Re: The Cheese Thread

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Re: The Cheese Thread

Postby Smeghead » 08 Apr 2013, 02:03

never thought I would see the day when someone held a cheese slicer menacingly
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Re: The Cheese Thread

Postby Amake » 08 Apr 2013, 02:09

Only in comic books, man. Only in comic books.
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Re: The Cheese Thread

Postby Ptangmatik » 08 Apr 2013, 02:56

Oh man, I've only ever found one cheese slicer that actually worked. My parents got it as part of a wedding present of swedish cutlery. Every slicer I've ever bought leaves the cheese bumpy, but this one slicer does it perfectly every time.
honestly, this really annoys me. If I ever get access to a 3D metal printer, I'm getting a bajillion copies of this slicer
It's incredibly annoying. As a kid, I was able to slice cheese perfectly. I grew up assuming these things worked in the 'real' world
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Re: The Cheese Thread

Postby Efhan » 08 Apr 2013, 04:01

Amake wrote:Image
I like mild cheese.

That is all.

Oh, you want to know what the strange man is shouting about? He says: "This contempt for plain, mild cheese! This contempt for weakness!"

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Re: The Cheese Thread

Postby DSmaster21 » 08 Apr 2013, 04:54

My family never wants to be adventurous with cheese. I managed to get them to by a block of cheese instead of string but they bought the same type of cheese (colby jack) as the the string. So I am at home expecting that we will get a good block of cheese for once. I had to eat all the cheese that night to satisfy my hunger for good cheese. You really should not eat a whole block of cheese all at once. This is also why you don't get a person Kraft cheese.
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Re: The Cheese Thread

Postby Geoff_B » 08 Apr 2013, 04:57

Speaking of Kraft cheese apparently the best thing you can ever put in a kid's lunchbox, in terms of anticipation, excitement and sheer joy is a dairylea triangle.

I suspect this to be a lie in reality.
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Re: The Cheese Thread

Postby Gap Filler » 08 Apr 2013, 08:35

Enjoying a rather nice Stilton with porter last night.
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Re: The Cheese Thread

Postby Lord Chrusher » 11 Apr 2013, 04:35

I have been snacking on Havarti a fair bit in the last little while.
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Re: The Cheese Thread

Postby ex-Lurker » 11 Apr 2013, 08:55

Monterey Jack lately for me, my favourite cheese is probably mozzerella or swiss though.
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Re: The Cheese Thread

Postby tamaness » 11 Apr 2013, 14:45

Goat's milk cheddar is interesting.... I'm not sure I like it; it tastes like hard, sharp chèvre, each of which I absolutely love on their own, but they're not really great combined.

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