What is your Favorite Cheese?

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    I have two..


    pepper jack

    and


    feta


    well three


    add smoked Gouda!
     
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    Gouda
     
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    Brie
     
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    I have never tried brie! Is it strong or mild Ravi? And what do you eat it with?
     
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    Bleu, brie, and goat cheese. And feta. Also sharp cheddar.

    I was introduced to goat cheese in this incredible goat cheese quiche I used to get at a coffee shop in Pendleton. For a while there I was addicted...to the quiche and the cheese itself.

    It's better cooked, though. But that didn't stop me.

    Favorite snack...smoked oysters, bleu cheese and either crackers (ritz) or french bread. My second son is also a push over for it.
     
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    Mild, soft, fruit.

    Though you could probably eat it with anything at all.
     
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    Mild. My favorite way to eat it is stick it in the oven covered with slivered almonds and bake. drrrrrrrrooooooooooooooooool!

    That and some french bread and wine and you've got yourself a meal.
     
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    Never tried smoke oysters with blue cheese, but this is in our hurricane supplies every year:

    Triscuits
    Cheddar Cheese
    Smoked oysters
    Tabasco sauce

    You could live happily on that for a couple of weeks.
     
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    omg that sounds good.
     

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