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Latest Comments
  • ILoveCheese
    Re: Danish Cheeses
    @Greg. We have this available online from many stockists here in the UK. Home someone can help you with the sourcing it over in the States.
    23 June 2015
  • Greg
    Re: Danish Cheeses
    I share the concern of people looking for Esrom - the richest flavored cheese I know. Wegman's in the Pentagon City area stopped stocking it several…
    18 June 2015
  • ILoveCheese
    Re: Why Serve Port With Cheese?
    @Flamingo. No we've not heard of this. Can any of our readers help?
    20 May 2015
  • Flamingo
    Re: Why Serve Port With Cheese?
    Does anyone know about or where to look for info on.Flamingo cheeses. I'm told they were originally Dutch cheeses shipped in…
    16 May 2015
  • ILoveCheese
    Re: Cheese Facts
    @jan. We can't see or smell it, so really wouldn't like to comment. Have any of our readers done this with Burrata?
    2 April 2015
  • jan
    Re: Cheese Facts
    I just opened a Burrata cheese that I had forgotten I bought. The expiry date was March 22 so it is now one week past the expiry date. The taste is a…
    30 March 2015
  • ILoveCheese
    Re: French Cheeses
    @melissa - you may have more success going directly to a cheese specialist for something like this. Try The Cheese Society, 8 December 2014
  • Melissa
    Re: French Cheeses
    I was surprised to learn that there are 400+ types of cheese in France. I would love to buy a sampler of all these different types of cheeses. Do…
    6 December 2014
  • itsbybitsy
    Re: Casu Marzu: World's Most Dangerous Cheese?
    @williamwhitehead...interesting idea, I'd rather just avoid it personally :)
    24 October 2014
  • ILoveCheese
    Re: Cheese Facts
    @Like. That's great - we hope we've inspired you to try lots of new cheeses with your crackers!
    23 October 2014
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