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    Brie and gouda are a couple of my favorites.

    Every time someone mention's TJ's the more I miss it, one of the few things from Socal I wish we had in Idaho.

    We are supposed to get a whole foods, but it doesn't have the charm and the cool food TJ's gets.

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    I don't discriminate against cheeses. I love them all! Put a plate of any of them in front of me and I'll devour them. Watch out!

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    I am a cheese lover as well and like just about everything that I have tasted except goat cheese. Favorites; Any sharp cheddar, swiss, gorgonzola.
    Favorite use of a cheese so far; wife makes a sandwich using an herbed focacia bread, and chipotle mayo. On that she puts grilled portabella mushrooms ( grilled w/ olive oil,w/seasonings), grilled red bell peppers, and grilled vidalia oninons. All that w/ large pieces of Fontina cheese. Yum!

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    My chick introduced me to muenster and now I can't get enough of the stuff.



    But my personal favorite is still good ol' sharp cheddar.
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    Boschetto al Tartufo Bianchetto - it's a blend of cow's and sheep's milk with shaved white truffle. It's melt in your mouth good. Try it in a grilled cheese sandwich. WOW.

    I'm also a fan of Idiazabal and for blue-type cheese, Cabrales.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cross Traffic View Post
    Brie and gouda are a couple of my favorites.
    Good gouda just rocks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hockeychick View Post
    I don't discriminate against cheeses. I love them all! Put a plate of any of them in front of me and I'll devour them. Watch out!
    same here.

    right now, i'm really digging on the Basque Shepherd's cheese from Trader Joes... actually, i'm really preferring any cheese made from Sheep's milk lately.

    if any of you hit the Bevmo for some reason, on your way out, grab some of the dill Havarti. that s*** is always a hit at gatherings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ianmonsta View Post
    Cheese aficionados, whats your favorite?

    Mine is Dubliner Irish Cheddar, a great cheese by itself or on a salad & goes great with a pint of Guinness.

    Kerrygold Dubliner Irish Cheese 7oz: Food Ireland - Irish Food & Gift Store

    +1, also available at Costco!

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    I love the cheese guy at Comme Ca or Sona.
    He creates a story going clockwise on the plate for you.
    Try this cheese with this date, softer cheeses near the end, etc etc...special farm, happy sheep, blah blah artisanal fromagerie, French cows whatevers...

    He is so serious! And he knows his cheese.
    I love that guy!!

    I'm no cheese snob, I eat all of it. Yum.

    I will say that Nature Mart has a great unpasteurized jack cheese that I like a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gescom View Post
    same here.

    right now, i'm really digging on the Basque Shepherd's cheese from Trader Joes... actually, i'm really preferring any cheese made from Sheep's milk lately.

    if any of you hit the Bevmo for some reason, on your way out, grab some of the dill Havarti. that s*** is always a hit at gatherings.
    I just might have to try that....sounds tasty!!

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