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Old 04-28-2017, 07:43 AM
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Default Just cut the Cheese and it was killer.

Just tried Sartori Reserve Cheese, Black Pepper BellaVitano from Pubix it is awesome.

Name some of your favorites?



http://www.publix.com/p/RIO-PCI-510499
Old 04-28-2017, 07:49 AM
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Probably not a fancy as your cheese but Cabot Garlic and Herb.

https://www.cabotcheese.coop/garlic-herb-cheddar-cheese
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Boursin with Pepper on LaPanzanell Croccantini w/ rosemary crackers.

Also, for a real treat try the Costello Saga Softened Blue Brie. Let it warm up to room temperature for the full effect.
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the title of this thread is very misleading.

I was expecting lowbrow fart jokes and laughing at my desk and you're legit talking about about cheese.
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The Sam's Club Black Diamond Private Reserve cheddar is awesome. I've tried a bunch of good cheeses but always come back to that. Add a table water cracker, slice of summer sausage and a big Cab and you are in for a treat!
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Smoked Gouda Cheese
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Cabot Seriously Sharp Cheddar - cheap and good.

Going to have to try that garlic and herb
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If you want Great Cheese go here! http://www.sugarbushfarm.com
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Hog's Head cheese is my favorite. Pairs well with wine and boiled eggs.
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I like really sharp cheddar, gouda, brie...pretty much anything.

The best cheese I have ever had was in Croatia. I don't know what the name of it was, but it was a coarse farm-style cheese. We drenched it in homemade olive oil and ate it with homemade wine. I'm not big on wine and cheese but that was one of the best eating experiences I have ever had.
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Originally Posted by Sin Bin fishing RI View Post
the title of this thread is very misleading.

I was expecting lowbrow fart jokes and laughing at my desk and you're legit talking about about cheese.
Me too. Then I saw the OP is from Wisconsin and it made sense. J/K
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Tillamook Extra Reserve Extra Sharp Cheddar !

Not typically sold in my area, so we usually load up when we are traveling out West.
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you are doing it wrong you do not cutta da cheese you broken da cheese

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While in Florida this winter, I got hooked on Publix (boarshead?) Chipoltle gouda cheese. Stuff was damn tasty on a burger. I love their horseradish cheddar as well.
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Originally Posted by jko2004 View Post
Cabot Seriously Sharp Cheddar - cheap and good.

Going to have to try that garlic and herb
I could go broke eating fine cheese so I've got to second jko: Cabot seriously sharp is cheap and good. Cheese is the main culprit for me eating a Lipitor every morning. On a side note, I've been planning to learn how to make cheese when I semi-retire.
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We're hooked on the Morel Mushroom and Leek Monterey Jack cheese from Publix. I think's it's seasonal, I dunno the GF tells me but I never remember.
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I love cheese, except for Limburger.
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I like to Crop Dust the crowded aisle in grocery stores and watch people look around...........oh wait, wrong thread.

yeah, I like cheese.
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Cheddar Cheese Wiz. Straight from the can
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Fresh cheese curds.

Crucolo cheese from Italy.
It's so good.

10 year aged cheddar from almost any Wisconsin cheese maker

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