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    No offense taken hun...you can always say what you feel!! Is it possible though that maybe you're not visiting the right places for the best cheeses?




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    Well we were in Wisconsin and the cheeses on offer were supposed to be very good but, maybe I'm just being picky.

    Got to love a good Roquefort or Port Salut , Well matured Stilton hmmm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skywatcher, post: 112908
    Well we were in Wisconsin and the cheeses on offer were supposed to be very good but, maybe I'm just being picky.

    Got to love a good Roquefort or Port Salut , Well matured Stilton hmmm
    A couple of my favourite cheeses there Chris.We love roule too.

    I must admit i have had to read this thread twice as i thought it said wedding 'show' and wondered my on earth you had to take your own refreshments!

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    I'm not up on all these gourmet cheeses . Some cheddars, swiss and monterary jack with jalapenos . I've had goat cheese and I lkiked that .

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    I really don't like Wisconsin cheese. :( I don't know what they do to those poor cows there. Not a fan of Vermont cheese either, nor Maytag Bleu.

    The only NY cheese I like is cheese curd... weird but fun. (Herkimer Cheese anyone)?

    We spend a small fortune on imported cheeses for just that very reason...no really nice ones here. Yet. :D :D






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    Could live on cheese ,but olives yuck.
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    very mature cheddar, very mature french brie, goats cheese, stilton, that holey cheese -can't remember what it's called. I like french unpasteurised cheese- don't ask me what it's called i just tried it liked it and bought it lol

    i like it with grapes and/or caramelised onion chutney and crackers














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