All things food and drink.
Which cheese do you want?
is that the 23rd street one?
I clicked on this thread expecting a comment about dick cheese and of course it’s the first fucking comment lmao
yeah give me some taleggio
Then your not a huge fan of cheese. Eating generic bree and cabot cheddar and stella gorganzolla doesn't make you a big fan of cheese.
You could also try living in a cultured place where good cheese isn’t ridiculously expensive.
It's overpriced, most of them should be around half that price.
>if you don't pay our extortionary rates you are not a huge fan of cheese.
I sincerely wish for a drunk driver to run you over.
The responses to this don't understand that decent cheese costs more money to make so they charge more. Simple as
i thought i liked cheese, but after seeing this pic, it made me realize i havent tried too many cheeses. ive tried all the popular and mainstream ones but brie is disgusting.
No you don't
what is a law cow?
Id want to sample all of them
the robiola di bosco one looks pretty soft so i pick that one
yeah ummm lemme get ummmm do you guys have laughing cow?
I live in a tiny hut but good cheese and bread is right around the corner so I win
Which cheese/cheeses should I use for my pizza anon?
use wet mozarella and parmigiano
use dry mozarella and parmesan
Its that easy, Anon
I prefer to eat raw onions instead of cheese
You can do both.
Is that a british creation?
Yes. You'll find them in most shops here, but they're also really easy to make at home. Just grate cheddar and red leicester, finely chop red onions and spring onions, then mix it all together with mayonnaise.
Huh. I knew about cheese and pickle sandwiches but not this. Sounds good, but I think Trader Joe's may be the only place I can get Red Leicester around here
anyone here know more about cheese? I only eat the popular ones. The ones in this pic, i have never even heard of. which of these are good and popular?
Visit a local cheese monger and tell them what you enjoy and they can make suggestions
Ploughman's lunch please with a cold ale and a glass of coke
>$30-40 per lbs
None of them
Any washed or bloomy rind so i can propagate the bacterial cultures for my own cheese making
I like goat cheese
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My disappointment is immeasureable, and my day is ruined.
roquefort was not in OP
as a proud american my choices are cheddar, mild cheddar, and sharp cheddar.
delice de bourgnon or however its spelled is the best bloomy rind cheese ever
I haven't tried all of those, some I have but can't remember what I thought of them. Taleggio is always good but boring as it's so common. I do really enjoy the Green Hill and the Red Hawk and pick those up when I see them which isn't often for the Red Hawk.
Definitely not walking away without that last wheel of Caseificio Dell Alta Langa Camembert. Never had it, but I'm such a slut for camembert and that one sounds amazing.
All of them.
A good cheddar from Cheddar that's had a few years to get properly scented. A good Tasty Lancashire. Or, even better, a mature Cheshire, but good luck finding one of those; I've not seen any for years.
Those cheeses all look very young so it's hard to find out how they'll turn out when ripe.
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