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  • Tat Wink
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    Food of the Gods!

    Whats your favourite.

    For me?

    St Agur
    Jar of Stilton (Must be ripe and wax sealed)
    Cornish clotted cream Brie
    A decent mature Cheddar.

    What’s yours?

    Conor
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    As A proud Irishman….. English Stilton.

    grahamh
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    Brie
    Port Salut

    conkerman
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    decent cheddar.

    aleigh
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    canadian mature cheddar

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    Jarlsberg,
    Danish Blue
    Strong Stilton
    Wenslydale with cranberries

    Premier Icon Capt. Kronos
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    I don’t normally do blue cheese, but I have some funny french stuff at the moment that is more than pleasent 😉

    My general rule though is:

    Is it blue.
    Is it made from Goats/Sheeps.

    If both these are answered “no” then it is, indeed, the food of the Gods. If either are yes then usually it is Satan’s own cockscrapings.

    rj
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    Kean’s cheddar. Tasty.

    bomberman
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    just had some beeeowtiful creamy lancashire. but favourites are danish blue and Dolcelatte

    joe1983
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    port salut
    stilton
    good cheddar
    paneer in a good curry
    certainly not richard

    Good mature cheddar, Bath Oliver biscuits, glass of Chianti. Class.

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    vieille comté – formidable.

    grumm
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    Blacksticks Blue is good, as is Port Salut.

    I bought some amazing cheese like Port Salut but a bit tangier in a French market here but I don’t know what it was.

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    M&S had (have) a superb Cheddar, with salt crystals that had formed in it as part of the process. Wonderfully crumbly and strong.

    Anyone found eating Cheddar of flavour strength 3 or below, or god forbid Edam, will be struck off.

    alwyn
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    Quicks one year old mature chedder,
    Sharpham Brie,
    A good french brie,
    A good french camembert

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    Irish Cashelle blue, like stilton but not.

    Also, is it called “yarg” or something, its wrapped in nettles.

    Cheese is ace.

    grumm
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    I quite like Edam – it doesn’t really have any character or taste, but I like it in a weird rubbery cheese-style product kind of way.

    Fried halloumi is nice too. And I rather like Applewood Smoked Cheddar.

    joe1983
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    irish galtee mmm
    feta is nice too

    don simon
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    A good Cheshire does it for me, but then again anything that is well made is good.

    MrSmith
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    morbier. the one with a line of ash through the middle

    Nico
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    Gorgonzola. I’m a recent convert. Sam Beckett wrote about it so it must be good.

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    Wenslydale with orange and cranberries
    A nice nutty Emental
    Good stong mature cheddar
    Camembert with a smear of red currant jelly

    alwyn
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    Beefy – Cornish Yarg that be.

    joe1983
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    ooh just thought, goats with onion marmalade..nice. Eating now.

    macmclaren
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    got one with chilis in it.

    God its lovely

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    Roquefort
    Beaufort
    Reblochon

    brdavies
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    Lancashire creamy not crumbly

    mudpup
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    DairyLea!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    with Tuc biscuits of course

    or

    A mildly rotting/slithering Brie
    with sesame crackers

    Wiksey
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    Crowdie in a nice little pot
    Coverdale (wensledale is nice but too common)

    If you’re in the north east (of Englandshire) visit this place, you won’t regret it http://www.northumberlandcheese.co.uk/

    If you are gonna get cheap cheddar then at least have cheese on toast with chopped fresh chillis – zingy loveliness 🙂

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    Brie de Meaux

    joe1983
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    new favourite thread. Lots of cheeses I have never heard of to try :@)

    jedi
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    haloumi
    oak smoked cheddar
    mozarella

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    So many favourite cheeses…

    Colston Basset Stilton
    Licolnshire Poacher
    Taw Valley Tasty (one of them cheddars with the crystals in it… but it’s not salt, it’s lactic acid)
    Stinking Bishop

    are all ones I have had recently, but so many others… so many…

    Oak smoked Wensleydale washed down with 3 bottles of Thwaites Wainwright yum yum I am gonna have nightmares tonight

    RooleyMoor
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    grilled halloumi

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    Strong cheddar is great.

    I like the Applewood smoked as well.

    I had the cheese plate at a local Michelin Starred restaurant.

    One of the cheeses was so runny they served it on a spoon. It was fantastic.

    helenslg
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    Possibly the best thread I’ve ever seen on here!

    Beaufort for me, though I’m more than happy with a really ripe, smelly, oozy brie.
    Generally though, the smellier the better!

    I think I might actually live just for cheese 🙂 One of my best finds since being in Edinburgh was a beautiful cheese shop, made me so happy!

    djglover
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    Lincolnshire Poacher
    Yorkshire Blue
    —-END OF THREAD—-

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    If you are gonna get cheap cheddar then at least have cheese on toast with chopped fresh chillis – zingy loveliness

    Agreed – and mixed with tuna adds another dimension of wonderfulness.

    Roquefort is my favourite

    I can’t believe no one has mentioned Shropshire Blue !!

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