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Re: Cheese eaters unite!

Tue Apr 12, 2016 2:03 pm

^Yes...I love the smoked cheeses, Bill! :lover:

The prices at the Melting Pot in the Galleria Mall looked quite pricey, but it included things like shrimp and steak to dip in your cheese fondue. Sounded quite interesting and different. I look forward to your upcoming fondue photos.

We are going to Virginia next week so who knows what foodie finds we might encounter - I'll have my camera on the ready! :b

Re: Cheese eaters unite!

Sun Apr 17, 2016 2:23 pm

We're going to a local big store cheese shop a few minutes' drive from here. On the 23rd, they're having a 40% Off Sale of
pretty much everything, including fondue pots etc. As well as any and all cheeses to go into the pot, lol. So we're checking that out.

http://buycheese.com/

But, we found this in our local Safeway, the other day. It's original price was $15 Cdn, but it was on sale and had $5 knocked
off it. So we bought one, and now it sits in the cupboard, ready to be used if we Really want to be Lazy about it, heh.

And Phil, for my "own personal way" of doing fondue... photos coming soon. ;)
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How it's all packaged together. And they call it FONDU:...without the E!
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What you get, when it's opened. Cool!
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Handy hard plastic holder, plus a tea candle to keep the cheese oooey and gooey. This is great!
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The two person mini-pot fits easily into the stand. Hmmm. Micro or Ovo....?
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Directions on the EMMI Fondu: lid and the inside of the box. I believe #3 means you put it in a cold oven,
start the heat up to 180'C/350'F, and at the same time, start the timer, up to 18-22 minutes. Easy! (o:
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Re: Cheese eaters unite!

Sun Apr 24, 2016 6:22 pm

Just posting. A great name....
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In Vancouver, Canada, (o:
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Re: Cheese eaters unite!

Sun Jun 05, 2016 6:06 pm

Found this, recently...
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Re: Cheese eaters unite!

Sun Jun 05, 2016 6:42 pm

This thread is really CHEESY


sorry, this joke was really obvious

Re: Cheese eaters unite!

Mon Jun 06, 2016 5:01 pm

^ But not as cheesy as your location, signature and screen name. ;)

Re: Cheese eaters unite!

Mon Jun 06, 2016 10:01 pm

:nina:

Also, we just discovered in our current Safeway flyer,
there is cheese on sale, you can BARBQUE! We were shocked!

The caption with the flyer listing reads...

Perfect for the barbeque,
these cheeses can be
served sliced or cubed.
Choose from Saganaki,
Paneer, Haloumi, Dore-mi
or Queso Fresco.


And they're called Grilling Cheeses.

Huh. We're definitely checking it out, tomorrow. :smile:
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In the middle. GRILLING CHEESE!
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Re: Cheese eaters unite!

Tue Jun 07, 2016 3:57 am

Grilling cheese is good, we often have a few when we're making a BBQ

Re: Cheese eaters unite!

Tue Jun 07, 2016 11:12 am

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This stuff is crack!!

Re: Cheese eaters unite!

Tue Jun 07, 2016 4:53 pm

^^ Well, we bought a couple of them, so we're going to grill 'em real soon! :smile:

And ^ that looks pretty good! I wonder if it's for sale up here in Canada?
Must check at store, next visit. :wink:
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