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Land of Cheese.

I don't reside in Wisconsin though I did as a wee lad way back then.
Sometimes if I climb a tree tall enough I can see the shoreline over yonder.
All against the advice of my doctors, who have lost lthe joy of climbing a tree. Just because.

What has this post got to do with cheese, you ask?

I just devoured a 1 pound (0.453592 kg) block of fine Wisconsin extra sharp cheddar. All by myself, I did not offer it anyone else.
It was tasty and I could not help myself.

Hopefully my digestion system will recover in a few days.
Monday morning madness.
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I had Swiss cheese on my scrambled eggs, for the first, at Cracker Barrel yesterday. The taste was good, but the texture was meh; it was in strips. Next time, I'll see if they have shredded, I'll keep you posted.
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And warmly debated the matter;
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And the Heretics said from the platter.
They argued it long and they argued it strong,
And I hear they are arguing now;
But of all the choice spirits who lived in the cheese,
Not one of them thought of a cow.

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I just finished a very nice snack of dill and garlic Monterey Jack cheese, braunschweiger, cherry tomatoes, bread and butter pickles, olives, sliced green apple and rye crackers.



Buuuuurrrrrrrrrp. Yum!
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I just devoured
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of fine Wisconsin
extra sharp cheddar

all by myself
I did not
offer
it anyone else.

It was tasty
and I
could not
help myself.
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A couple weeks ago I found a shrink wrapped block of 12 year old sharp cheddar stamped 2011 in the back of a refrigerator in my brothers basement. It was amazing.
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I just finished a very nice snack of dill and garlic Monterey Jack cheese, braunschweiger, cherry tomatoes, bread and butter pickles, olives, sliced green apple and rye crackers.



Buuuuurrrrrrrrrp. Yum!
If you're married, you might wanna aim your backside at an open window tonight while you're sleeping.
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If you're married, you might wanna aim your backside at an open window tonight while you're sleeping.
Another way of saying 'cut the cheese' perhaps.
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Cheddar is one of my favorites and I too prefer it sharp or extra sharp. But for a salad I like fresh parmesan or fresh mozzarella. That shredded package stuff is for philistines.

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I just devoured a 1 pound (0.453592 kg) block of fine Wisconsin extra sharp cheddar. All by myself
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^^ Très elegant, Beck!

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If you're married, you might wanna aim your backside at an open window tonight while you're sleeping.
Single.....perhaps for a reason.

IMHO, the only thing wrong with that snack is that it needed a good, dark beer to wash it down.
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Single.....perhaps for a reason.

IMHO, the only thing wrong with that snack is that it needed a good, dark beer to wash it down.
I do love your avatar, btw.
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Many thanks. I saw that picture and knew immediately that I did not want to know what was going on.
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Tillamook. "Come smell our dairy air!"
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Cheddar is one of my favorites and I too prefer it sharp or extra sharp. But for a salad I like fresh parmesan or fresh mozzarella. That shredded package stuff is for philistines.

Enjoy your constipation.
The rumblings in my intestines have concluded that I will have a mistakable time. I just found a box of whole wheat crackers sitting in my pantry. Hopefully that will help. The suggestion of a good dark German beer sounds good, but in this smal town everything is closed for the night.

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Tillamook. "Come smell our dairy air!"
I grew up around cows. Thanks, but no thanks. I do like fresh milk however.
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A couple weeks ago I found a shrink wrapped block of 12 year old sharp cheddar stamped 2011 in the back of a refrigerator in my brothers basement. It was amazing.
And you are still alive?. Maybe there is hope for me. I can't afford another trip to ER. Go ahead and ask me about the month-old potato salad.

Never mind. Best let unsaid.

But the nurses were attentive and CUTE!
Alas, they were all married and my attempts between heaving my guts out on an uncomfortable hospital bed with multiple IV's did not match up with socializing that much.

