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Old 05-28-2008, 04:22 PM   #21
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Oh, how could you???? I'm not kissing you tonight!!!
Or I'll have to stuff GARLIC in my nose.

I've never had it; couldn't get past the smell, like busselsprouts, but mom loved it.

You can have my share. I'll die content anyway!
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Old 05-28-2008, 10:00 PM   #22
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Check it out this is my favorite place to get any cheese from any where in the world
igourmet.com - Search Results
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Old 05-29-2008, 08:19 AM   #23
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YOU'RE ABSOLUTELY CORRECT - iGOURMET IS A GREAT PLACE FOR ONLINE CHEESE PURCHASE. I USE IT FREQUENTLY. HOWEVER, I DO PREFER TO VISIT LOCAL CHEESEMONGERS. SURPRISINGLY, HERE, IN THE NORTHERN MICHIGAN "BOONIES" YOU CAN NOW GET GREAT CHEESES AND ENJOY FINE DINING AT NUMEROUS SITES. IN PELLSTON - SECOND ONLY TO FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, AS THE "COLDEST SPOT IN THE USA" - DINING AT THE LOCAL AIRPORT IS "HAUTE CUISINE" AND THE VILLAGE MARKET - RUN BY A TRANSPLANTED CHICAGOAN - WILL "KNOCK YOUR SOCKS OFF" FOR CHEESES, CHOCOLATES AND FINE FOOD. HAVE YOU EVER HEARD OF PELLSTON, MI?
AS YOU MAY KNOW, LIEDERKRANZ IS MADE NO MORE. ALTHOUGH LIMBURGER IS A CLOSE SUBSTITUTE, I WAS SEARCHING FOR LOCAL "LIEDERKRANZ-LIKE" CHEESES. BUT THANKS FOR YOUR TIP. HENRY T.
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