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post #16 of 445
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post
Taleggio is also a cheese I think I could eat every day.

+1

I'm pretty happy with fontina, taleggio and real parmesan
post #17 of 445
Butt cheese
post #18 of 445
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Originally Posted by Bhowie View Post
Butt cheese

I believe you mean Fromunda Cheese.
post #19 of 445
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Originally Posted by Cary Grant View Post
I'm pretty happy with fontina, taleggio and real parmesan
Fontina only makes sense to me melted or used for cooking.
post #20 of 445
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post
That's really really tough...

I think I love a good Roquefort or a ripe St Marcellin above all cheeses (maybe), but at the same time I can't imagine eating only Roquefort if I had to pick one.

I think I would go for Comté or Beaufort.

Taleggio is also a cheese I think I could eat every day.

These are in my fridge right now.
post #21 of 445
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These are in my fridge right now.

Melt them together in a pot to make the ONECHEESE.
post #22 of 445
Taleggio is one of my favorites, we buy and eat a whole lot of it.

Last weekend we got a big chunk of Stilton. Add some quality fig jam, walnuts, and some light toast and happy is inevitable.
post #23 of 445
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These are in my fridge right now.

We're fridge twins then
post #24 of 445
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These are in my fridge right now.

you don't have a cheese cellar? with an on-staff affineur?
post #25 of 445
If I wasn't lazy, I'd PS a pic of Frodo taking this cheese to Mordor
post #26 of 445
Fresh pecorino. The stuff from Umbria (not the aged "Romano").
post #27 of 445
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Originally Posted by iammatt View Post
If only we could get the real thing...
I tried it on your recommendation from an old thread. Too strong for me, i think. I couldn't imagine eating nothing but that. It's not bad in small quantities.
post #28 of 445
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you don't have a cheese cellar? with an on-staff affineur?
Me? I don't even know the right people...
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- B
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Me? I don't even know the right people...

hire Kwilk to be your cheese cutter
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