If I didn't live so far away from you Bill, I would be tempted to send you a care package of Wisconsin cheeses. I live right down the road from a state-champion cheese producer, and if a place wins a state championship for cheese in Wisconsin, they must be something pretty special. And, from what I've tasted, they definitely are.
Tell you what, if you swing through the frozen dairyland on a TPR trip or something in the future, I'll be sure to hook you up.
I smell like fresh cut spring flowers spewn across a babbling brook with a hint of lemon. |:D
Here in the UK, Cathedral City (Cheddar) is the holy grail of cheeses. Well, in my opinion at least. Eating it solid isn't bad, but heating it up on some toast gives it a better taste and is quite filling.
^ Same here, although we are getting low in that all we have right now is a brick of Cabot White Cheddar (love me some Cabot) and some crumbled blue cheese. And to think that tomorrow is the Super Bowl? I need to get to Wegmans quick!
I can't believe that I had never seen this thread before...I LOVE cheese!!! Smokey Curd (or any curd for that matter) or Smoked Gouda would probably be at or near the top for me.
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