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Old 07-16-2011, 01:51 PM   #41
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Mmmmmmm cheese. One of the most important food bandaids around and so amazing all on its own.

I am not a fan of bleu on its own, but in stuff...WOW. Otherwise, I'm hard pressed to name a cheese I didn't love. I prefer the soft cheeses with a good sesame cracker but the really old cheddars are amazing all on their own or with a slice of Granny smith apple.

No one has mentioned Imperial cheese yet. I figured GW would have had that in his list! MMMMMMMM! Now I have to go raid MY fridge too!
You should try aged good cheddar with a slice of fresh watermelon :) Yummy!
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Old 07-16-2011, 02:03 PM   #42
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No one has mentioned Imperial cheese yet. I figured GW would have had that in his list! MMMMMMMM! Now I have to go raid MY fridge too!
Are you speaking of the Canadian stuff in a little red tub, Alix? My mom's absolute favorite! Yearly we would have to cross the border and raid the stores for it, often hard to find. I will have to see if I can get some online!

Many jokes were made at Mom's expense due to her love of Imperial Cheese.
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You should try aged good cheddar with a slice of fresh watermelon :) Yummy!
I've had cheese with almost every fruit. Watermelon is OK, but a good Granny has my vote for a complement to sharp aged cheddar. I'm a slob...watermelon is messy!

Dawgluver - YES! That tub of deliciousness was my Dad's favorite, and I learned to love it too. Its especially good with those cute little sesame/rice crackers from Costco.
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Dawgluver - YES! That tub of deliciousness was my Dad's favorite, and I learned to love it too. Its especially good with those cute little sesame/rice crackers from Costco.
Alix, do they carry Imperial at Costco in the States? I love the stuff too. It's like $9 plus shipping online.
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I don't know about Costco in the US. I'm in Alberta and I can find it everywhere here. Check the Costco online thing its usually pretty accurate.

I'd send you some, but shipping from here is HORRENDOUS.
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I don't know about Costco in the US. I'm in Alberta and I can find it everywhere here. Check the Costco online thing its usually pretty accurate.

I'd send you some, but shipping from here is HORRENDOUS.
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Ya ya ya. And the "Alberta cold front" is responsible for your crummy weather too.

Don't get me started on Canada Post...you guys can complain all you like, but you don't know the half of it!
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"Blame Canada! Blame Canada!"

Stop it! I already gave you rep points and have to spread it around. No more funnies from you!
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Ya ya ya. And the "Alberta cold front" is responsible for your crummy weather too.

Don't get me started on Canada Post...you guys can complain all you like, but you don't know the half of it!
Muahahahahahaha!
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