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Old 05-30-2009, 05:00 PM   #1
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Wasabi Cheese

mmmmmm.....
Just tasted, then purchased some wasabi cheddar. I believe it's a young cheddar in that it is rather creamy, still able to slice, though. It is addictive! I think it would be great with roast beef, or on it's own with crackers and beer!

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Old 05-30-2009, 06:57 PM   #2
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Pass me a taste will ya? LOL. Sounds good!
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mmmmmm.....
Just tasted, then purchased some wasabi cheddar. I believe it's a young cheddar in that it is rather creamy, still able to slice, though. It is addictive! I think it would be great with roast beef, or on it's own with crackers and beer!

Hi Kathy - Any details as to where you purchased? Sounds interesting. Also, was it real wasabi, or was it with horseradish?
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probably real wasabi, got it at a local shop known for their great cheese selection
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or on it's own with crackers and beer!
Add some ham or smoked salmon to the cracker and you'll have a very tasty little treat.
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