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FireTom


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Total posts: 6650
Posted:This is an ode to my new love...

HAAALLELLOUMI!



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Good for BBQ and pan frying... delicioso! Molto molto molto delicioso...

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misscorinthian
SILVER Member since Sep 2005

misscorinthian

old hand
Location: Bristol

Total posts: 784
Posted:Halloumi deserves credit simply for squeaking when you eat it ubblol

I agree, it's fab- especially marinated in olive oil with garlic, thyme and mint and added to veggie kebabs MMMmmmmmmmm....

My personal fave will always be Shropshire Blue, but when I'm feeling a little richer I do like a bit of Roquefort smile


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Pink...?
BRONZE Member since Apr 2002

Pink...?

Mistress of Pink...Multicoloured
Location: Over There

Total posts: 6140
Posted:Oh god...far too many!

Roquefort is probably my favourite, closely followed by west county farmhouse cheddar...


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Fire_Moose
SILVER Member since May 2007

Fire_Moose

Elusive and Bearded
Location: Scottsdale, AZ

Total posts: 3597
Posted:Smoked gouda MMMMMMMMMMMM


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But I am also a big fan of Easy Cheese


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and to end with a quote from the late Mitch Hedberg....

"They should make canned cheese glow in the dark so you know how much you are putting on a cracker when it's dark. I mean if you don;t mind eating canned cheese you wont care that it glows in the dark"**





**That is actually paraphrased and not a quote.


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Dunc
GOLD Member since Aug 2003

Dunc

playing the days away
Location: The Middle lands

Total posts: 7263
Posted:I would have to agree with haloumi...it's beautiful! either cooked or raw.

Closely followed my a nice mature but not to crumbly cheddar in long thin slices...mmmm


Let's relight this forum ubblove

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Dentrassi
GOLD Member since Apr 2003

Dentrassi

ZORT!
Location: Brisbane

Total posts: 3044
Posted:ooohhh.... too hard to choose 1 cheese...

somewhere between:
- St Agur
- Forme d'Ambert
- greek fetta


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Mr Majestik
SILVER Member since Mar 2004

Mr Majestik

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Location: home of the tiney toothy bear

Total posts: 4693
Posted:Halloumi you say?

looks suspiciously what my friends dad fed us once off the bbq. he is turkish. sound right?

if so it was quite tastey biggrin


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willworkforfoodjnr
SILVER Member since Aug 2007

willworkforfoodjnr

Hunting robot foxes
Location: Huddersfield, West Yorkshire

Total posts: 1046
Posted:Definately with you on the Halloumi! Great in stuffed peppers, or just bbqed and stuck in a burger biggrin

Personally I'm really partial to stilton, just as it starts to go a bit blue, wonderful stuff!


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Jameth
GOLD Member since May 2008

Jameth

enthusiast
Location: NSW

Total posts: 378
Posted:Haloumi, certainly, best bbqd

Real parmesan, in the piece

Stilton, with port on the side

Chevre, especially with vine ripened tomatoes

Farmhouse vintage cheddar...

who can stop at one?


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Birgit
BRONZE Member since Jan 2005

Birgit

had her carpal tunnel surgery already thanks v much
Location: Edinburgh

Total posts: 4145
Posted:Grana Padano. Also a good mozzarella can be really nice.

"vices are like genitals - most are ugly to behold, and yet we find that our own are dear to us."
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Rouge Dragon
BRONZE Member since Jul 2003

Rouge Dragon

Insert Champagne Here
Location: without class distinction

Total posts: 13215
Posted:ooh hard one!

possibly camembert. The kind that's too expensive for me to buy cos I'm poor. the really creamy kind that's got lots of flavour.

When my family were in France the people at the cheese shop made the mistake of patronising us and saying cos we weren't French we wouldn't be able to handle the strong cheeses...not impressed.


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harasu
SILVER Member since Jul 2008

journeyman
Location: that cute valley in the south,...

Total posts: 51
Posted:The cheapest Edammer with those small holes!!!




... Add tomatoes :B


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Mint Sauce
BRONZE Member since Sep 2003

veteran
Location: Lancs England

Total posts: 1453
Posted:cottage cheese BUT IT MUST BE langley farm




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has to be opened and left in the fridge for a few days to give it a lovely tang



its far to creamy when fresh.


before i met those lot i thought they'd be a bunch of dreadlocked hippies that smoked, set things on fire ,and drank a lot of tea but then when i met them....oh wait (PyroWill)

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Location: In your head. (Tasmania, Austr...

Total posts: 1627
Posted:this is the perfect thread to make my first post after my re-entry into the world of HoP. smile has been a while..

my favourite cheese?
although i'm morally opposed to the idea in general, i must say i am partial to a bit of light blue cheese. as long as i don't think about it too much...


