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Cheese - how amazing is it?

how do you rate cheese?  

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  1. 1. how do you rate cheese?

    • Cheese makes me want to be a better person. It completes me.
    • The only thing more amazing than cheese is more cheese
    • Put it this way - "cheese".
    • It's the answer, and also the question
    • Not so much. I'm some kind of cheesetard.


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On 16/03/2019 at 11:07, Remmie said:

Someone needs kicking to death for the term Cheester, but a cheese egg? What a time to be alive

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No better way to celebrate the resurrection of our Lord Cheeses.

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It always makes my heart sink a bit when I approach a deli counter in a supermarket, hoping for a decent selection of cheeses, but all they've got is varieties of Cheddar with different stuff in it.

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48 minutes ago, thegreatelephant said:

cannot get enough of feta at the minute - body tells you what to crave and who am i to argue with that

Preggo 

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The wife has strict instructions to bring back baguettes and "a fuckload" of great cheese for lunch. Imminent.

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32 minutes ago, Karl_b said:

The wife has strict instructions to bring back baguettes and "a fuckload" of great cheese for lunch. Imminent.

 

fill your boots kid- i envy you. cheese envy.

 

just had a double egg barm with 2 hash browns, mushrooms, onions, peppers.........with some mature cheddar cheese. brown sauce.

 

side order of onion rings and a pot of mushy peas. all veggy and take-out from my mates eatery.

 

cheese made it. because it's John Lord and master

 

performed at a safe distance.

 

 

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Currently under doctor's guidance to put some weight on, seems a medicinal plate of quality cheese and biscuits is essential for this evening's game.

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6 minutes ago, Tony Moanero said:

Spam and cheese, anyone?

 

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Things like that make me wish the Cold War had kicked off 

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7 minutes ago, cloggypop said:

You're too far down the retro hole now Tony. 

Ha ha.

4 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

Things like that make me wish the Cold War had kicked off 

Ha ha. 

 

Not had spam in years but used to like spam fritters. I reckon spam and mozzarella would be sound.

 

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When I visit me Dad he always gives me tins of stuff like tuna etc, I end up carrying them around the pub in a bag, also Spam which I hadn't had for years and found it was alright fried. 

I haven't seen Spam fritters for years either, I wonder if they still do them in the chippy, not down here I think. They were quite nice too. 

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On 29/09/2020 at 18:51, Tony Moanero said:

Ha ha.

Ha ha. 

 

Not had spam in years but used to like spam fritters. I reckon spam and mozzarella would be sound.

 

Who is this Mozzarella guy and can he play in goal? Sale is imminent.

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