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larryinlc
03-31-2011, 09:55 PM
I'll admit it, I'm a cheese fanatic. Not the packaged processed stuff in cello either. This is my current favorite. Havarti Cheese with Horseradish and Chive So much horseradish that it gets right up there in the nose where it belongs. And, the http://www.wisconsincheesemart.com/ is a great place to try all that Wisconsin has to offer. I'm not advertising. I use this place to get my cheese fix.:)

Larry

benedic08
03-31-2011, 10:12 PM
hmmm... Cheese... Im not really into cheese but there are two cheeses that drive me crazy.. Stilton Blue cheese and the Kerrygold Dubliner cheese! Omnomnomnom... :D

Chainsaw13
03-31-2011, 10:28 PM
Cheese is my kryptonite. I eat way too much of it. Some of my faves are Stitchelton Blue (raw milk blue in the style of Stilton), Zingermann's Lincoln Log (nice goat's milk) and of course true Parmasean.

BC-Axeman
03-31-2011, 10:35 PM
True Parmesan and really sharp cheddar cheeses sliced thin on crackers are my weakness. It's hard being a lactose intolerant cheese lover.

emopunker2004
03-31-2011, 10:41 PM
i love really sharp cheddar

Emjaysmash
03-31-2011, 10:42 PM
True Parmesan and really sharp cheddar cheeses sliced thin on crackers are my weakness. It's hard being a lactose intolerant cheese lover.

:tpd:

RevSmoke
03-31-2011, 10:45 PM
10 yr. old white cheddar. yummmmm.

Am enjoying some thinly sliced Asiago w/ a glass of Von Stiehl Lakeshore Fume - exquisite.

Brutus2600
03-31-2011, 10:58 PM
Love Chimay's cheese. Stinky, soft, nommy cheese that goes good with Belgian beers...those are my favorite.

CoreyD
03-31-2011, 11:32 PM
Ty for the post ,even though I can go to the super market and get it in wi, I see a place to help me do some cheese bombs..... they even freeze gel pack the cheese for warmer months. I got 2 packages going out in the next month may have to coordinate with this place to ship at same time.

chippewastud79
03-31-2011, 11:46 PM
Used to love stopping at this place in Kenosha : http://marscheese.com/. Big fan of their cheddar cheese curds.

I like me some spicy colby jack, blue cheese crumbles and Havarti dill :tu

Generalissimo
05-05-2011, 09:04 AM
10 yr. old white cheddar. yummmmm.

Am enjoying some thinly sliced Asiago w/ a glass of Von Stiehl Lakeshore Fume - exquisite.

Where do you get 10 y/o? I am very keen on the 7 y/o English Cheddar that I have been getting recently. I would love to try a 10.

mosesbotbol
05-05-2011, 09:45 AM
Yes, turophile over here! :tu

slickster81
05-06-2011, 09:34 AM
For me Gouda is my all time favorite cheese. Wish I lived in the land of The Tulip Twins!

However, I like a good, well aged, gorgonzola.....nice and soft, on some real Italian bread. Ant here is a cheese shop just off I-75 Pinconning exit that sometimes has a 12 year old cheddar that is simply to die for....a firm texture that melts in the mouth, and flavor that will not quit.

OLS
05-06-2011, 10:55 AM
Argh, last night I had one of my first bad cheese experiences. There is a place here in town I call El Supermercado,
because it's a HUGE store that carries everything latins want, and every kind of asian 'delight' as well.
Everything but American, lol. I was looking for butter the other day, not a stick. wtf? But I digress.
I have taken to buying big mailbox sized (paper box actually) blocks of "plain cheese". It is a white cross between
meunster and mozzerella, I guess. It's always great. I broke into a new block last night and it tasted like a salt lick.
It freaked me out it was so salty. I am not sure if it was a bad batch or what. I am apprehensive about taking it back
and trying to convince the owner he needs to give me a new 15 dollar block. He seems old school Viet. Not taken to
listening to gringo complaints. Usually this cheese is saltier than mozzerella but still very light and delicious. YIKES.
Not this block. Choked some down last night on some tostada melts.