I am therefore hesitant to present myself to 911 with a cheese overdose.
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TMI? Nah, we've heard it all. Start a good laxative and hope for tomorrow. Good luck.
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Danish blue cheese was on a discount here the other day. I ate a very significant chunk of it. I like blue cheese.
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And you are still alive?. Maybe there is hope for me. I can't afford another trip to ER. Go ahead and ask me about the month-old potato salad.
I'm fine, although I didn't eat a pound in a single sitting.
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A couple weeks ago I found a shrink wrapped block of 12 year old sharp cheddar stamped 2011 in the back of a refrigerator in my brothers basement. It was amazing.
Wait, you mean it was 12 years old in 2011? Damn, I bet that was good.

I usually get a truckle of vintage cheddar in January and leave it in the back of the fridge until Christmas, but space is at a premium - what I really need is a separate cheese fridge so I can set up a proper long term store.
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Wait, you mean it was 12 years old in 2011? Damn, I bet that was good.
Yep, about 19 YO when I opened it - it was absolutely fantastic. I'm working on building a collection to age myself.
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TMI? Nah, we've heard it all. Start a good laxative and hope for tomorrow. Good luck.
Thanks. I think I made a mistake. But it a was so delicious all the same.
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Tillamook. "Come smell our dairy air!"
My thoughts exactly. Had a grilled cheese sammich made with Tillamook cheddar last night. Yum.

Our local store finally stocks it with the regular cheese now and not in the high-priced specialty stuff. Tasty and reasonably priced.
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I've a nice block of 19 year old WI Cheddar in my cheese drawer at the moment. I think about consuming it with great antici pation!
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I've a nice block of 19 year old WI Cheddar in my cheese drawer at the moment. I think about consuming it with great antici pation!
It took you 29 posts to get here with a cheez endorsement? Slowing down in your old age, huh?
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It took you 29 posts to get here with a cheez endorsement? Slowing down in your old age, huh?
I was partying it up last PM in the hot tub with two women; I do have other interests besides cheese, it turns out.
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We’re going to Wes Con Sin end of October.. cheese curds here I come.
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I stopped by my local cheese shop today, and was gladdened to find they were stocking the 4 year old swiss again. Older swiss is tough to find. For a while they had 9 year old swiss, and THAT was a delight, but it didn't last long.

They had some new raclette cheeses in, but I don't plan on holding a big bash where I could expect to use up such a large chunka. But I did see a nice smoked gouda that I thought I'd try. Also snagged some nice tasting Stilton; it was on the sampling table and it melted in my mouth, so it ended up in my cheese basket.

They had some nice older white cheddars, including some 14 year old ones. I'm not super freaked out by the use of annatto as a cheese coloring agent, but prefer to avoid it when possible. If a cheddar is going to be orange, let it be from the fact the cows ate a ton of flowers or other plants supplying the carotene before being milked, not because it was dyed at the cheese factory!! At any rate, I didn't spring for more 14 year old cheddar, I have sufficient in my own stockpile.

I wish they carried whole milk string cheese; it's getting almost impossible to find that stuff any more. MUCH more flavorful than the part skim milk versions. Unfortunately Beechwood Cheese factory closed down a few years ago, and they were my last known source. Any dopers got a line on such a product?

I keep meaning to try their goat-milk Jack cheese, but I forgot. They also carry a very nice Cheshire cheese.
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Venezuelan Beaver Cheese?
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The Cheese Moon

I've heard it said by many around,
That the moon is made of cheese they found.
It's mined by little spacemen mice,
Who sell it for a handsome price.

The cheese we eat all comes from there,
From cheddar valleys beyond compare.
And in the rivers of Wensleydale,
The mice scoop cheese in metal pails.

If you peek up you might just see,
The Gorgonzola heights of Ghee.
And to the left and up a bit,
On Stilton mountains mice do sit.

So next time you sit down to cheese,
Remember the mice on Parmezan seas.
Who work non stop in their spacemen hats,
Just glad that they're out of reach of cats!

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Land of Cheese.

Tillamook. "Come smell our dairy air!"

I do love me some Tillamook Extra Sharp White Cheddar. Deee-lish!
Dunno if I could a whole pound of it but I'd sure try.

