The Cheese thread.......

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  1. decafjava macrumors 68030

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    Pure curdled heaven @Scepticalscribe , I still have not found goat Gouda although I have tried all the others.
     
  2. Scepticalscribe macrumors Westmere

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    The goat Gouda is excellent; sweet and smooth, it is a really lovely cheese. I recommend it highly.
     
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    Bought Camembert, Vacherin Mont d'Or, Bleu d'Auvergne, Époisses, and Schnebelhorn today.
     
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    I shall add Gorgonzola to this selection tomorrow, and possibly Taleggio, as well. And I still have some exceedingly aged Gouda which shall make its appearance on the cheeseboard, as well.
     
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    A late lunch of fresh French bread, Vacherin Mont d'Or, Camembert, Taleggio and Gorgonzola Cremosa.
     
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    Paid a visit to my cheesemonger today and purchased a variety of cheeses: These include Tetilla, Bleu d'Auvergne, Forme D'Ambert, Vacherin Mont d'Or, Schnebelhorn, and Camembert Rustique.
     
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    Breakfast consisted of blood orange juice (freshly squeezed), kefir, Ethiopian coffee and the following cheeses on French rye bread: Forme D'Ambert, Vacherin Mont D'Or, Camembert Rustique, Tetilla and a small piece of Schnebelhorn.
     
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    Bought some more cheeses today in the market: Parmigiano-Reggiano, Blue Gouda, Taleggio, Gorgonzola Cremosa, and Doruvael.
     
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    Purchased some cheeses today: Brin d'Amour, Camembert Rustique, Bleu d'Auvergne, aged Cashel Blue, St Nectaire, Tomme des Croquants, Gorgonzola Cremosa, aged goat's Gouda, and Taleggio.
     
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    If you have any Dutch friends - or sources - they might be in a position to let you know where to find it; it is a wonderfully sweet yet slightly tart and smooth - quite lovely.
     
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    Just tucked into French rye bread with oozing, almost liquid, Gorgonzola Cremosa.
     
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    Thanks, I know some people who may help!
     
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    Yesterday, I treated myself to small slices of Époisses, Camembert Rustique, aged Cashel Blue, Munster, Tomme des Croquants, Delice de Bourgogne, and Schnebelhorn.
     
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    Did I mention that breakfast took the form of Époisses, and Delice de Bourgogne on French bread.
     
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    Breakfast - again - was cheeses - Delice de Bourgogne, aged Cashel Blue, Camembert, and Époisses on French bread.
     
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    Bought some seriously oozing Gorgonzola Cremosa.
     
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    Has anyone ever used a spoon to eat (nay, devour) some seriously oozing Gorgonzola Cremosa?

    I did, today.

    Yum.
     
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    Breakfast this morning comprised fresh French bread, with the following cheeses: exquisite Roquefort, aged goat's Gouda, and Tomme des Croquants; served with kefir, freshly squeezed fruit juices, and Ethiopian coffee.
     
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    Tomme des Croquants, Roquefort and aged Goat's Gouda for breakfast with toasted rye bread.
     
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    Purchased a slice of Camembert Rustique, a small piece of Crozier Blue, and a small slice of positively oozing Époisses.
     
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    Hard to read this thread sometimes. Makes me want to rush out to the cheese shop.
     
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    At home, I simply read this thread with pleasure; when I am abroad, though, I peruse with an ache akin to longing.
     
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    Purchased some seriously oozing Gorgonzola Cremosa today.
     
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    Breakfast was oozing Gorgonzola Cremosa, Époisses and Camembert with French bread.
     

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