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View ex hibitionist's Profile ex hibitionist Flag Hastings 02 Nov 15 8.41pm Send a Private Message to ex hibitionist Add ex hibitionist as a friend

Every time I'm at some tawdry function or training day and there's a selection of cheeses I always trot out my boring opinion thus: "the county of Leicestershire is responsible for two cheeses each of primary colour - the blue Stilton, quite possibly the finest cheese of its type, and Leicester Red which may be the worst cheese there is." It's always a sweaty luke warm lump of blandness usually alone on a pleated paper plate with maybe a few crisps lurking nearby. I've had some nasty value cheese spreads whose pungent taste reminds one of poor hygene in either the sock or y-front regions, and pineapple in cottage cheese or made up ones like Limeswold or Cracker Barrel (advertised by Harvey 'two fingers' Smith for thosde of you old enough to remember) may compete. I look forward to your tales of cheesy unpleasantness, but I stand four square in my judgement that Leicester Red is the worst and naffest cheese in existence (this will be my last food thread - I promise). Is there a worse cheese? If so then kindly forewarn us with your anecdotes of cheese. [Link]

 

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View becky's Profile becky Flag over the moon 02 Nov 15 9.13pm Send a Private Message to becky Holmesdale Online Elite Member Add becky as a friend

No! I have to defend Red Leicester - when melted under a really hot grill onto thick white toast it develops a whole new life as a lovely, oily, nutty flavoured entity. That alone is it's saving grace.

I concede that I would never consider eating it in it's 'raw' form.......

 


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Edam. Like chewing into a piece of rubber. With less flavour.

 

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View collier row eagle's Profile collier row eagle Flag romford essex via another galaxy 02 Nov 15 11.51pm Send a Private Message to collier row eagle Holmesdale Online Elite Member Add collier row eagle as a friend

I hear helmet cheese is not nice, never had it myself mind...

 

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ANY Cheese labelled 'Mild'

I mean, whats the effin' point in mild cheese?

 


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DairyLea Triangles - only useful as putty (and tastes the same).

 


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I don't like any of those ones with blue veins. Reminds me of old ladies legs.

 




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Hoof Hearted 03 Nov 15 10.38am

Quote collier row eagle at 02 Nov 2015 11.51pm

I hear helmet cheese is not nice, never had it myself mind...


Also known as Helmetdale or Blueveiny!

All French runny cheese is pants or bland rubbery stuff like Edam.

I like extra mature cheddar and stilton best of all.

If I'm having a dinner party I might go for some trendy specialist cheese with chillies or fruit in for a bit of a laugh/talking point, but make sure I have a good cheddar and stilton, good fresh crackers, relish and grapes..... oh and a vintage port.

 

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View chris123's Profile chris123 Online Flag hove actually 03 Nov 15 11.24am Send a Private Message to chris123 Add chris123 as a friend

Venezuelan Beaver cheese.

 

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View jason7's Profile jason7 Flag croydon 03 Nov 15 11.27am Send a Private Message to jason7 Add jason7 as a friend

Camembert cheese-cut of the top put in slices of garlic,bake in the oven for 20 minutes and serve with cut up french loaf.Dipping in the gooey cheese.Food of the gods.

 

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View mr. apollo's Profile mr. apollo Flag Somewhere in Switzerland 03 Nov 15 12.30pm Send a Private Message to mr. apollo Add mr. apollo as a friend

Camembert;

It's a bit runny...
I don't care how f#cking runny it is, bring forth hither le fromage de la belle France.

Seriously only way to eat it is to heat whole round in oven, then flambé it in Calvados , either that or leave it on the cheese shop shelf.

... What a senseless waste of human life..

 


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View jason7's Profile jason7 Flag croydon 03 Nov 15 12.35pm Send a Private Message to jason7 Add jason7 as a friend

"wensleydale"
"yes sir"

 

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