Do you like cheese?

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  1. SteveGon

    SteveGon Executive Producer

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    I figured the esteemed Mr. Kissinger would have started a thread on this topic (it's an in-joke), but what the heck, I'll do it for him. Personally, I love it! Cheddar is my favorite. So, do ya like the stuff or not?
    Cheese, Gromit! [​IMG]
     
  2. Matthew Chmiel

    Matthew Chmiel Cinematographer

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    I love cheese. I love American cheese, I love cheddar cheese, I love mozzarella cheese, I love swiss cheese... hell, I even love cheese whiz. [​IMG]
     
  3. Sean Conklin

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    Count me in as a cheese lover(all kinds). Just don't eat too much, cheese in excess can lead to buttplug syndrome[​IMG]
     
  4. Jon_B

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    Man, what a cheesy thread. [​IMG] I like cheese in small amounts. I can't just eat cheese though. Only as a topping.
    Jon
     
  5. Tim Maynard

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    Count me as one who likes cheese. Any kind will do... except ones that reek to high heaven. [​IMG]
     
  6. JohanK

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    I enjoy Swiss, Gouda and Leyden. Mozzarella and cheddar are good too.
     
  7. Kurt B

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    I love cheese, really I do....

    An Extra Sharp Cheddar, Gouda, Swiss, Feta, or Mozzarella are amongst my faves. I am after all, from the dairy state.
     
  8. Howard Williams

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    New Years resolution #2: No more cheese

    So far, so good.

    My favorites were Sharp Cheddar and Feta.
     
  9. Artur Meinild

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    Very much indeed, and I like most kinds as well.
     
  10. Richard Travale

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    I love cheese as well but like Howard, I am going to "try" to give it up or at least cut down.
     
  11. Bruce Hedtke

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    Mmmm...breaded Mozzeralla sticks. Cheese curds, string cheese, sharp cheddar....it's all good.

    Bruce
     
  12. Scott Weinberg

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    Customer: Aah, how about Cheddar?
    Wenslydale: Well, we don't get much call for it around here, sir.
    Customer: Not much ca--It's the single most popular cheese in the world!
    Wenslydale: Not 'round here, sir.
    Customer: and what IS the most popular cheese 'round hyah?
    Wenslydale: 'Illchester, sir.
    Customer: IS it.
    Wenslydale: Oh, yes, it's staggeringly popular in this manor, squire.
    Customer: Is it.
    Wenslydale: It's our number one best seller, sir!
    Customer: I see. Uuh...'Illchester, eh?
    Wenslydale: Right, sir.
    Customer: All right. Okay. 'Have you got any?' he asked, expecting the answer 'no'.
    Wenslydale: I'll have a look, sir... nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnno.
    Customer: It's not much of a cheese shop, is it?
    [​IMG][​IMG]
    I love cheese!
     
  13. Ron Eastman

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  14. NickSo

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    I love cheese too, but none of that Processed Cheese Crap they have in those slices or in Fast-food cheese burgers, or cheese whiz... they just taste gross and dont taste like real cheese at all! Why do they do it anyways?
    I love cheese plain, or on anything, if its melted, EVEN BETTER!!! [​IMG] BUt the real problem i have with cheese, is they rot real easily, since i dont eat it often.
    Anybody know how to prevent cheese-rottage in the fridge?
     
  15. Sean Conklin

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  16. Kevin Leonard

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    Only when it's on top of pizza.
     
  17. Ben Motley

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    Ahhhh, good cheese, good, fresh baked bread, and good ale. And perhaps an apple or pear. Food of the gods I tell ya.
    My favorite cheeses for the above indulgence tend to be of the English varieties...
    -Shropshire Blue
    -Stilton
    -Derby
    (the ale would either be a strong, dark-ish English ale, or European dopplebock, or best of all, a Belgian Trappist ale.)
    But then I'm not so highbrow as not to enjoy a pizza overflowing with mozzerella, or some nachos flooded in cheddar and jack, or some pasta either topped with parmesan or filled with ricotta, or a greek salad bumbling with feta.
    Okay, now I'm hungry dangit!
    Get some... http://www.cheese.com/
     
  18. MikeGeary

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    My very favorite lately has been the cave-aged Gruyere that Whole Foods has been carrying.

    Extra sharp Cabot cheddar from Vermont is also excellent.

    Locatelli Romano and Reggiano Parmigiano grated on a Microplane coarse grater. Yeah! If you like grating cheese and you don't have a Microplane, you need one. It's not like any ordinary grater.

    Whatever cheese you like, enjoy it at room temperature. Not cold. And for most cheeses, not melted. (Compare the flavor of room-temperature Cabot with melted Cabot--there is so much more flavor before it's melted.) That cave-aged Gruyere stands up to melting surprisingly well, though.

    -Mike
     
  19. Liam S

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    Mmmm cheese. But I've never been a fan of cheddar. Mozzeralla, provelone, feta, muenster, freshly grated parmesan, and cottage cheese are all great. Might have missed some other good ones. I don't really like the pre-packaged American individual slices. It's much better if you get it freshly sliced at the deli.
     
  20. Neil Joseph

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    Yep, count me in.
     

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