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 Post subject: Re: Specialty and fine cheeses
PostPosted: Thu November 05, 2015 3:37 pm 
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So here in the south (the real south, not the lenny south) pimiento cheese has become similar to the craft beer world. There are people all over making "specialty" and "reserve" pimiento cheeses. I just had a "Private Stock" sharp pimiento cheese and it was delicious.

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E.H. Ruddock wrote:
So here in the south (the real south, not the lenny south) pimiento cheese has become similar to the craft beer world. There are people all over making "specialty" and "reserve" pimiento cheeses. I just had a "Private Stock" sharp pimiento cheese and it was delicious.



I still have never tried this before. Need to fix that.


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E.H. Ruddock wrote:
So here in the south (the real south, not the lenny south) pimiento cheese has become similar to the craft beer world. There are people all over making "specialty" and "reserve" pimiento cheeses. I just had a "Private Stock" sharp pimiento cheese and it was delicious.

Is that like special red #10 or how exactly does one define that neck of the south?
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Eating one of the finer cheeses on this planet, Humboldt Fog

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My wife got me an assortment of specialty and fine cheeses that aren't readily available in our area. I'm so excited.

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Ruddo, when you lived out here did you ever go through the town of Sutter Creek up in Gold Country? They have a kick ass little cheese shop there, I can't pass through without stopping


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had some cheese dip with velveeta tonight :thumbsup:

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dpupenya wrote:
Ruddo, when you lived out here did you ever go through the town of Sutter Creek up in Gold Country? They have a kick ass little cheese shop there, I can't pass through without stopping

Went through there but never hit a cheese shop. :/

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Walked out with a nice smoked blue

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Gonna melt some of that blue on my New York tonight. Got a strong ass IPA. Damn right it's a good Hump Day


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What's the rowdiest of roadians favorite cheese?

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Anybody got any suggestions for cheese in the pacific northwest? I'm hoping there'll be a good range at Pike Place Market in Seattle.


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ABNorman wrote:
Anybody got any suggestions for cheese in the pacific northwest? I'm hoping there'll be a good range at Pike Place Market in Seattle.

There is actually a cheese maker in Pike Place market. It is called Beechers and they are great. Go there and get samples and watch them make cheese. Otherwise, go get a nice Humboldt Fog.

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https://munchies.vice.com/en/articles/h ... heesemaker


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So Boars Head makes a Monterey/Bleu cheese that slices easy. It is very delicious on burgers

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i had a nice chunk of cotswold earlier....


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this place is opening a couple blocks from my house in a few weeks...my wife and I are in trouble

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