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One cheese to rule them all

Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by Don Carlos, Jul 14, 2010.

  1. Don Carlos

    Don Carlos Well-Known Member

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    God wants you to enjoy all kinds of cheeses. It makes him sad when you only pick one.
     
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    B is foo's sock puppet! The truth is finally out!
     
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    AB is foo's sock puppet! The truth is finally out!

    /mindblown

    I could soooo see this.

    As to the "one" cheese. Nope, can't pick just one.
     
  6. Don Carlos

    Don Carlos Well-Known Member

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    I've already ordered 12 identical wheels of mimolette custom made for me. My only regret is that the do not match the #8 of my shoezes.
     
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    Époisses
    If only we could get the real thing...
     
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    God wants you to enjoy all kinds of cheeses. It makes him sad when you only pick one.

    Almost correct... it doesn't make him sad, it makes him mad. This is why 2012 is going to happen.
     
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    If only we could get the real thing...

    You need to find some cheese smugglers.

    I'm angry more people are buying up Ami du Chambertin so it's harder to find at my usual cheese stops.
     
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    If only we could get the real thing...

    Know the right people, eat the real thing
     
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    I'm angry more people are buying up Ami du Chambertin so it's harder to find at my usual cheese stops.
    In the long run, shouldn't this encourage manufacturers to make more?

    And, er, if Mimolette is the one to rule them all, is there a different cheese to, in the darkness, bind them? Is that like a sticky Roquefort?
     
  12. sho'nuff

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    pepper jack cheese.
     
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    Mmmmmmmmmmm, cheese product. Would fit right in with the microwave thread.
     
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    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 ComtÃ[​IMG] or Beaufort.

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

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

    +1

    I'm pretty happy with fontina, taleggio and real parmesan
     
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    Butt cheese

    I believe you mean Fromunda Cheese. [​IMG]
     
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    I'm pretty happy with fontina, taleggio and real parmesan
    Fontina only makes sense to me melted or used for cooking.
     
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    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 ComtÃ[​IMG] or Beaufort.

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


    These are in my fridge right now.
     

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