When it comes to sandwiches, I have always been a Provolone guy, but on salads its Feta or Bleu Cheese all the way. Any time else, Sharp Cheddar is better!
Food: Swiss Cheese.Movies: 1990s Full Moon fare... or maybe 1930s and 1940s Poverty Row horror and mystery fare.
I was this close to watching DEMONIC TOYS until the wife decided she wanted to bake, tomorrow I should be cheesing it up for sure!
I would say irish cheddar, gouda, or anything by Low Budget Productions.
snack wise: cheddar or doodles.movie wise: i'm going to say at the moment Deep Blue Sea. i just watched it for the fifth time for no reason other than sharks on steroids killing people are cool. cooler if they killed LL but i'll let it slide I guess.
Fresh Mozzarella, the really creamy kind that comes in a bucket. I used to work at a place that made pizzas and would make my own before I left filled with that wonderful cheese. So good. And since I don’t have to worry about fat thanks to my disease, I can eat as much as I want.
Pepper Jack, even though I get diarrhea every time I eat it.
i will eat anything, as long as it's Gouda...iZombie
St. Andre Triple Cream Brie (prefably on dried figs) - I believe it has a billion calories an once...but it is yuuuuummy!Movie cheese? Hum, I like to watch.....I am not going to admit that in public...good try Carl! :DCheers!
On sandwiches and hamburgers, I don't have cheese unless it's a grilled cheese sandwich or panini. I only like cheese when it's melted...I know that's really weird. I don't dare experiment with "fancy" cheeses or anything like that because they taste like rotten milk to me....Movie cheese? 90's and 80's slashers of course!
Provolone. But mozzarella has a soft, melty spot in my heart.And for the total awesome that this blog has become, I have given an award: Once again to the podium... Congrats!
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