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Persilot
(acolyte)
01/12/07 08:43 PM
The cheese forum  

I feel there should be a forum where honest God fearing Bowie fans can discuss their favourite cheeses. Whether it be Chedder, Lancashire creamy or even BabyBell, the fact there is nowhere to discuss yummy cowproducts is a disgrace that I demand be rectified as soon as possible. If this isn't dealt with in a timley and prompt fashion, I shall construct weapons made out of cheese wax and go on a psycho cheese killer frenzy. Beware! Udder destruction will follow me!!!

PORK SCRATCHINGS!!! Art thou insane? Myspace.

Adam
(cricket menace)
01/12/07 09:09 PM
courtesy of rose_stardust new [re: Persilot]  

Sounds like the Bowie and Cheese Club was right on track (until it got taken over by spam).



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Mxy
(crash course raver)
01/13/07 04:49 PM
Re: The cheese forum new [re: Persilot]  

I once moderated a forum about cheese.

Before you say antyhing, NO, I'm not interested in being mod of TW's cheese forum. My previous experience didn't end well.

One day, Effee died.


WildWind
(acolyte)
01/13/07 07:40 PM
Most of what we do is cheesy new [re: Persilot]  

The hardest thing about being lactose intolerant is not being able to enjoy fine cheese very often. Sometimes I just consume massive amounts of Lactaid and go for broke. Yesterday I had some gruyere that was perfectly heavenly.

Sometimes I feel the need to move on. So I pack a bag and move on.

ghostlove
(cracked actor)
01/15/07 12:36 PM
Re: The cheese forum new [re: Mxy]  

I like cheese but unfortunately I have to love it in moderation. It leaves me feeling icky later and sometimes constipated.

On the subject, though, there are many cheeses that I like but especially sharp cheddar, mozzarella, montery jack(mexican food), and swiss(with mushrooms, its almost perfect). There are also too many cheeses that go good with crackers or toast like brie and gouda. I'm also a fan of bleu cheese dressing for salads.

That are not too many cheeses I recall that are bad but there is one in particular that does not play well with my tongue. I don't know if American cheese is technically cheese, but I am not a big fan of that. I guess on cheeseburgers and chili dogs it is ok but that is it. By itself, it's tasteless, oily, and has a weird, almost rubbery texture. Not good, my friends.



JarethsGirl
(stardust savant)
01/15/07 05:12 PM
Re: The cheese forum new [re: Persilot]  

I've always been a cheese fanatic. You know how kids eat weird stuff by itsself? Like, salt, butter, ketchup, the like.. I was like that with cheese, even melted cheese. And for one reason or another, I sometimes completely lose my appetite for days at a time (it always comes back with avengeance) and milk and mild cheeses are the two sure things I can muscle down.

I've never met a cheese I didn't like, but big props up to:

Mozzarella
Brick
Provolone
Pepper Jack
Asiago
and Gorgonzola

"What I learned from the future is Sharpie markers will replace facial hair and all men are impotent except Sean Connery. The future looks bright." - T.P. on Zardoz

Froggy Starlust
(acolyte)
01/15/07 07:40 PM
Forgive them, for they know not what to eat new [re: Persilot]  

Ha ha ha ha ha ha! You guys are pathetic. All that's been mentioned so far is more insipid than an old bar of soap.

Seriously, you all need to spend time in France and try the real things:







Ha ha ha ha ha ha!

"This is very good, but please don't do it again." - Grandma on my roasted camembert recipe

Persilot
(acolyte)
01/15/07 08:28 PM
Re: Forgive them, for they know not what to eat new [re: Froggy Starlust]  

You can take your stinky French cheeses and stick them where the sun don't shine. Give me Cheddar, Lancashire Creamy, Stilton, Red Leicester, Wensleydale and Double Gloucester any day over your putrid French filth.

Actually what am I talking about...? I love French cheese. I'm just sick of them thinking they're the greatest cheese makers in the world. Pardon for my xenophobic rant, I love all the citizens of the world who embrace the joy of cheese.

PORK SCRATCHINGS!!! Art thou insane? Myspace.

Monkeyboy
(band intro)
01/15/07 08:42 PM
Ew...your cheese has mold! new [re: Froggy Starlust]  

And you have to slice it!

You fucking fags don't know what real cheese is:



or, if you are looking for a variation:



No wonder your country sucks.

Please visit my Message Board so I can ban you.

Strawman
(chameleon, comedian, corinthian and caricature)
01/16/07 06:49 AM
Re: The cheese forum new [re: Persilot]  

Is there a serious build-up of cheese beneath your foreskin, Percy? I think there is, and I also think you're constantly bringing up the subject of cheese because of it.

You need to get laid, young man - that would help clear the cheese, because I'd prefer to believe that the prospect of a shag would make you more hygienically aware.

