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Alright you cheese loving bastards, let the arguing commence.

What's the best? What's the worst? Why do some absolute freaks like blue cheese? Does cheese make you gag? What is the best cheese for a bit of "CHEESE ON"? Why is feta cheese lovely in a salad, but we wouldn't eat it whole?

I have always considered a bit of bavarian smoked my favourite, until I recently had the Waitrose 1 Appleby's Farmhouse Cheshire. which is incredible. I do love a bit of manchego as well, and of course a vintage cheddar.

Over to you.

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34 minutes ago, Lion_of_the_Midlands said:

Halloumi, breaded and deep fried from a chippy. 

Not a proper chippy.

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Halloumi. With chicken thighs and red onion relish. Bit of garlic mayo as well.

Not even a debate.

Edited by AdamTH17

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I bloody love cheese.

Roquefort.. 100%.

The stronger the cheese, the better. Plate of crackers, a bit of caramelised onion chutney, some sliced jalapeños, then I’m sorted for the night.

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Love cheese.  All kinds from the strongest to the mildest.  2 favourites are crumbly farmhouse Lancashire on a sainsburies overbaked cob loaf with real butter, salt and white pepper.  The other one is a strong vintage Stilton on a digestive with a sliced picked onion and a blob of cranberry sauce.  Horny.

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4 hours ago, Thunderplex said:

Love cheese.  All kinds from the strongest to the mildest.  2 favourites are crumbly farmhouse Lancashire on a sainsburies overbaked cob loaf with real butter, salt and white pepper.  The other one is a strong vintage Stilton on a digestive with a sliced picked onion and a blob of cranberry sauce.  Horny.

Choclate on the digestive facing up or down? 

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