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(Business Insider)   "Sliced cheese is Satanic"   (businessinsider.com) divider line
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2019-04-08 09:46:55 PM  
When you pry the hot, drippy grilled cheese sammich from my cold, greasy hands.

/medium Cheddar
//not plastic American
///not slimy Velveeta
 
2019-04-08 10:22:30 PM  

felching pen: When you pry the hot, drippy grilled cheese sammich from my cold, greasy hands.

/medium Cheddar
//not plastic American
///not slimy Velveeta


THIIIIISSSS. But for me, it's "you can have my melty, delicious Tilamook cheddar when you pry it from my cold, greasy hands"
/PNW represent
 
2019-04-08 11:15:38 PM  
Maybe they meant "Sliced cheese product is Satanic"
 
2019-04-08 11:33:19 PM  

ElvisThroop: Maybe they meant "Sliced cheese product is Satanic"


That's fair.
 
2019-04-09 01:33:24 AM  

pxlboy: ElvisThroop: Maybe they meant "Sliced cheese product is Satanic"

That's fair.


Whether it's Satanic or not is not a good argument for not putting it on a sandwich.. We put anchovies on pizza, even though that's obviously demon inspired.

/i love the right cheese on a sandwich, from ham and Swiss, or smoked cheddar with roast beef, to poached chicken and Brie, and American really is the best for burgers
 
2019-04-09 03:01:48 AM  
One of my favorite watering holes has a drunken chicken -- chicken breast marinated in a tequila reposada and blackened, covered in Hatch green chiles, and a habanero jack cheese on focaccia.

This pretentious sandwich guy in London can suck a fat one.
 
2019-04-09 03:18:09 AM  

pxlboy: felching pen: When you pry the hot, drippy grilled cheese sammich from my cold, greasy hands.

/medium Cheddar
//not plastic American
///not slimy Velveeta

THIIIIISSSS. But for me, it's "you can have my melty, delicious Tilamook cheddar when you pry it from my cold, greasy hands"
/PNW represent


I had some grated Tillamook on my taco earlier tonight.

/a taco is a sandwich, right?
 
2019-04-09 07:17:38 AM  

MrBallou: pxlboy: ElvisThroop: Maybe they meant "Sliced cheese product is Satanic"

That's fair.

Whether it's Satanic or not is not a good argument for not putting it on a sandwich.. We put anchovies on pizza, even though that's obviously demon inspired.

/i love the right cheese on a sandwich, from ham and Swiss, or smoked cheddar with roast beef, to poached chicken and Brie, and American really is the best for burgers


Oh, I don't know.  I like cheddar and swiss on burgers, depending on mood.  American is the third choice down the list.  Way, *WAY* down the list is "pasteurized process cheese food".
 
2019-04-09 07:20:25 AM  
What if it's holy?

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2019-04-09 08:00:19 AM  

Snapper Carr: What if it's holy?

[weissmeats.com image 500x500]


See all those holes?  That's what's left when they remove the sodium from the cheese.

Swiss is an inherently low-sodium cheese, for those who need to know that sort of thing.
 
2019-04-09 08:06:22 AM  
We tried three of Max's sandwiches, all served in foccacia.

2. "This Is How We Spring Roll", made with pickled veg spring rolls, MSG and black bean mayo, kimchi and kraut, coriander, parsley, mint and fresh ginger.


I can't help but think this would be about a hundred times better on a banh mi bun rather than foccacia.  That just seems wrong.

As far as cheese goes, a simple muffaletta kicks the crap out of his gimmicky sandwiches with wacky names.
 
2019-04-09 08:18:15 AM  

ecmoRandomNumbers: One of my favorite watering holes has a drunken chicken -- chicken breast marinated in a tequila reposada and blackened, covered in Hatch green chiles, and a habanero jack cheese on focaccia.

This pretentious sandwich guy in London can suck a fat one.


My local dive makes one with cajun chicken, bacon, and mayo on a garlic parmesan roll. Simple, but appropriately named the 'best sandwich ever'.

And now I know what's for lunch.
 
2019-04-09 08:20:18 AM  

Rapmaster2000: We tried three of Max's sandwiches, all served in foccacia.

2. "This Is How We Spring Roll", made with pickled veg spring rolls, MSG and black bean mayo, kimchi and kraut, coriander, parsley, mint and fresh ginger.

I can't help but think this would be about a hundred times better on a banh mi bun rather than foccacia.  That just seems wrong.

As far as cheese goes, a simple muffaletta kicks the crap out of his gimmicky sandwiches with wacky names.


Great, and now I'm going to want a muffuletta all day! Thanks! ... NOT!!!

