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Old 11-14-2006, 10:25 PM   #11
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the site igourmet.com is an excellent source for ordering cheese.
Do you like stinky-foot cheeses, or milder, or blue. it is hard to suggest without a kind of context.

Not French, but Roaring Forties Blue, an Australian blue, is DElicious. I also basically prefer an Auvergne blue to Roquefort--creamier.
And Cambazole is out of sight good. Gorgonzola dolce also.

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Old 11-15-2006, 03:57 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by ChefJune
can't believe you turned down the Reblochon, Clive! It's one of my favorites (and quite good with Lagavullin, I might add! )
Yes, June - on second thoughts, I can't believe it either - I think I got a pang of conscience when I looked inside the bag and saw ALL those lumps of cheese together.

Now there's another bazaar this weekend... perhaps, just perhaps....

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Old 11-15-2006, 10:18 AM   #13
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Gretchen, I've never met a cheese I didn't like, except for cottage cheese. I think it was the concept of curds & whey that bothered me. But my youngest grandson loves it, and now has me liking it, too. I'd never thought of seasoning it with salt & pepper, and that makes all the differrence.

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