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uber_stoat
Jan 21, 2001





Zardoz posted:

I am Arthur Frayn, and I am Zardoz. I have lived three hundred years, and I long to die. But death is no longer possible. I eat way too much cheese.

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Suspect Bucket
Jan 14, 2012

SHRIMPDOR WAS A MAN
I mean, HE WAS A SHRIMP MAN
er, maybe also A DRAGON
or possibly
A MINOR LEAGUE BASEBALL TEAM
BUT HE WAS STILL
SHRIMPDOR


I have just broken into a slice of 1000 day aged gouda from TJ's, and it is choice.

Also, I cant read any more wapo articles this month. However, I echo the sentiment.

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CrazySalamander
Nov 5, 2009


Just use incognito mode on your browser- that'll usually get you past wapos gate. Or do what I did and buy a subscription when it's on sale.

Mr. Wiggles
Dec 1, 2003

I would never shop at Costco. The paper towels won't fit into my sports car!

The Berzerker posted:

Anybody have any suggestions on what to do with gjetost? I was thinking of grating it over pancakes or something... such a weird food.

Put it on crispbread and top with jam. That's how we've always had it.

Doc Walrus
Jan 2, 2014

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I see shitposts on the way

Let's say that I was making a sandwich with

1.Banana Peach Ice Cream Bread
2.Shredded Pork Tenderloin, tossed in a little bit of brown BBQ sauce
3.Caramelized Onions

All of which is pretty sweet. What's a good cheese to put on this sandwich to balance out all the sweet?

tonberrytoby
Feb 29, 2012

Gently enveloping the target with indiscriminate love.


Probably something intense with medium saltiness to contrast the sweetness and a hard texture to go against the mushiness of the other ingredients. Last time I made something remotely similar I went for a Kristallkäse, that is a especially crunchy Le Gruyère.
If it was sliced meat instead of shredded, I would go for an intense camembert or brie variation. I prefer Le grande rustique here, or Le Delice.

I might also try a Gudbrandsdalsost, or other brown cheese, to go along with the sweetness instead of counteracting it. But it will probably more of a gimmick.

It mostly depends what is sold in your area, cheese is more regional then you think.

Doc Walrus
Jan 2, 2014

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I see shitposts on the way

tonberrytoby posted:

Probably something intense with medium saltiness to contrast the sweetness and a hard texture to go against the mushiness of the other ingredients. Last time I made something remotely similar I went for a Kristallkäse, that is a especially crunchy Le Gruyère.
If it was sliced meat instead of shredded, I would go for an intense camembert or brie variation. I prefer Le grande rustique here, or Le Delice.

I might also try a Gudbrandsdalsost, or other brown cheese, to go along with the sweetness instead of counteracting it. But it will probably more of a gimmick.

It mostly depends what is sold in your area, cheese is more regional then you think.

Groovy, I'll look for those. I know that I can get my hands on some nice aged gouda or manchego here in Austin, TX-- would those work, or are they not intense enough?

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tonberrytoby
Feb 29, 2012

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Doc Walrus posted:

Groovy, I'll look for those. I know that I can get my hands on some nice aged gouda or manchego here in Austin, TX-- would those work, or are they not intense enough?
I would be more concerned with texture then with the intensity of taste. Just try them. Personally I find aged gouda to sour for my taste, but that is a personal thing.
I just thought about it, but a nice refreshing and milder option would be young manchego.

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