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[#] Tue Sep 04 2007 14:27:06 EDT from davew @ Uncensored

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In the UK there is a general, all rounder cheese. Cheddar.

Its popularity does vary slightly depending on region for example in the county of Chesire, Cheshire cheese is a little more popular but still its generally cheddar on a non specific sandwich.

Cheese slices are reserved for burgers from the burger van. 



[#] Tue Sep 04 2007 14:31:12 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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Yes, I suppose if you live near the village of Cheddar, then Cheddar would be the most common cheese. :)

[#] Tue Sep 04 2007 14:47:42 EDT from 2Dog @ Uncensored

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Oh those poor souls who live in the village of Limburger.

[#] Tue Sep 04 2007 16:33:47 EDT from fleeb @ Uncensored

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[#] Tue Sep 04 2007 16:55:16 EDT from Avalondaughter @ Uncensored

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Mon 03 Sep 2007 05:14:38 PM EDT from IGnatius T Foobar@uncnsrd

In my experience, an unqualified reference to "cheese" means either "I don't care what kind of cheese" *or* an expectation that the cook will select the cheese .

And for those of you who are like me and just *love* to eat grilled sandwiches but don't want to shell out $1000 for a sandwich press... a Foreman grill turns out excellent panini, as long as you don't mind there being grill marks on one side of it. Or, if you have a waffle iron that doubles as a griddle, you can put on the griddle plates and then close the iron, which works even better as a poor man's sandwich press.

Whatever happened to the good, old-fashioned, coat the sanwich in butter and cook it in the frying pan and weight it down with a plate?  I don't need any fancy panino (yes folks,  you have one panino, multiple panini, and paninis is just stupid) for just a cheese sandwich.  Heck, as the word panino just meant "sandwich" in Italian, you don't even need to have a fancy panino to have a panino. 

[#] Tue Sep 04 2007 17:18:23 EDT from Peter Pulse @ Uncensored

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I use the George Foreman all the time to make grilled cheese sandwiches all the time.. using that awful fake "American" cheese which is not cheese at all, but I have never been a really big cheese lover, so it doesn't offend me... Two slices of "cheese" between bread, throw it in there and close it, and take it out when its toasted on both sides. It's a far better snack than a lot of things you could eat. But of course they come out a lot better made in a pan with butter (with the plate on top, like ig said).

[#] Wed Sep 05 2007 01:02:56 EDT from triLcat @ Uncensored

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I have one of those cheapo sandwich makers. cost like $15. It makes nice grilled cheese.

[#] Wed Sep 05 2007 12:56:18 EDT from Avalondaughter @ Uncensored

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I definitely prefer cheddar with my grilled cheese, although sometimes mozzarella is really nice too.

[#] Wed Sep 05 2007 13:34:49 EDT from Freakdog @ Dog Pound BBS II

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I like Mozzarella, Cheddar or, especially, Meunster.

[#] Wed Sep 05 2007 14:36:52 EDT from fleeb @ Uncensored

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I love Meunster. It's a fine cheese.

For bite, though, I like gruelere.

[#] Wed Sep 05 2007 17:56:04 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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Oh sure, if you want to go all gourmet like, you can go with shredded cheddar on sourdough.

[#] Wed Sep 05 2007 18:25:08 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

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today was majas 4th birthday, and it was the first time for long that i ate "Kalte Hunde Schnautze" (cold dog mouth) It's made of chocolate, cookies you put in round by round (and eggs and fat which is mixed with the chocolate) cookies, pour chocolate over it...

delicios. 



[#] Wed Sep 05 2007 19:52:07 EDT from wizard of aahz @ Uncensored

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bart - Do you have a recipe online somewhere for us to look at? It sounds very interesting. I take it Majas is your child?

[#] Thu Sep 06 2007 13:21:05 EDT from girthta @ Uncensored

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Cold Dog Mouth??? Can we Yanks name it something else???

[#] Thu Sep 06 2007 13:53:34 EDT from Avalondaughter @ Uncensored

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Yeah. The name sounds awful even though the dessert itself sounds good.

On the GC subject, brie on a croissant is very nice, particularly with some apricot jam.



[#] Thu Sep 06 2007 15:03:56 EDT from fleeb @ Uncensored

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We need to get Mr.T to invent a raspberry confection named "Moldy Yeast Vagina", then make it popular for the British palette.

[#] Thu Sep 06 2007 16:12:12 EDT from davew @ Uncensored

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Thu 06 Sep 2007 03:03:56 PM EDT from fleeb@uncnsrd


We need to get Mr.T to invent a raspberry confection named "Moldy Yeast Vagina", then make it popular for the British palette.

Oi, theres nothing wrong with our palette. After all we invented warm beer, soggy chips (fries) and over cooked meat 8-)

 



[#] Thu Sep 06 2007 17:12:54 EDT from fxflynn @ Uncensored

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Heaven is where...

The police are British
The cooks are Italian
The lovers are French
The mechanics are German
And it's all organized by the Swiss

Hell is where...

The cooks are British
The mechanics are French
The lovers are Swiss
The police are German
And it's all organized by the Italians

 

 You guys must be in hell.   :) 

Thu 06 Sep 2007 04:12:12 PM EDT from davew@uncnsrd


Oi, theres nothing wrong with our palette. After all we invented warm beer, soggy chips (fries) and over cooked meat 8-)

 



[#] Thu Sep 06 2007 18:46:57 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

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http://www.marions-kochbuch.de/rezept/1724.htm

I don't know whether there are english versions of the recepie around...  Basicaly you stir up the cream, put some in a cake-box, and put in cookies, another round of cream... until the box is full. 

 http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Butterkeks

these are the cookies used to do it. 

 

Maja is the daughter of my girlfriend. 

 

 



[#] Thu Sep 06 2007 18:50:25 EDT from davew @ Uncensored

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Thu 06 Sep 2007 05:12:54 PM EDT from fxflynn@uncnsrd

Heaven is where...

The police are British
The cooks are Italian
The lovers are French
The mechanics are German
And it's all organized by the Swiss

Hell is where...

The cooks are British
The mechanics are French
The lovers are Swiss
The police are German
And it's all organized by the Italians

Oh I don't know.

Surely hell would be more like.

British police, out numbered 1000:1 by criminals.

Italian cooks but not allowed to eat anything.

French lovers but all with someone else.

German mechanics but no tools.

Swiss organisation but nobody follows it. 



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