My sister wanted to tour the factory while she and her girls were down there recently but the lines were too long. They had just finished remodeling or something, so they had to console themselves with some ice cream from the gift shop.
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Sweet dreams are made of cheese
Who am I to dis a Brie
I cheddar the world and a Feta cheese
Everybody's looking for Stilton


Some cheese wants to be Bleu, too
Some cheese wants to be Buchette d'Anjou
Some cheese wants to be cubed
Some cheese will be braided by you

Sweet dreams are made of cheese
Colby or Chevre, if you please
I ferment the milk and then I squeeze
Everybody needs penicillium

Mold is better, on the rind
Mold is better, leaves taste behind
Mold is better, cheese is confined
Mold is better, use my enzymes

Some cheese ought to be grated
No cheese should be ammoniated
Some cheese will always be hated
No cheese wants to be called rancid

Sweet dreams are made of cheese
Casein and rennet curdle it with ease
Whey from the curds it eventually frees
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<slow clap> You have my undying respect, Sir! I salute your extensive cheese knowledge.
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During a WI visit a few years ago, I bought a brick of 15 year old cheddar at Ellsworth Cooperative Creamery in Ellsworth, WI. Full of crystals and very tasty.

Out here, we're a pretty short drive to the Tillamook and Face Rock cheese makers, and a bit farther down the road to Rogue River Creamery, where they make the excellent Oregonzola bleu.
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And no one likes 'slap' cheese, but me.
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This is kinda low-brow compared to some of the cheeses mentioned here, but I really like Yancy's Wasabi Cheddar. I make a weird (but delicious to me) sandwich by melting it over smoked trout on an italian roll with some coleslaw to balance out the heat of the wasabi.
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My thoughts exactly. Had a grilled cheese sammich made with Tillamook cheddar last night. Yum.
I made a grilled cheese with their smoked cheddar. Oh God, that was good.
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Just unwrapped a wedge of Maytag blue I'd been saving for 3 years. It's aged well but I'm not sure how much further it could be pushed.
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I was partying it up last PM in the hot tub with two women; I do have other interests besides cheese, it turns out.
Your wife and daughter, I assume? NOMB, really.

I tried some 12-year-old cheddar not long ago. It just kind of sank to the bottom, and I burped that fingernail-sized slice of grit for hours afterwards, so I don't think I'll have it again.
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When all else fails, there's this.

https://www.amazon.com/Sailing-Seas-.../dp/B000001Y57
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As a joke this really falls flat. Insinuations of incest, especially just completely out of the blue, aren’t appropriate.

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Your wife and daughter, I assume? NOMB, really.

I tried some 12-year-old cheddar not long ago. It just kind of sank to the bottom, and I burped that fingernail-sized slice of grit for hours afterwards, so I don't think I'll have it again.

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I just devoured a 1 pound (0.453592 kg) block of fine Wisconsin extra sharp cheddar. All by myself, I did not offer it anyone else.
It was tasty and I could not help myself.
Before we go any further, I'd just like to point out how disturbing it is that you equate eating a block of cheese with some sort of bachelor paradise.
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Cheddar is one of my favorites and I too prefer it sharp or extra sharp...
Ooh, thanks for the reminder to go to bed early.

Farmer's Market around the (Wisconsin) State Capitol tomorrow morning... where you get offered at least forty toothpicks with little chunks on them... Bandaged Cheddar, Cave-Cured Cheddar, 5, 10, 15-Year Cheddar, Cheese Curds, and my favorite... "Ordinary Cheddar".
Forgot about the dairy family who brings a huge grill that they keep full of browned cubes. I hope the Honeycrisp Apples are in season, they'll pair well.


Oh, and Three-Animal Cheddar (Cow/Goat/Sheep, very creamy). Sorry to make anyone jealous...
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As a joke this really falls flat. Insinuations of incest, especially just completely out of the blue, aren’t appropriate.
I'm sorry if anyone interpreted it that way. I just pictured a family getting in the hot tub on a chilly autumn evening. Nothing inappropriate implied from my end.
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George Costanza: "I was living the dream! I was stripped to the waist, eating a block of cheese the size of a car battery!"

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