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Double Gloucester with Stilton.
 
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Raclette tonight. Kids love the whole production.
 
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La Tur...this is some fantastic stuff !


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Over the weekend- Pierre Robert and Epoisses


Just one more sip.
 
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Run of the mill goat cheese with crackers, and a small glass of 'house' cab


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probably my favorite, ever.

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Originally posted by inky:
La Tur...this is some fantastic stuff !


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$50 lb. Wisconson Cheddar
Get it while you can.


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Zamorano

with Serrano, olives, ciabatta and the 2005 Bodegas Mauro.
 
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Morbier. chopped, on top of homemade bacon fat-infused hamburgers. (the burgers utilized 90/10 ground beef, hence the addition of the bacon fat --- maybe 1.5 - 2 T bacon fat for 1 lb. of ground beef).
 
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sounds good brashley, i been pushing the morbier burgers for quite awhile. Smile

tonight:
moliterno black truffle pecorino(NOT with burgers! Big Grin)


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Tonight before dinner, a half of an Epoisses.

With dinner, a salad of mesclun and radicchio with a shallot vinaigrette and goat cheese- simple but very good, and I'm quite critical of my own cooking.


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carr valley snow white goat cheddar


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carr valley snow white goat cheddar
I've been buying this lately, fantastic cheddar, even more so for being goat.


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prefere de nos montagnes


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Cheese Curds, Costco style.


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I had some Gouda last night with some Aussie Shiraz.
 
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delice de bourgogne, this *can't* be healthy. Smack Eek


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TBird, I've had it several times but I think it's better with a lighter wine. I'd expect it can be easily overpowered by a big wine.


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i'm not touching any wine with it! Smile


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Bought some 24 month aged Gouda along with some Piave cheeses this weekend. Need to restock the fridge.
 
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Bella's Favorite,

Kraft Cheese Whiz Big Grin


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I'm becoming a big fan of goats milk brie. Slightly more pungent than cows brie. I had one last weekend (don't remember the producer) that oozed onto the plate when I cut it in half. First thing my daughter says (God bless her) is, "It's a bit runny, sir." Cool


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Cambozola and Drunken goat (from Jumilla).


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Manchego (with our house Cava)


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I bought an Italian Appenino with Black Truffles (sheep's milk) but have yet to try it.


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