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2014/10/30 00:00:41 (permalink)
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What's your favourite?
 
I have no time for soft cheeses due to getting food poisoning.
 
A nice tangy red leicester is where it's at for me.
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Re: Cheese 2014/10/30 00:15:12 (permalink)
Love most cheeses tbh but Comte is where it's at for me right now
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Re: Cheese 2014/10/30 06:17:47 (permalink)
Any mature cheddar. Big variations in taste but never found one i didnt like.







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Re: Cheese 2014/10/30 08:14:42 (permalink)
Mexican - got to love chilli cheese.

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Re: Cheese 2014/10/30 09:04:40 (permalink)
I'm a fan of washed rind cheeses. Proper smelly bad boys!

Stinking Bishop, Langres, Pont l'Èvêque, Epoisses de Bourgogne(this cheese is the worlds smelliest and was banned on the French underground-my wife was not impressed when it started to ripen on the table at Christmas lol)

My favourite blue is Gorgonzola.

Garlic studded baked Camembert is also fantastic

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Re: Cheese 2014/10/30 09:13:17 (permalink)
x2 on the RL, excellent choice makes the best Ham and Cheese toasties going :) 

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Re: Cheese 2014/10/30 10:29:31 (permalink)
Brie and french bread  nom nom nom
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Re: Cheese 2014/10/30 10:30:19 (permalink)
Brie, and most hard cheeses.
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Re: Cheese 2014/10/30 12:20:51 (permalink)
love most cheeses, i love xmas when every party has a chesseboard, mmmmmm
 
one of my faves is a wenslydale with cranberrys/apricots. nice!

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Re: Cheese 2014/10/30 15:41:46 (permalink)
Cheestring, Babybel and Laughing Cow.
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Re: Cheese 2014/10/30 15:55:23 (permalink)
No one has mentioned Primula cheese and chive yet ;-)

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Re: 2014/10/30 16:08:16 (permalink)
Varies. M&S glorious Glastonbury is lovely but you cant beat good old Irish cheddar. Not that I can have that anymore anyway with eating clean
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Re: 2014/10/30 16:15:57 (permalink)
Swaledale Blue,  a blue sheep's milk cheese from up north.
 
and Taleggio, mmmm
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Re: 2014/10/30 18:47:56 (permalink)
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Varies. M&S glorious Glastonbury is lovely but you cant beat good old Irish cheddar. Not that I can have that anymore anyway with eating clean



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Re: 2014/10/30 19:51:00 (permalink)
Lancashire
Best for eating uncooked.
Best for cheese on toast.
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Re: 2014/10/30 20:04:26 (permalink)
I still have light cream cheese and cottage cheese but hard cheeses are off the menu for now, but I do feel like having a cheat day and suddenly have a hankering for cheese on toast.
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Re: 2014/10/30 20:47:15 (permalink)☄ Helpfulby *animal* 2014/10/30 20:48:48
See the toast is far naughtier than the cheese.
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Re: 2014/10/30 20:52:49 (permalink)
But they go so well together
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Re: 2014/10/30 21:01:40 (permalink)
Yes they do, as discussed in this thread. http://www.muscletalk.co....on-toast-m5230812.aspx
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Re: 2014/10/30 21:23:54 (permalink)
Blessed are the cheese makers  love em all from posh washed rind, funky blues, goats milk, sheeps milk through to Dairylea.....especially love a Raclette...  

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