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17th Nov 2011, 06:26 AM
What wonderful cheeses do you have in your kitchen? Please provide photos.
I'm afraid all I have at the moment is some fake Parmesan.
17th Nov 2011, 06:55 AM
I tried to take a photo of my cheese and my mom was like "Umm... What are you doing, exactly?", so I wisely decided to photograph it later. :P
17th Nov 2011, 06:59 AM
NZ is a dairy-producing nation. We make a lot of cheese, mainly for export. Consequently, our dairy cooperative Fontera tends to charge international market prices for our domestic cheeses. This means a block of cheese costs something the way of $10.
This means there is not a lot of cheese in NZ pantries. In a sane world, there would be in mine, my dad being a pork and dairy farmer. All I have is this Ineffable Cheddar.
17th Nov 2011, 07:48 AM
My roommate ate all of my remaining food [including my Muenster and Asiago cheese] while I was gone over the weekend; so now all we have left is his disgusting, plastic cheap-o swiss cheese. Gross.
Revenge will be had...
17th Nov 2011, 12:24 PM
I am not going to photograph the inside of my fridge but I can tell you I have the following in there at the moment:
and 'ooh delicious' specially with fruit cake (that will make all the Americans eeeeuw!)
My all-time favourite
As long as the image names don't give them away, can you tell what they are?
I LOVE English cheeses. I also have Parmesan and Ricotta for cooking purposes.
17th Nov 2011, 12:59 PM
Wish I had cheese, but cheese suddenly got so expensive since I moved to CA years ago from WI... Well to be honest I have fake cheese ::thumbs to box of mac and cheese.
17th Nov 2011, 01:14 PM
We just have the normal cheddar cheese you get from the grocery store. We're not big 'wine and cheese' people in this household. Give use beer and Doritoes any day.
18th Nov 2011, 08:06 AM
THIS (https://www.karouncheese.com/cheeses/braided-string-cheese-marinated-with-olive-oil-and-herbs) is what I just bought myself, hope to god it tastes good.
18th Nov 2011, 08:11 AM
18th Nov 2011, 08:37 AM
Oh man, it is good, though it was tuff getting into the package with two burned thumbs (cooking).
21st Nov 2011, 06:21 AM
This is what I have.
One Boxholms gräddost (for my sandwiches)
One Gäseneost (that my motherinlaw gave my partner and aparently it tastes as weak as my cheese does, he prefers stronger taste on his sandwiches)
And for cooking purposes one parmesan.
21st Nov 2011, 09:56 AM
Well I had five cheeses in my fridge.
Cheddar on the right, parmesan next to that, ricotta in the middle (don't buy it, it tastes like flour), and kraft singles in the background (but I didn't know they were there).
And.... then I found this......
And when I thought the kraft singles weren't in the first pic I did this:
ps I only buy cheese slices to feed to the doggies.... but in future I may buy them for their artistic potential!
21st Nov 2011, 12:52 PM
21st Nov 2011, 05:37 PM
I win for sheer volume, not counting duplicates as my dad will eat an entire package of cheese in one night if he feels so inclined.
Also had some queso fresco I used up yesterday for tacos
It's obligatory for every Texan to have at least one package of pepperjack in their fridge at all times.
And I had cheese hats & magnets. If "Trick or Cheesy Halloween Macaroni" counts as food, so do foam hats fashioned into wedges of cheese. (but I forgot them.)
21st Nov 2011, 08:30 PM
I don't currently have cheese in my fridge, except some ColbyJack slices for sandwiches and a mostly empty container of Kraft parmesan. I am cheese-depleted because my daughter made us lasagne for dinner last night. She puts about 18 different kinds of cheese in it, all purchased from the local(ish) Italian market, and it is delish, albeit guaranteed to give you instantly clogged arteries. However, it also depletes our cheese supply. Must go BUY MOAR CHEESE!
21st Nov 2011, 09:18 PM
Can't take pictures of my cheese stash because my camera battery needs charging and I can't locate the charger.
Anyway, I have this
And this, and also some shredded emmental in a bag. :giggler:
26th Nov 2011, 04:21 PM
26th Nov 2011, 04:23 PM
Well, you can make your own thread about sausages and not cheese.
27th Nov 2011, 12:16 PM
:lovestruc I think I am in love. I love cheese!
...because I am broke at the moment we only have chedder and hard grated cheese for pasta dishes. I would love more different varieties of cheese though. :cool:
27th Nov 2011, 12:22 PM
To be honest I don't know much about different cheeses then to the ones I have been exposed to by family. And those cheeses are not fancy by any means. They are simple cheeses like American cheese wrapped in individual plastic placed in squared plastic packages. And they tend to be generic in brand.
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