By the way, I'm the one whom M3J is talking about in the quote in Blai's sig But I still really like cheese even though I'm allergic to it. It gives me rashes but I can live with them... For cheese! I like all sorts of cheese, though the really really strong blue cheeses are a no-no because of their smell and overwhelming taste
I love cheese on pizza and in omelettes, in particular :3
And I honestly can't imagine eating cheese with vegemite though Jam with cheese... Hmm, I'm not too sure but it might work.
I love raclette!! My parents got a cheap raclette machine (?) when they were in Europe at a sale, so we eat raclette pretty often It's lovely! It goes very well with sour stuff and over potatoes :3 Cheese fondue is another favorite.
Might have to cut down from now on though Ugh I hate being allergic to cheese
When I made the tour of the mont blanc last summer, there was fondue in all hotel available in switzerland. But in one, instead of the traditional cheese and bread, it was a mix of cheese beer and tomato sauce that you put on top of potatoes like for the raclette. It was extremely good too and less smelly than the usual one
Not really, it's a feeling like my body's telling me I just ate something I shouldn't have. Shortness of breath and a feeling of slowness of circulation. Yeah, I try not to eat that casserole very often.
If I would have to make a preference list I think it would look like this
1 : Comté or Gruyère, the crispy and taste of an old comté is quite the best ever
2 : St Nectaire it's creamy and tasty just enough so that you can't stop eating it once you start
3 : goat cheese, all goat cheese are good from the frish ones to the old dry ones. It's to hard to choose one
4 : St marcellin why don't they make it the size of a brie ?
5 : Vacherin and mont d'or I think the season has started, I have to buy some
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Re: Cheese, love or hate
Philadelphia, PA, is famous for hot sandwiches called Cheesesteak sandwiches. The grilled thinly sliced beef is served with grilled onions and cheese in a sub roll. I love them when made with provolone, but they sometimes come with cheese-wiz. I think cheese-wiz should not be called cheese: I think that the processed whatever is just so terrible... (I know... a lot of people like them...)