I Like Cheese

I recently had found a really nice smoked scamorza mozzarella.
I had it in a panini with pestrami, it was fantastic!

So, What cheese is you favourite or what cheese have you recently discovered?

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congrats!

I love emmental cheese and gruyere cheese, both of which you can’t find where I live; and if you do ever see it, u can’t afford it, rofl

i have been able to eat brie or camembert a few times this last decade, so i can’t rly complain i guess

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Too bad, Cheese likes chocolate milk.

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There’s this one cheese that my grandma brought from one of her trips that I never found the name of it and haven’t had that taste since, it’s my favorite but unfortunatelly that’s my suffering…

But here, have a pão de queijo
Literally means cheese bread, a traditional recipe from Minas Gerais, and it’s the best thing in this fucking world.

http://www.gastronomiarural.com.br/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/Receita-de-Pão-de-Queijo-Mineiro-gastronomia-rural.jpg

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Where do you live I could send you some we have lots here!

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Being half Swiss, cheese is life!! Any cheese, all cheese, especially cheese! Xx

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Completely agree with @Enki , Pão de queijo is one of the best dishes I’ve ever eaten :sparkling_heart: .I believe that the first time I ate was most probably made by my grandmother (who is practically an expert on the subject :joy: ) and as we lived in different cities at that time, every week that I and my parents went to visit her it was common to have at the table a few cups of coffee and these buns :older_woman::woman_cook::heart:

Nowadays, she does not do it as often as she used to do .-. but in the few times she does, I’m usually helping her do it (best food I’ve ever learned to make :heart_eyes:)

PS: I really like Gorgonzola and Mozzarella cheeses. :3 :yum:

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Egypt, and i do appreciate it but 1. it will never reach me, it will get “lost” along the way; 2. even if it did, it would completely melt beforehand, lol

for some weird reason, there’s plenty of stuff they just don’t import or want to produce here, take fizzy drinks for example, coke, pepsi, fanta, 7up, sprite, they all have plants here (well i guess basically those r all owned by coke or pepsi anyway), but the only drinks u’ll find here are the regular base drinks or the ‘light’ version, and that’s it, now and then u can find a cherry or vanilla coke or even a dr. pepper (very rarely), but u’ll pay 5 times the price of a regular drink to enjoy that, lol

cheese same problem, it’s either gouda or flamanc (don’t ask, that’s just what they call it here, must be an attribution to Flanders, where I’m actually from, but i wouldn’t know what its real name is, lol), turkish (istanbuli they call it, rofl), triangle cheese (type la vache qui rit, don’t know what u call that), and maybe a cheap feta knockoff, and then there’s also disgusting mozarella (i like mozarella, but the stuff here is absolute fatty and disgusting crap)

and chocolate :cry::cry::cry::cry::cry:, it’s either mars, snickers, twix, or cadbury, or u can spend your whole salary on a few tablets of Lindt and maybe every 2 years u can do so on Cote d’Or :cry::cry::cry::cry::cry::cry:

and i used to live on chocolate in belgium…

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I’m gonna try this one!
Found this:

https://www.thekitchn.com/how-to-make-po-de-queijo-brazilian-cheese-bread-cooking-lessons-from-the-kitchn-176118

And I love Brie, Gorgonzola and Parmigiano (which isn’t parmesan) :yum:

https://www.gustissimo.it/articoli/ingredienti/formaggi-latticini/brie.jpg

http://www.teatronaturale.it/media/img/cibo/2016/Parmigiano-Reggiano-Dop.jpg

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Danish Feta. Nice cheese with non-animal rennet

As Lupe Fiasco says

Stack dat cheese

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“its cheese flavor was so haunting that I had to eat several more just to fix it in my mind”

Happens all the time. :ok_hand:

Please give us some feedback later when you do it, hopefully you nail the recipe because it’s one of those that you have to make it perfectly and since you haven’t had before it’s going to be a mistery! And grannies love to keep the recipes as a secret :rofl:

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OMG I had similar cheese balls in a bakery next to my home
but the bakery got closed before I could ask the name. :frowning:

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I’ll do my best, @Enki Senpai!

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real men have chocolate salty balls

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I’ve seen it coming XD

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this video is so good.

be me
see unregistered hypercam 2
forget everything else

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That’s a very simple recipe, I just might give it a go some day. I even have all the ingredients at home already.

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I like most cheese (except blue, that stuff is foul). On a cracker I am most partial to brie but I did like the old 5 counties back in the day
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It combines 5 English cheeses Cheddar, Cheshire, Derby, Double Gloucester and Red Leicester.

If you like brie and hate blue cheese in my books you are

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As a American, Cheese is quite literally on almost everything but my top 3 favorite are Sharp Cheddar, Swiss, & White American cheese.

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As an american, i wish cheese was on more things

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