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Favourite Cheese 15:39 - Sep 9 with 2514 viewsBrianMcCarthy

Time we resurrected one of our favourite threads.

I was told I was lactose-intolerant (among other intolerances) many years ago and had to cut out all cheese. Now, as a result of minding myself and my diet for years I can eat cheese again.

So, currently in the Pyrenees, I’m enjoying a glass of Corbieres and some Roquefort. Amazing combination.

I’m saying it now. Roquefort is my favourite.

Mind you, I’m now able to sample the LFW suggestions!

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Favourite Cheese on 15:56 - Sep 9 with 1413 viewsBoston

Swiss, but only the holes

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Favourite Cheese on 16:06 - Sep 9 with 1386 views2Thomas2Bowles

Farmhouse cheddar
A good camembert
Halloumi
A good herb feta

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Favourite Cheese on 16:45 - Sep 9 with 1351 viewsaston_hoop



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Favourite Cheese on 16:56 - Sep 9 with 1334 viewscolinallcars

I like Wensleydale, a nice dry tasting cheese. And most hard goat cheese.
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Favourite Cheese on 17:04 - Sep 9 with 1321 viewsDorse

Four posts in and still no-one has said 'Nob'. Kudos all round.

That blue Brie stuff, Cambozola, for me. Very nice indeed.

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Favourite Cheese on 17:11 - Sep 9 with 1313 viewsDannyPaddox

I once said to a French girl, “I love your country apart from the wine and the cheeses. They’re not all that really” Surprised she didn’t attack me and actually carried on the conversation I asked her what she thought the best French was. She answered Crotin De Chavignol. I remembered the name and a year later in France I tried some. I’m not a massive fan of goats cheese but this is delicious. Not too strong but lots of subtle flavours. Strangely refreshing.



Btw: Brian, in the Pyrenees, if you’re anywhere near Ax-Les-Thermes, it’s well worth a visit.
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Favourite Cheese on 17:13 - Sep 9 with 1309 viewsrunningman75

Manchego
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Favourite Cheese on 17:25 - Sep 9 with 1289 viewsNed_Kennedys

Anyone been here?

https://www.thecheesebar.com/seven-dials/
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Favourite Cheese on 17:44 - Sep 9 with 1266 viewsSnipper

Am I the only one who hates cheese? When I say cheese, I mean lumps of cheese. Melted cheese on a pizza don’t count, as the other stuff on there masks it.

I bloody hate cheese.
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Favourite Cheese on 18:12 - Sep 9 with 1238 viewsdannyblue

Love the brebis in the Pyrenees. The ewe’s cheese. Like ossau iraty. Preferably unpasteurised direct from a farm.

I like saint felicien a lot too
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Favourite Cheese on 18:22 - Sep 9 with 1233 viewsPlanetHonneywood

Favourite Cheese on 17:44 - Sep 9 by Snipper

Am I the only one who hates cheese? When I say cheese, I mean lumps of cheese. Melted cheese on a pizza don’t count, as the other stuff on there masks it.

I bloody hate cheese.


Bleu des Basques has rocketed to the top of the of the pile for me. Can be found in Borough Market and I’ve also found it in Harrison’s in Pitzhanger Lane.

With age, I find I’m purchasing more blue cheeses: Cashel, Stilton and Roquefort are all blinding. but I won’t turn my nose up at a good goats cheese, a Yarg and a pwaper cheddar are delicious.

If you do splash out on a good hard cheese (and some soft ones) try a little dash of truffle infused honey. I was in a restaurant in France three years back and when the waiter offered a dash I was a bit nahhh at first. Now, it seems only natural. Bit pricey, but you’ll thank me later....

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Favourite Cheese on 19:58 - Sep 9 with 1186 viewsEsox_Lucius

Gorgonzola Picante with a chilled Pouilly-Fumé for me as a treat at Christmas.

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Favourite Cheese on 20:01 - Sep 9 with 1181 viewsWokingR

Sussex Blue.
It's a blue cheese, but it's red.
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Favourite Cheese on 21:04 - Sep 9 with 1145 viewsFredManRave

If you like Roquefort Brian and you like a good sausage then may I recommend the following cheesy sausage;

Chorizo with Roquefort. Literally had it for lunch yesterday. There was a party in my mouth.


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Favourite Cheese on 23:32 - Sep 9 with 1065 viewsloftboy

Extra mature cheddar, farmhouse cheddar, discovered a cove cheddar from Cornwall in M & S the other week which was lovely.
I have never tried any soft cheese as I can’t stand the texture, and refuse point blank to try any of the Brie my girlfriend has in the fridge.

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Favourite Cheese on 23:50 - Sep 9 with 1051 viewsCliveWilsonSaid

Wookey Hole Cheddar, Gorwydd Caerphilly. I also like those slices of Jarlsburg you get in packets, just role them up and chomp on them as they are.
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Favourite Cheese on 05:29 - Sep 10 with 999 viewsWokingR

Favourite Cheese on 21:04 - Sep 9 by FredManRave

If you like Roquefort Brian and you like a good sausage then may I recommend the following cheesy sausage;

Chorizo with Roquefort. Literally had it for lunch yesterday. There was a party in my mouth.



Where did you get those?
That's making my mouth water
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Favourite Cheese on 06:01 - Sep 10 with 995 viewsBazzaInTheLoft

Favourite Cheese on 17:25 - Sep 9 by Ned_Kennedys

Anyone been here?

https://www.thecheesebar.com/seven-dials/


The Shareef don’t like it...
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Favourite Cheese on 07:46 - Sep 10 with 953 viewsHantsR

Venezuelan Beaver cheese is a classic, my local shop seems to be right out of it just now.

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Favourite Cheese on 08:23 - Sep 10 with 931 viewsMetallica_Hoop




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Favourite Cheese on 08:38 - Sep 10 with 923 viewsOrthodox_Hoop

There's a Cheese Deli on Northfields Avenue, went there recently and got an extra mature cheddar called Black Bomber... best cheese I've had in recent memory.
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Favourite Cheese on 10:42 - Sep 10 with 880 viewsMetallica_Hoop

Favourite Cheese on 08:38 - Sep 10 by Orthodox_Hoop

There's a Cheese Deli on Northfields Avenue, went there recently and got an extra mature cheddar called Black Bomber... best cheese I've had in recent memory.


If it's the one that comes in the Black Wax all their cheeses are rather tasty.

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Favourite Cheese on 10:46 - Sep 10 with 876 viewsHayesender

A nice classic extra mature Canadian cheddar. Might have to pop out later and get some and a jar of piccalily

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Favourite Cheese on 10:48 - Sep 10 with 873 viewsToast_R

Port Salut, Leerdammer and Gouda. Can't go wrong.

Quite like that Mexican Cheddar from Tesco, always buy a generous slice for Xmas.
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Favourite Cheese on 10:56 - Sep 10 with 862 viewsCliveWilsonSaid

Favourite Cheese on 10:48 - Sep 10 by Toast_R

Port Salut, Leerdammer and Gouda. Can't go wrong.

Quite like that Mexican Cheddar from Tesco, always buy a generous slice for Xmas.


I went off Port Salut for a while but got some on offer last week. Was rather nice.

Leerdammer is similar to Jarlsburg I seem to remember. Has a nice nutty flavour.
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