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    Re: Cheese

    I have become addicted to this "Wisconsin Cheese" from Costco. I don't know what kind it is. Its a hard cheese like parmesan but its better.


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    Re: Cheese

    Melt Bar and Grilled |

    I am really glad that they opened one up in the far eastern suburbs. Gives me motivation to run more. Lots of different grilled cheese sandwiches and lots of beer.


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    Re: Cheese

    I'm old enough, and of the proper socioeconomic background to remember my parents buying something (from Dahl's on 35th street in Des Moines) that was in a white, Velveta-shaped box that simply said "CHEESE" in black letters. They only bought it once. Ditto the white cans of "BEER." My dad took another second job when it came to that...



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    Re: Cheese

    Got a fondue set for our wedding a few years ago. Found a killer cheese fondue. Mozzarella, provolone, and gruyere cheese along with garlic, some white wine, and pesto. Pan fry some chicken breast, bake some homemade bread and some vegetable and you have quite the meal!



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    Re: Cheese

    Quote Originally Posted by JP4CY View Post
    Any muenster shout outs yet? I'm seeing a lot of love for mozzarella but other than pizza/Italian sandwiches I don't really care for it as much as cheddar, colby, havarti.

    I love muenster!

    Don't think I've ever had havarti, going to have to try it now.


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    Re: Cheese

    The Fairway in Ames used to (probably still have) a sliced smoked cheddar that you could get from their deli area - always loved that one.



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    Re: Cheese

    Quote Originally Posted by cowgirl836 View Post
    I love muenster!

    Don't think I've ever had havarti, going to have to try it now.
    Serve Havarti at room temperature.



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    Re: Cheese

    Rodney's kid brother?



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    Re: Cheese

    Quote Originally Posted by cowgirl836 View Post
    I love muenster!

    Don't think I've ever had havarti, going to have to try it now.
    I like havarti just with crackers and maybe some sausage. My parents always have cheese/cracker plates set out when we have family get togethers and whatnot. Havarti has become a staple on those platters



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    Re: Cheese

    Quote Originally Posted by bosco View Post
    Most of you all are communists. If it ain't American it ain't touching these lips. Love it or leave it you terrorists.
    Swiss should be okay too right? They're neutral.



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    Re: Cheese

    Quote Originally Posted by ExCyment View Post
    Swiss should be okay too right? They're neutral.
    Boo this!.

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    Re: Cheese

    Queso Fresco is a seriously underrated cheese. Next time you make Mexican food, try crumbling some on top in lieu of your normal shredded cheese. It's amazing. It's also really, really good on chili, provided that it's authentic, beanless chili, and not the disgusting, legume-y mess that some ignorant folks mistakenly call chili.


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    Re: Cheese

    Quote Originally Posted by kberyldial View Post
    Pretzels dipped in Kaukauna. I think my wife buys the port wine version. Killer.
    Love that stuff. . . hey, what ever happened to late '70's reserve DT Dave Cheesebough??? Guy loved his weed.



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    Re: Cheese

    Beemster aged cheddar is the best stand alone cheese, IMO.
    Tillamook horseradish white cheddar is a sandwich staple.
    Goat cheese on garlic bread, or on a cracker with smoked salmon
    Blue cheese and beef is a magical combo


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