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tinpis
23rd Jul 2006, 04:06
I love Havarti the stinkier the better .
Are there any stinkier ones that I should try? http://www.augk18.dsl.pipex.com/Smileys/fart2.gif :E

Aviation content:Cheese and bikkies with the Chief pilot.

rotated
23rd Jul 2006, 04:22
Vieux Boulogne, a soft cheese from northern France, beat 14 other whiffy varieties in tests. http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/england/beds/bucks/herts/4044703.stm

7gcbc
23rd Jul 2006, 04:22
Epoisses, goes well with any acidic/citrius-ish white.

One of the things I miss about euroland is the variety of cheese, here in OZ you have
to go to a specialist shop and pay through the nez :) DJ's have a reasonable selection, but unpasturised cheeses are not popular.

AcroChik
23rd Jul 2006, 05:08
Most cheese in Oz & Aotearoa reminds me of blocks of soap.

Tastes about the same.

Barkly1992
23rd Jul 2006, 09:00
Rubbish - but I must have view about everything.

Oz cheeses are as good and as flavoursome as any in the world - just don't buy it in supermarkets.

Try Delis

:p

squidge
23rd Jul 2006, 09:21
Try Stinking Bishop - i understand its a little pungent!:ooh:

27mm
24th Jul 2006, 10:00
Stinking Bish is indeed very smelly, but try Limburger too - ordered some (among others on a mixed cheese plate) from Room service one night in Aachen and when it arrived, thought someone's dog had left a No 2 on the plate.....

ORAC
24th Jul 2006, 10:19
The Cheese Diaries (http://www.rurou.org/archives/cat_cheese_reviews.html) :cool:

tinpis
24th Jul 2006, 11:33
:uhoh: ORAC thanks....erm...do you know any of these people?

colmac747
24th Jul 2006, 12:29
Very partial to 'The King of Cheeses' - Roquefort:ok:

cyclicmicky
24th Jul 2006, 15:20
St Agur is quite nice...got to let it go a bit runny though:}

tart1
24th Jul 2006, 15:26
Roquefort and St Agur both very nice, I agree. But if I haven't managed to buy from a proper cheese specialist and have bought in the supermarket, then I always leave them until a few days/a week after the sell-by date. They have developed a better flavour by then.

Others in the vicinity find this a disgusting thing to do. They also found the Morbier I was eating recently to be very disgusting. I have to admit, it was a bit too much (smell and taste) even for me! :ooh: :ooh:

Most important point about enjoying cheese: eat it at room temperature. The flavour will be less if served chilled.

MadsDad
24th Jul 2006, 17:01
Try Pont L'Eveque.

After a 24 hour journey by (over-heated) ferry and train.

I wasn't allowed to bring it into the house.