The King of Cheeses

gmloki

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With it being Christmas and that is enough of an excuse to consume copious ammounts of cheese. Who reigns supreme in your household ?

In the red corner we have the Stilton. In the Blue corner we have the extra mature cheddar. There really are no other contenders.
 

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Ash said:
With it being Christmas and that is enough of an excuse to consume copious ammounts of cheese. Who reigns supreme in your household ?

In the red corner we have the Stilton. In the Blue corner we have the extra mature cheddar. There really are no other contenders.



The wife has just bought some Wensleydale and cranberry for her ,, and some smoked edam for me :)
 

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Asda always do good cheeses. They are doing some rich fruit cheese atm, very nice.
 

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Brie - eaten by surrender monkeys everywhere.
 

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Couple that extra strong cheddar with an obscenely large glass of vintage port and you are talking Christmas afternoon.................. has to be cheddar :)
 

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Not sure if my post is welcome here but I hate all cheese :(
 

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xane said:
Brie - eaten by surrender monkeys everywhere.
only if it's good and doesn't bounce when you drop it. Vote - any cheese that goes splatt when it's dropped. plus any cheese that doesn't wander off on its own.
 

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xane said:
Brie - eaten by surrender monkeys everywhere.

what he said, edam (non-smoked) and leerdammer.

And cheddar of course. :D
 

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Some seriously hardcore cheddar!! mmmmmmmmmmmmmm cheddar </homer>
 

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Really strong cheddar and some smelly soft French stuff (can't spell the names what so ever)
 

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Cheddar, but none of yer nasty 'extra mature' stuff.

The ordinary boring stuff goes so much better in toasties, perhaps along with some Red Leicester.

I only ever eat cheese in toasties, because toasties > j00 :D
 

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Christmas cake and a nice strong cheddar. Classic :)
 

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[Wallace] Wendsleydale hmmmm [/Wallace]


I tried that cheese due to that program and I have to say I dont really like it...
I prefer blue cheese...
 

Munkey

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Babybell! Love the stuff.

And a good cheddar to boot too
 

bigbb

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A lovely Swiss Gruyere tickles my bucket.

With a few crackers and a glass of Jacobs Creek, I'm at ease with the world.

I have to say though, there's a lot to be said for a good, mature, West Country Cheddar.
 

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Mini Cheddar Snacks - ok maybe they don't qualify but they are yummy :clap:
 

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fatbusinessman said:
Cheddar, but none of yer nasty 'extra mature' stuff.

The ordinary boring stuff goes so much better in toasties, perhaps along with some Red Leicester.

I only ever eat cheese in toasties, because toasties > j00 :D
True, oh, so very true.

Why do you think Cheddar is so common?

Because it r0xx0rz y00r f00king s0xxorz, that's why.
 

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