Most people here have only eaten cheddar and Goudda in their life.
French cheese FTW, clueless folks.
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Welsh and English cheddar.
I have had a number of German cheeses but I bought them at a farmers' market from someone with whom I shared no linguistic knowledge so I have no idea what they were called. They were delicious.
Parmigiano-Reggiano goes well on top of most pasta dishes.
English cheddar, Gruyère and Emmentaler are great in macaroni and cheese.
I like the combination of French goat cheese and swiss chard instead of the traditional feta and spinach filling for spanakopita.
it's one of the traditional cheese from my state
unbeatable with one slice of bread and a cup of coffee in the afternoon.
I'm very fond of a good Camembert, like the Président one. Not sure how common it is in other parts of the world but you can find them in any store around here.
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Provolone and Cascio Cavallo (the Albanian sort).
I love all kinds of cheese, but this is my favorite:
ups, double post
So cheesy !
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