This forum needs a cheese thread

Philpug

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I do love cheese. Been enjoying a wheel of Brie over the past couple of days.
 

Tony S

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Neal's Yard Dairy Stilton. To die for. Over and over and over. Now who has some Fonseca 1970?
 

James

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Got any recs for soft smelly cheese?
I like Mont d'Or from Switzerland.
 
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Tony S

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Got any recs for soft snelly cheese?
I like Mont d'Or from Switzerland.
No. I had my authentic muenster incident when I was seventeen, in Austria. Don't care to repeat.

Go there, take pics that we can't smell, and report back. Bring some Stöcklis and some Chignin or whatever alpine wine you can score.
 

LKLA

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I like you despite your knowledge of financial stuff.

I'll bring a bottle of Silver Oak and some Jasper Hill cheeses for you at the next NE gathering. At a minimum some PBR and beef jerky ogsmile
 
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Clearly New England^
Any excuse to burn wood and pretend it's better.

Actually, I'm going to Timberline, WV. They do a great coal fired raclette paired with a Sodastream and their fine local water.
 

LKLA

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Clearly New England^
Any excuse to burn wood and pretend it's better.

Actually, I'm going to Timberline, WV. They do a great coal fired raclette paired with a Sodastream and their fine local water.
True!

Almost as bad as putting maple syrup on everything :)
 

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