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willworkforfoodjnr
SILVER Member since Aug 2007

willworkforfoodjnr

Hunting robot foxes
Location: Huddersfield, West Yorkshire

Total posts: 1046
Posted:Mmm, I almost forgot - bree sandwiches on the last day of a festival when its been in the tent 3 days - you can smell those sarnies from 10ft away and they taste amazing biggrin

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burningoftheclavey
SILVER Member since Jul 2005

burningoftheclavey

lurking like a ninja with no camouflage..
Location: over yonder

Total posts: 926
Posted:boursin! garlicky garlicky cheese..mmm

and camembert is also great..


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DarkFyre
BRONZE Member since Nov 2005

DarkFyre

HoP mage and keeper of the fireballs
Location: Palmerston North

Total posts: 1965
Posted:All of them!

But if forced to chose I would have to side with the Haloumi fans as I grew up with a lot of turkish quisine.

A vintage Chedar thats falling apart comes a close second.

And Feta comes in third.


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willworkforfoodjnr
SILVER Member since Aug 2007

willworkforfoodjnr

Hunting robot foxes
Location: Huddersfield, West Yorkshire

Total posts: 1046
Posted:Man I love this thread almost as much as I love cheese! Bousin, not had any of that since the BJC, think I know what I'm getting on the way home biggrin

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UCOF
SILVER Member since Apr 2002

UCOF

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Total posts: 15414
Posted:Smoked Applewood flavoured cheddar ubblove

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misscorinthian
SILVER Member since Sep 2005

misscorinthian

old hand
Location: Bristol

Total posts: 784
Posted:Ohh I'm hungry now. Specifically for cheese.

Good job I have crackers, and some St Agur in the fridge mmmmmMMMmmmm biggrin


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FireTom


Stargazer


Total posts: 6650
Posted:Missycorinthian.... ubblove nice recipe... Halleloumi marinated in olive oil with garlic, thyme and mint.... *DROOOLS*

Poje... umm spank "easy cheese" - now that is sooo USsian style rolleyes It's not your fault wink hug

Real Parmigiano, sliced, baked in the oven on real bread until it gets brown bubbles... arrrrr *runs off to get some*


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Nee
BRONZE Member since Jul 2008

newbie


Total posts: 15
Posted:To be honest, I find holumi a bit salty. I LOVE mozarella, brie and camembert, some blue cheese (not all), cottage cheese, and ricotta for baking.

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blu_valley
SILVER Member since Apr 2005

blu_valley

fluffy mess
Location: Brighton

Total posts: 197
Posted:wensleydale with cranberries biggrin

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burningoftheclavey
SILVER Member since Jul 2005

burningoftheclavey

lurking like a ninja with no camouflage..
Location: over yonder

Total posts: 926
Posted:mmm smoked applewood cheddar...and has anyone tried that spicy cheese with the chillis through it? not sure of the name but its bloomin awesome!

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Mand
SILVER Member since Oct 2003

Mand

Keeper of the Spitfire
Location: Calgary Canada

Total posts: 2317
Posted:I absolutely love anything blue. The smellier the better. ubblove

I'm also a big fan of Jarlsberg. We used to eat it as part of breakfast when I was living in Norway. A great cheese for breakfast? I was in heaven!

But I think my favourite cheese of all time (probably even more so because I can't find it over here) is beaufort cheese. It comes from the tiny town of Beaufort, high in the french alps.
Fresh from the cheese factory, eaten on fresh french bread as part of a picnic high up in the alps... ubblove


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aston
SILVER Member since Dec 2007

aston

Unofficial Chairperson of Squirrel Defense League
Location: South Africa

Total posts: 4061
Posted:I like Philadelphia Cream cheese with sweet chilli sauce.

Also camembert. And lots of goat cheese. Do not really know names, just that of the few types (5 or six) I have tried, I liked them all.


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"How do you know I'm mad?" said Alice.
"You must be," said the Cat, "Or you wouldn't have come here."
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FireTom


Stargazer


Total posts: 6650
Posted:Cream Cheese on bread rolls with nearly anything (sweet):
Nutella
Jam
Honey

Yumm ubbangel


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Jameth
GOLD Member since May 2008

Jameth

enthusiast
Location: NSW

Total posts: 378
Posted:Cream cheese on bread rolls with smoked salmon.

yummer!

Also, Indian type soft cheese = paneer. Either in a curry or in rose water syrup, somewhat after the manner of gulab jamun.

*exits in pursuit of dinner*


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shocked_prawn
SILVER Member since Apr 2007

shocked_prawn

old hand
Location: Sunderland, UK

Total posts: 865
Posted:baked camembert,.... nom nom nom nom

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