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You're killing me here!
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my girlfriend bought me more Stawley for Valentine's Day inlove.gif
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(okay, she also bought it for herself)
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Three recent Italian additions.

Formagella di Montagna


Salva Cremasco


Pecorino "Signor G" - a very young/soft pecorino
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pecorino is awful
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That's like saying wine is awful or "i don't like goat cheese". Way too many styles, types and ranges of flavor to cast a net so broad.

Do you like Manchego?
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Not to any great degree, no.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by edinatlanta View Post

pecorino is awful

Have you ever had Cacio e Pepe?
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pecorino is great
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your mom is great.
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Real talk CG: every time I see your photos I want to reach through the screen and eat em all up.
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Red Rock, Garrotxa, Westcombe Cheddar (Wisconsin-Spain-England)


Pecorino La Pecora Nera (Tuscany)


Pecorino Sardo (Sardinia)


Tenerone (Piedmont)
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Wish your place was near me. I'd been in there all the time.
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