I like cheese

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  • #11859

    Instinct
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    Cheese is great

    #77245

    KapitiKats in NZ
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    Feta grilled over fresh tomatoes and a dab of pesto on sourdough.

    #77246

    LadyValkyrie
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    Okay intsinct here’s my addition!

    Cheesey Mash Tatoes

    8 medium to large potatoes, peeled and cut into chunks

    1 cup butter (or 2 (4-ounce) sticks), cut into chunks

    8 ounces shredded Cheddar (Well I use about a pound I like it cheesy! :oD)

    1/2 cup heavy cream

    Salt and freshly ground pepper

    1/4 cup chopped fresh chives

    Otional Topping, bacon or bacon bits, sour cream!

    Boil the potatoes until the potatoes are tender. Drain the potatoes well. Using a potato masher, mash the potatoes by hand, then stir in chunks of butter and shredded Cheddar. Cover and set aside to let cheese melt. Stir in heavy cream, season with salt and pepper, then beat until creamy using an electric beater. Transfer to serving dish and garnish with chopped chives.

    Really good can add Garlic in to make cheesy garlic Tatoes!

    #77247

    KapitiKats in NZ
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    http://www.kff.co.nz/

    This place is just 10 minutes away from my house. Yummy icecream also.

    #77248

    Tigger
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    Muenster cheese! Colby Pepper-Jack! Feta! Gorgonzola! Grueyere! Swiss! Extra-Sharp Vermont Cheddar!

    #77249

    Instinct
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    Sharp Cheddar… mmmmm

    #77250

    pouncer
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    Everyone always tells me I’m weird ’cause I don’t like cheese…

    #77251

    Tigger
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    S’ok,Pouncer! Vive la differance,I always say! One person’s trash is another’s treasure!

    #77252

    paulajeanne
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    My grandmother would make Welsh Rarebit the real way. I make a fake one that would horrify the foodies out there. Dunno, tastes just as good to me!

    #77253

    Vicki
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    How do you make Welsh Rarebit (both ways)?

    #77254

    Jo in Blairsville
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    Smoked Provolone & Asiago Tortizza baked on a stone.

    #77255

    Moonshadow_NZ
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    Kapiti Kikorangi blue cheese with avocado slices and manuka smoked bacon on a fresh sesame seed bagel.

    #77256

    AnnF
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    Mozarella wrapped in good prosciutto.

    A slice of Parma on home-baked bread with fresh butter.

    Goat cheese with just about anything.

    On a slice of apple, a Cheddar so sharp that it could have sliced the apple.

    Macaroni and cheese with some more of that sharp Cheddar.

    I love Brie but it makes the top of my mouth feel funny. Does the same thing happen to anybody else?

    Don’t feel too weird, Pouncer, a good friend of mine has a real loathing for it. She won’t eat anything with cheese in it, not even a spaghetti sauce with a few flakes of Parma on top.

    #77257

    HuddysMama
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    There’s a board that I belong to that has over 60 pages of us talking about cheese. I had to make sure I was in the right place. But yes, I like cheese too. When I have my baked potatoes – they are just YELLOW with it. When I was a kid I wouldn’t eat it though – I have no idea why.

    #77258

    KYKAT 12 23
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    mmmmm cheese! cheese, cheese, cheese!!!!!! Yesterday I made omelettes with ham and brie and they were divine! I may have to take some over to the cafe this morning!

    #77259

    HuddysMama
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    ohhh those omelettes sound wonderful, ppearson. Makes my mouth water.

    #77260

    Vicki
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    If I were on a deserted island I’d take a ton of cheese with me so I could improve the flavor of any of the native foods on that island.

    #77261

    HuddysMama
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    So true Vicki, so true.

    #77262

    FondaHonda
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    My mother says that when I was little there were always hunks of cheese in the refrigerator with teeth marks all over them and chunks gone. Haven’t changed much, either! 🙂

    #77263

    HuddysMama
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    That’s a crack up, FondaHonda. I even eat cheese on my bbq brisket sammiches.

    #77264

    FondaHonda
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    Anyone ever tried tuna with swiss cheese? Yum!

    The Pasta Fagioli soup I’m gonna make is really good with fresh Parmesean on top.

    #77265

    HuddysMama
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    Tuna with swiss cheese rocks. There’s a sandwich shop here that makes their tuna that way. It’s yummylicious.

    #77266

    MaxandCali’sMom
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    When I was younger, my mom never bought anything but Velveeta-I didn’t know about “real” cheese until I was older. Now, my favorites are gruyere, swiss and brie baked in puff pastry-yum………………

    #77267

    HuddysMama
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    Velveeta??? My brother loves that – I always make faces at it when I see it.

    #77268

    Shelley
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    MMMM!! One of my favorite “winter” recipies is a cheese and potato casserole with smoked sausage slices mixed in–ooh! I am going camping this weekend, think I’ll make some of that to take along!!!

    #77269

    FondaHonda
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    Mini-baguette with Brie is my favorite.

    #77270

    Jacket potato with cheese, macaroni cheese, cheese and pickle sandwiches, baguette with brie and grapes, cheese-board with biscuits, stuffed field mushrooms (stuffed with blue stilton, bread crumbs, tomato puree and garlic) – in fact almost anything with cheese, including, of course cheese cake!

    #77271

    PipasMumSpain
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    Did someone say New York Cheesecake?

    *sniffs the air*

    Mmmmmm!!!!

    #77272

    What about deep fried camembert (or brie) with cranberry sauce?

    #77273

    HuddysMama
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    I like deep fried mozzarella w/marinara sauce. I don’t know if I could do cheese with sweet Polly’s Mum.

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