The Official Wine and Cheese Thread - Gouda IsThe Best

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  1. Yes, Yes It Is!

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  1. jumpman247

    jumpman247

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    ALCON,

    I was sitting here at work enjoying a smoked bacon, egg and gouda on ciabatta bread and I couldn't help but thinking "Is gouda the best cheese ever in the world?


    I think that it is because it melts really good, and taste good on just about everything.


    I think that it is because you can put it on any type of food and it will make it taste better.


    Gouda is basically just good.


    V/r

    -Jumpman247
     
  2. rillo561

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    Love Gouda, but I'm a sharp Cheddar man
     
  3. jumpman247

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    Why are you a sharp man?
     
  4. rillo561

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    Because I like the taste and goes well with a lot of cold cuts.
     
  5. jumpman247

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    I simply cannot argue with that.
     
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  6. Thierry Henry

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    GOAT cheese

    I have fam in Curaçao that brings us a round every time they visit
     
  7. suberzat1

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    Let's make this the official cheese thread or wine and cheese night vol: get them yambs this winter NT

    Gouda is good with cold cuts but I like pepper jack myself.
     
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  8. jvstcrvz

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    Do you.. like.. cheese?
     
  9. jumpman247

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    Good idea!, let's talk about good wines for people on a budget!

    Yambs are on the Trader Joes Charles Shaw, but there are some good wines out there for under 30 bucks that these yambs don't even know about.
     
  10. suberzat1

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    I'm not for Charles Shaw wine it's alright and read it's not good for you.

    Hmmmmm I have two go to wines I love. Let me do some research to see if I can find the names are. They're below $30

    But I would get some cheese, meat and crackers from trader joe's to eat with a chick.
     
  11. jjs07

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    Cheese, bruh :pimp:

    Actually, just about anything but goat.

    You guys need to try some honey glazed, fried manchego. GREAT appetizer.
     
  12. jumpman247

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    Find them and post them.
     
  13. suberzat1

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    I can give you this until I get to the crib for the wine

    Trader joe's pub cheese
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    Trader joe's water crackers
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  14. mojodmonky1

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    im a fatboy so i love me some Fromager d'Affinois. Its like brie on steroid. A lil bit of that with some good bread and prosciutto and I can die a happy (and early) death.

    Its not really made for sandwiches, but if you just cheese for a cheese and charcuterie plate, check out Campo De Montalban. Its a readily available spanish cheese made from cow, sheep, and goats milk. fantastic stuff, not too expensive.

    Raclette is also great melted with some bread.

    humboldt fog is one of my go to goats milk cheeses.