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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by jeff_bass28, Sep 19, 2006.
So, who CUT THE CHEESE?
Must have been a Frenchman, Americans have no real cheese to call their own...
sure they do, it just doesnt smell/taste
Yeah, but I am Passinwind, and some of you are not!
I just have one word for you :
The Latin of Cheeses.
Cheese is proof that God loves us, and wants us to carry a few extra pounds so we don't freeze to death in the winter.
I eat some every day.
Really? I find cheddar quite revolting but I like Monterey Jack, Colby, and even Colby-Jack. You're all in a heap over cheese!
I learned this in science class:
A group of animals is considered a species when they only only mate with other animals in that group in order to produce fertile offspring.
So, because Swiss and mozzerralla can't have a baby, they are different types of chese
Come back, ONE YEAR!
Looks like all the cheese has been used up by other countries.
Look up Velveeta!!
or maybe try cheez wiz
or easy cheese
it comes in squirt cans. How about cream cheese??
You definitely need to try head-cheese!!!!!!!!!!!
Seriously , Colby, Brick, Monterrey Jack are all American cheeses and I am sure there are others.
Show me some good sour mash or bourbon whiskey made anywhere besides Kentucky or Tennessee?
I like cheese.
Not if i have a choice... My choise cheese that goes on my burger is blue cheese. Then again... its always my choice... i am eating blue cheese as we speak... it's like crack.
The subject of whether or not America has it's own cheese identity has been used by Vegan Radicals for years as a diversion to shield the development of their most vile concoction...
I can't believe you played right into their hands, Mr. Lindfield. They used your own love of cheese against you.
Look it up in Wikipedia - it was "invented" in 1982 by the British Milk Marketing Board!!
Ah yes...Bruce Lindfield. King of Cheese.
The thing I find amusing about all this is that a while back Lindfield went on and on about the amazing food in England. Then when he was questioned about what food he was talking about it was all food that originated from different places outside of England like India, Greece, etc...
So, Bruce, why can't England come up with any original food of their own that's actually good? What have you been doing this last 1000 years?!
I live in Europe - I travel around it as much as I can - I have no national pride about England really and do like all types of European food - but I already gave the
answer in a previous post - so Lymeswold Cheese was developed in 1982 by the English Milk Marketing board - keep up!!
fish n chips is bloody good mate
Actually the big new food thing that has been invented (comparatively) recently in England is "Balti" - so it didn't exist in India/Pakistan/Bangladesh but has been developed as a new culinary form by immigrants from those countries, to become the most popular dish in the country!!
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