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Tracym Dec 13th 2007 12:19 am

Cheese
 
So, even though I am supposedly a cook, I do get lazy...

On my own, decided a glass of wine, crackers, bit of fruit, and a lovely cheese assortment sounded like an easy dinner.

Favourites lying around today were:

French Brie
Wisconsin Cheddar (in this case the curds)
Danish Havarti
Smoked Gouda

and a nice new addition...

English White Stilton with Apricots (Trader Joe's btw)

What are some of your favourites?

Britinsac Dec 13th 2007 12:28 am

Re: Cheese
 

Originally Posted by Tracym (Post 5662386)
So, even though I am supposedly a cook, I do get lazy...

On my own, decided a glass of wine, crackers, bit of fruit, and a lovely cheese assortment sounded like an easy dinner.

Favourites lying around today were:

French Brie
Wisconsin Cheddar (in this case the curds)
Danish Havarti
Smoked Gouda

and a nice new addition...

English White Stilton with Apricots (Trader Joe's btw)

What are some of your favourites?

Dubliner Irish Cheddar from Costco - wonderful!

lisag8070 Dec 13th 2007 12:54 am

Re: Cheese
 

Originally Posted by Britinsac (Post 5662413)
Dubliner Irish Cheddar from Costco - wonderful!

Cheshire or lancashire....

and I've just found some today in Harris Teeters...I'm a happy girl now...Its a different colour but tastes the same)...:cool:

Jerseygirl Dec 13th 2007 12:58 am

Re: Cheese
 

Originally Posted by lisag8070 (Post 5662463)
Cheshire or lancashire....

and I've just found some today in Harris Teeters...I'm a happy girl now...Its a different colour but tastes the same)...:cool:

Agreed nice white, creamy, crumbly Cheshire or Lancashire. IMHO you can only get the real deal in the said counties.

DollyLlama Dec 13th 2007 1:00 am

Re: Cheese
 

Originally Posted by Jerseygirl (Post 5662470)
Agreed nice white, creamy, crumbly Cheshire or Lancashire. IMHO you can only get the real deal in the said counties.

Love crumbly Cheshire cheese, also like Stilton, Danish Blue and strong (sharp) cheddars.

lisag8070 Dec 13th 2007 1:00 am

Re: Cheese
 

Originally Posted by Jerseygirl (Post 5662470)
Agreed nice white, creamy, crumbly Cheshire or Lancashire. IMHO you can only get the real deal in the said counties.

I know...but beggers can't be choosers...I'll take what I can get...:)

Poppy girl Dec 13th 2007 1:03 am

Re: Cheese
 
Bake Brie or Camerbert on a french stick and dip it into cranberry sauce :)

BritGuyTN Dec 13th 2007 1:03 am

Re: Cheese
 
vermont sharp cheddar

Bluegrass Lass Dec 13th 2007 1:05 am

Re: Cheese
 

Originally Posted by Tracym (Post 5662386)

English White Stilton with Apricots (Trader Joe's btw)

What are some of your favourites?

Love the Stilton with cranberries and the Pineapple and Ginger. hmmm, yum

Another fave of mine is Manchego (from Spain).

Jerseygirl Dec 13th 2007 1:06 am

Re: Cheese
 

Originally Posted by DollyLlama (Post 5662473)
Love crumbly Cheshire cheese, also like Stilton, Danish Blue and strong (sharp) cheddars.

I like those too...they would be my next choice. :thumbsup:

elfman Dec 13th 2007 1:10 am

Re: Cheese
 
West Country Farmhouse Cheddar
Cathedral City
Smoked Applewood

Sugarmooma Dec 13th 2007 1:23 am

Re: Cheese
 

Originally Posted by DollyLlama (Post 5662473)
Love crumbly Cheshire cheese, also like Stilton, Danish Blue and strong (sharp) cheddars.


Cracking cheese, Grommit:thumbsup:

ugacrew Dec 13th 2007 2:43 am

Re: Cheese
 
I love pepper jack, feta, maytag blue cheese, baby swiss, creamy swiss, and cheddar.

Titchski Dec 13th 2007 3:08 am

Re: Cheese
 
This stuff gets my vote everytime!


Mallory Dec 13th 2007 4:16 am

Re: Cheese
 
I heard that RedLippie is particularly partial to that cheese in the box, Velveeta!


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