Or have I got it completely wrong and you are sexually active and you've recently caught a dose of thrush?

And that isn't a cue for a yoghurt forum.



Froggy Starlust
(acolyte)
01/16/07 08:26 AM
Re: Forgive them, for they know not what to eat new [re: Persilot]  

In reply to:

Wensleydale


You're aware this one is made of modeling clay?

In reply to:

thinking they're the greatest cheese makers


But that's the truth!

"This is very good, but please don't do it again." - Grandma on my roasted camembert recipe

Froggy Starlust
(acolyte)
01/16/07 11:02 AM
Re: The cheese forum new [re: Persilot]  

You misspelt "timely", by the way.

"This is very good, but please don't do it again." - Grandma on my roasted camembert recipe

theidiot2
(wild eyed peoploid)
01/16/07 11:29 AM
Re: The cheese forum new [re: Persilot]  

At the moment I think Comté is my favourite. That or Époisses.


Temperature's rising, but any idiot would know that...

Persilot
(acolyte)
01/16/07 12:09 PM
Re: The cheese forum new [re: Strawman]  

Strawman, you're as bad as Freud. Everything comes back to sex for you doesn't it? Your obsession with cheese... I could almost say you're 'crackers'!

Oh and as to my typo... considering how pissed I was and the fact that I don't even remember making the post in the first place, I'm going to offer no apology nor correct it.

PORK SCRATCHINGS!!! Art thou insane? Myspace.

Tin
(stardust savant)
01/17/07 03:31 PM
but is it cheese? you bet! new [re: WildWind]  

Hey WW, I, too, am lactose intolerant and have found two real cheeses w/o lactose for good eats. One is by Finlandia, swiss w/o lactose and low fat, but good... since it is still dairy based. Trader Joe's carries it.

The second is harder to come by, but worth is it for pizza, lazagna and other mozzerella needs. That would be buffalo mozzerella, soft like the cow kind, but no lactose. Yee-haw!

Otherwise, I do what you do when I need a different dairy fix... load up on the Lactaid.



It is my opinion and I am unanimous in this, because it is my opinion, which is, in fact, mine.

Strawman
(chameleon, comedian, corinthian and caricature)
01/17/07 05:26 PM
Re: but is it cheese? you bet! new [re: Tin]  

I really feel for those unfortunate people who're lactose intolerant...

In fact, I really feel fine.



Vanessa_Y
(cracked actor)
01/18/07 10:49 PM
Re: but is it cheese? you bet! new [re: Strawman]  

I do too!

I love cheese. I love to buy those cheese balls that have almond slivers pressed into the outside. I also love jalapeno swiss, or cheddar.
The only kind of cheese I've had that I dislike is Blu Cheese. It is okay if crumbled into a salad with plenty of other things, but the taste is too sharp and ...BLECH for me.
My BF Knows a guy from austria who never had the stuff in the can before. He was intriqued about it. He even took a can home for his family.

Insanity in individuals is something rare - but in groups, parties, nations and epochs, it is the rule.
Friedrich Nietzsche


WildWind
(acolyte)
01/24/07 11:42 PM
Dairy challenged new [re: Tin]  

In reply to:

One is by Finlandia, swiss w/o lactose and low fat, but good... since it is still dairy based. Trader Joe's carries it.


Y'know, I've heard good things about the lactose-free cheese they have at Trader Joe's. That's all the dude told me - that there's good lactose-free cheese at Trader Joe's. It must be this one. I'll have to check it out next time I'm in CA.

In reply to:

The second is harder to come by, but worth is it for pizza, lazagna and other mozzerella needs. That would be buffalo mozzerella, soft like the cow kind, but no lactose. Yee-haw!


Would you happen to know if this is what they use in their lactose-free pizzas at Amici's? 'Cause whatever they use is effin' GOOD, and I'd really like to know what it is. I guess I could just ask them, but what fun would that be?

Sometimes I feel the need to move on. So I pack a bag and move on.

Rose_Stardust
(cracked actor)
03/03/07 10:23 AM
Re: courtesy of rose_stardust new [re: Adam]  

I have reclaimed the cheese.

he bought me a soda and he tried to molest me in the parking lot

Emil
(acolyte)
03/05/07 07:12 AM
Re: Ew...your cheese has mold! new [re: Monkeyboy]  

In reply to:

And you have to slice it!

You fucking fags don't know what real cheese is:
(...)
or, if you are looking for a variation:
(...)
No wonder your country sucks.


Monkeyboy, you'd feel at home in Norway! Norway has two kinds of cheese: Yellow cheese, and Brown cheese. (And yes, that's the proper names.) No fancy names, no confusion. Lately, there has also been attempt to introduce light yellow and brown cheese.

Thank God I moved back to Sweden. We have cheese.

It's LABRYNTH, idiot!


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