

Edam, Emmental and cream cheese on bread. Brie and white cheese that has garlic and herbs in it on crackers. Feta cheese with pastas and salads... Roommate loves blue cheese. Some soft spreadable cheeses are great for soups and sauses.

Oh and I agree with who ever said it, American "cheese" is like plastic. :X
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