(Yes, I need more coffee this morning)
 
2019-04-09 08:26:36 AM  
Did they forget the rest of the article?
"We gave his inventions a try to decide whether we could live without cheese in our sandwiches. "
And????
 
2019-04-09 08:30:54 AM  
Sliced Satan is cheese-tastic, though.
 
2019-04-09 08:47:04 AM  
Well basically this guy is a idiot but hey, more cheese for the rest of us.
 
2019-04-09 09:37:50 AM  
Meatball (maranara style) sub with provolone is so good.

So is a meatball (maranara style) omlet with provolone.
 
2019-04-09 09:58:17 AM  
Jesus, can't we keep religious flame-wars in the politics tab?

/ High quality deli-sliced swiss is very pleasant
 
2019-04-09 10:04:49 AM  
Nah, the bloody Italians can slice cheese. A little sliced Provolone with some Capicolla and Genoa salami on a nice fresh roll. Dio Mio!

When I worked at the El Mocambo in Toronto I lived in the Italian hood. I'd come home around 4 am and the 24 hour bakery at the top of my street had the freshest bread, still warm. That was the sandwich. about 3 bucks back then.

I'll be in my bunk.
 
2019-04-09 10:26:53 AM  
Having watched more of the video...well, that's one way of representing what he said.

Seems like cheese is fine but it's too basic for him. Which is obnoxious in its own way, but still.
 
2019-04-09 10:31:11 AM  

felching pen: When you pry the hot, drippy grilled cheese sammich from my cold, greasy hands.

/medium Cheddar
//not plastic American
///not slimy Velveeta


You're not wrong, but a quick & dirty grilled cheese is about the only thing that Velveeta is good for if only
because it was designed to melt quickly and evenly.  Not high cuisine, certainly, but it does scratch the
itch in a very cost effective way.

I prefer mine with a few sweet gherkins. Soooo good.
 
2019-04-09 11:35:28 AM  
So were supposed to eat cheese like this?
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2019-04-09 11:50:27 AM  

felching pen: When you pry the hot, drippy grilled cheese sammich from my cold, greasy hands.

/medium Cheddar
//not plastic American
///not slimy Velveeta


Personally, I've had better luck w/ grated cheese than sliced cheese for grilled cheese sandwiches. Large holes, long/slow so you get longer threads of cheese, butter inside and out (while the mayo trick works for texture, it's, I dunno, "off" somehow), and if you're really fancy, finish the outside w/ Parmesan or equivalent (make sure it's as dry/aged as you can afford).
 
2019-04-09 12:59:45 PM  

Momzilla59: Did they forget the rest of the article?
"We gave his inventions a try to decide whether we could live without cheese in our sandwiches. "
And????


If the article ended there, presumably they died.
 
2019-04-09 01:59:25 PM  
3. "The Original Gangster", made with soy braised beef, sauerkraut, caraway, pickled onions, cassava chips and gravy mayo.

The creator of this abomination thinks sliced cheese is evil.  Go figure.

Also, gravy farkin' mayo?
 
2019-04-09 02:06:02 PM  

iron de havilland: Momzilla59: Did they forget the rest of the article?
"We gave his inventions a try to decide whether we could live without cheese in our sandwiches. "
And????

If the article ended there, presumably they died.


A long slow boring death, I would hope.
 
2019-04-09 03:11:46 PM  
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2019-04-09 08:56:24 PM  
Are you allowed to BYOC at least? Assuming they have tables....
 
2019-04-09 08:58:49 PM  

dittybopper: Snapper Carr: What if it's holy?

[weissmeats.com image 500x500]

See all those holes?  That's what's left when they remove the sodium from the cheese.

Swiss is an inherently low-sodium cheese, for those who need to know that sort of thing.


You posted this 12 hours ago, and I still can't decide whether it's something you believe, or a poor attempt at a joke.
 
2019-04-10 08:15:22 PM  

dittybopper: Snapper Carr: What if it's holy?

[weissmeats.com image 500x500]

See all those holes?  That's what's left when they remove the sodium from the cheese.

Swiss is an inherently low-sodium cheese, for those who need to know that sort of thing.


I do need to know that sort of thing, and I happen to prefer Swiss as my favorite cheese.  My taste buds and my desire to not be placed on blood pressure medication both thank you!

/apparently they freak out over 150/65 blood pressure now
 
2019-04-10 08:28:40 PM  

mrsleep: So were supposed to eat cheese like this?
[i.warosu.org image 600x400]


No no no.  You cut with splitting axe.


Cooking with splitting axe
Youtube xluGmpOanLs
 
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