Do you have a favorite cheese?


#21

smoked cheddar is my favorite


#22

Gruyere and Roquefort.
Sardo and /or Provolone melted with spices.
Brie with berries and nuts…
But I like all cheese in general.


#23

No one has said Cheese Whiz yet?


#24

What do you call an empty can of Cheese Whiz?

Cheese Was


#25

Ooh! That’s so bad buahaha!!!:laughing::laughing::laughing:


#26

Thanks for the recipes (I’ve tried making macaroni and cheese at home from scratch and somehow it never turns out right, so I look forward to trying yours. Perhaps a cookbook is in order?) ! When I was an exchange student in France I discovered ‘gratin dauphinois’ which is basically scalloped potato casserole - definitely an all time fave.


#27

When I think of Asiago I think of living in St. Louis; at the time there was a local chain there called the St. Louis Bread Company and perhaps because Asiago was all the rage then they were always promoting their asiago loaf. It was pretty tasty.


#28

Goat cheese is awesome. I have a weakness for that French brand that mixes it with garlic and herbs, Crotin I think it’s called.


#29

is cheese wiz real cheese or chemicals mixed to taste like cheese


#30

I’m pretty sure it’s processed cheese-like product
I would actually rather not know


#31

No, it’s naturally occurring in a can.


#32

I do too, and first tried in when I was stationed in Greece years ago. I also like Limburger cheese sandwiches.


#33

Any fans of Havarti here? Or Fontina? I see those a lot in the supermarket.


#34

Trader Joes, if you have one in the area, typically carries a wide variety of a lot of different cheeses.these provide a good way of sampling different cheese types. Gives you an indication about what you like and don’t like in a cheese.

P.s. send any you don’t want to me. I’ll properly dispose of them. Yum.


#35

Might as well mention Velveeta too.


#36

I can’t think of Velveeta without thinking of my grandparents, since I never saw it except at their house in Hyattsville, Maryland.


#37

I’ll agree with you here :slight_smile: It’s pretty versatile too and my kids used to really like it ,also
fresh goats milk yogurt …yum


#38

I like Cheese Whiz on celery sticks. Cottage cheese is also good on celery sticks.


#39

Cream cheese and/or peanut butter for celery stalks.


#40

Fontina is delicious! It melts beautifully.

I love extra sharp cheddar for eating with crackers and for cheese sauce.

I too like those soft cheeses in the container with herbs and garlic.

My daughter: " I wouldn’t want to live in a world without cheese."


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