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Favourite cheese?

What's your favourite? I am currently into dolcelatteVery Happy

Posted at 4th Mar 2012 - 02:55PM   Posted by Faith   Favourite cheese? Comments: 18

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Fennie's Avatar One favourite? It's as bad as desert island discs.

Posted by: Fennie on 4th Mar 2012 at 03:02PM

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Camilla's Avatar Yes I adore cheese, love all of them apart from brie, my favourite...... stilton with apricots.Smile

Posted by: Camilla on 4th Mar 2012 at 03:44PM

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Lily's Avatar Only one? That's a toughie. Currently a camembert called Le Rustique - on special offer at the local Co-Op. Also partial to a wensleydale with mango + ginger.

Posted by: Lily on 4th Mar 2012 at 03:56PM

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Arosebyanyothername's Avatar Manchego (sp?) if only one. But Stilton with apricots is very nice too.

Posted by: Arosebyanyothername on 4th Mar 2012 at 04:16PM

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Fennie's Avatar As Rosie knows, the local cheese at the Mill, made there since Asterix roamed the hills, comes in great truckles the size of flywheels and is called (with great originality for it would be like calling a cheese 'Norfolk') Cantal. You can get old Cantal and young Cantal and, for dithery old folk who can't make up their minds, 'Entre les Deux' meaning between the two.

Cantal is really most excellent. With a bottle of red wine, a loaf of proper bread and a hunk of Cantal, you can easily find yourself in paradise.

Posted by: Fennie on 4th Mar 2012 at 07:00PM

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Jaynebeth's Avatar Chocolate philadelphia

Posted by: Jaynebeth on 4th Mar 2012 at 07:03PM

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Fennie's Avatar PS I hate any cheese with bits in - raisins, apricots, walnuts or any other contamination. The only exception I'll make is Boursin with garlic and herbs but then as that is not a proper cheese it doesn't really count. Mould (as in blue cheeses) doesn't count as contamination either. I love blue creamy St Agur, for instance.

Posted by: Fennie on 4th Mar 2012 at 07:04PM

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Toady's Avatar Got to be Stilton - blue. White stilton with apricots is n a s t y
Rolling Eyes
Melted camembert is lovely with crusty bread and I do like ST Augur too. When we lived in France you could buy a spreadable St Augur - lovely

Posted by: Toady on 4th Mar 2012 at 07:36PM

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Ivy's Avatar "mould " is the most vile "contamination" as you would put it Fennie. Hate blue cheese. If I could only take one cheese to a lonely island it would be a Parmegiano Reggiano . Most versatile and it keeps for ages.
Otherwise my favourite is Coeur de Paille at the moment.

Posted by: Ivy on 4th Mar 2012 at 07:38PM

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Mountainear's Avatar Something goaty? Or sheepy? Prefer soft to hard. None of that on the cheeseboard? A bit of Rebluchon would be nice.

I'm with Fennie re cheese with bits in it. No thanks.

Posted by: Mountainear on 4th Mar 2012 at 08:54PM

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Withy Brook's Avatar Any stilton other than the original from Rutland is an abomination.
A really ripe - but not over ripe - stilton is hard to beat.
I really cannot tell you what my favourite is - I like lots of them.
From whence cometh chocolate philadelphia, Jaynebeth?

Posted by: Withy Brook on 4th Mar 2012 at 10:07PM

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Blackbird's Avatar I saw a commercial for chocolate cream cheese but haven't tried it yet. Is it good Jaynebeth? We have loads of flavored cream cheeses here- smoked salmon, strawberry and even pumpkin last fall- all yummy.

I love cheese and almost anything other than the really stinky ones is welcome on my plate.

Posted by: Blackbird on 5th Mar 2012 at 04:30AM

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Fairy Nuff's Avatar Where on earth do you get chocolate philly? Yumm.
Like good old gouda for everyday but quite partial to a nice herby goats cheese too.

Posted by: Fairy Nuff on 5th Mar 2012 at 11:58AM

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Jaynebeth's Avatar Well - let me tell you Chocolate philly is the future!

Asda sell it in tubs or minis - the choccy bit is courtesy of that nice Cadbury chap.

Tried it with fruit - yum, tried it on salty ritz crackers - yum yum, tried it straight off of the spoon - really yum.

Posted by: Jaynebeth on 5th Mar 2012 at 03:17PM

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Jaynebeth's Avatar ... and they do a 'light' version!

Posted by: Jaynebeth on 5th Mar 2012 at 03:18PM

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Westerwitch's Avatar Love cheese with fruit and stuff in and mature cheddar toasted with marmalade and onion also love smoked cheese . . . but on the Dukan diet at the moment . . .

Posted by: Westerwitch on 5th Mar 2012 at 08:12PM

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Fairy Nuff's Avatar Aha...first problem, find an asda in tesco town!

Posted by: Fairy Nuff on 6th Mar 2012 at 10:30AM

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Well I am not really a Cheese eater but am becoming a cheese maker with milk leftover from house cow. This is in preparation for school visits later this year.
Today made 2 Caerphilly type farmhouse handmade cheeses. Now made 4 so far.
First one will be ready to taste next week.
Will report.
Plus made ricotta from all the whey.

Xx

Posted by: Arcadian advocate on 6th Mar 2012 at 10:34PM

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