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834 clicks; posted to Food » on 22 Feb 2021 at 3:35 PM (6 days ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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6 days ago  
No whey!
 
6 days ago  
I'm a brieliever.
 
6 days ago  
Don't feel sheepish reaching for that manchego

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Fry, his eyes narrowed
 
6 days ago  
"This is How-Da news"....   [quizzical dog picture]
 
6 days ago  
Emmental-ary my dear Watson
 
6 days ago  
Qui a coupez la fromage?
 
6 days ago  
You should have known cheddar.
 
6 days ago  
Blessed are the cheesemakers
 
6 days ago  
For they shall inhibit their girth
 
6 days ago  
I don't know...eating too much cheese can lead to a havarti-tack.
 
6 days ago  
That's a relief, I'm very fondue cheese
 
6 days ago  
Cheese you pull Fromunda your toenails?

/honk
 
6 days ago  
Im havarti a tough time I grew up on the Muensters
 
6 days ago  
Been getting this excellent port wine cambanzolla joint that cracks with some tzaitziki Triscuits and a Grenache Syrah blend. Thank me later.
 
6 days ago  
People who keep trying to turn us against cheese are just spinning their wheels.
 
6 days ago  
Feta cheese is freaking awesome. You might say it's the GOAT cheese.
 
5 days ago  
Don't bring me down. This thread is giving me the bleus.
 
5 days ago  
Edam is made backwards.
 
5 days ago  
cyberspacedout

Feta cheese is freaking awesome. You might say it's the GOAT cheese.

Is there a feta worse than death?

Praise cheeses!

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We're Dunn here.
 
5 days ago  
My fave: Brillat-Savarin. Mmm... Goes with anything or nothing at all.
 
5 days ago  
instead of a pun, I shall instead steal from one of the GPT-3 AI-created xmas carols about Rudolph:

He could roar like a lion.
He could fly, gliding with ease.
His little rusty wheel, he would use
to help create the most wonderful wheel of cheese.
 
5 days ago  

mekkab: "This is How-Da news"....   [quizzical dog picture]


Came to ask the same thing. I guess subby thinks the G in Gouda is the same as in GIF.
 
5 days ago  
Its pronounced "gif"
 
5 days ago  
Queso what now?
 
5 days ago  

Swiss Colony: mekkab: "This is How-Da news"....   [quizzical dog picture]

Came to ask the same thing. I guess subby thinks the G in Gouda is the same as in GIF.


It is in most places
 
5 days ago  

johnny_vegas: Swiss Colony: mekkab: "This is How-Da news"....   [quizzical dog picture]

Came to ask the same thing. I guess subby thinks the G in Gouda is the same as in GIF.

It is in most places


not in it's native language, it isn't.
 
5 days ago  

Swiss Colony: mekkab: "This is How-Da news"....   [quizzical dog picture]

Came to ask the same thing. I guess subby thinks the G in Gouda is the same as in GIF.


Well by that logic you'd need to pronounce most all cheese à la French (or with an Italian "r" in parmigiano)...

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/good luck with that
 
5 days ago  

Social Justice Warlock: Swiss Colony: mekkab: "This is How-Da news"....   [quizzical dog picture]

Came to ask the same thing. I guess subby thinks the G in Gouda is the same as in GIF.

Well by that logic you'd need to pronounce most all cheese à la French (or with an Italian "r" in parmigiano)...

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/good luck with that


Most people do. Do you say Camembertor Camemberh? Motsarela or mozzarell?

Also I take issue with the British pronunciation. Those that know say howder, those that don't say gowder not gawder. Source, when I was a student (school not uni) I worked on the cheese counter in Waitrose (supermarket).
 
5 days ago  

mekkab: johnny_vegas: Swiss Colony: mekkab: "This is How-Da news"....   [quizzical dog picture]

Came to ask the same thing. I guess subby thinks the G in Gouda is the same as in GIF.

It is in most places

not in it's native language, it isn't.


The Netherlands isn't most places.
 
5 days ago  
Difficulty: does not apply in the U.S., where "eating cheese" means "consuming 4 pounds of melted Velveeta in a casserole".
 
5 days ago  

Ambitwistor: Difficulty: does not apply in the U.S., where "eating cheese" means "consuming 4 pounds of melted Velveeta in a casserole".


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5 days ago  

Swiss Colony: Social Justice Warlock: Swiss Colony: mekkab: "This is How-Da news"....   [quizzical dog picture]

Came to ask the same thing. I guess subby thinks the G in Gouda is the same as in GIF.

Well by that logic you'd need to pronounce most all cheese à la French (or with an Italian "r" in parmigiano)...

[Fark user image image 425x425]

/good luck with that

Most people do. Do you say Camembertor Camemberh? Motsarela or mozzarell?

Also I take issue with the British pronunciation. Those that know say howder, those that don't say gowder not gawder. Source, when I was a student (school not uni) I worked on the cheese counter in Waitrose (supermarket).


I do, but then again I'm french speaking so...and I've never heard french people pronounce Gouda cheese as HOW-da.

Do you call goat cheese "chèvre"?
Also cheese curds... why was it translated?
 
5 days ago  

Social Justice Warlock: Swiss Colony: Social Justice Warlock: Swiss Colony: mekkab: "This is How-Da news"....   [quizzical dog picture]

Came to ask the same thing. I guess subby thinks the G in Gouda is the same as in GIF.

Well by that logic you'd need to pronounce most all cheese à la French (or with an Italian "r" in parmigiano)...

[Fark user image image 425x425]

/good luck with that

Most people do. Do you say Camembertor Camemberh? Motsarela or mozzarell?

Also I take issue with the British pronunciation. Those that know say howder, those that don't say gowder not gawder. Source, when I was a student (school not uni) I worked on the cheese counter in Waitrose (supermarket).

I do, but then again I'm french speaking so...and I've never heard french people pronounce Gouda cheese as HOW-da.

Do you call goat cheese "chèvre"?
Also cheese curds... why was it translated?


The French are insular xenephobs so of course they won't pronounce anything in way that isn't how French would read it. I'm surprised they acknowledge Gouda at all.

I don't call goats cheese chèvre no, I call it queso de cabrá as the goats cheese I eat I buy locally. If I were to buy French goats cheese I probably would call it chèvre.
 
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