Am I weird?


(Willow) #21

I am thrilled about all these new recipies to try with my beloved cheese :exploding_head:
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(Bunny) #22

Antique cheese hardware: a cheese table for making cheese. A French cheese press and a cheese cutter.

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(Ellen) #23

Oh my! I will definitely be trying that.


(Allie) #24

I can take it or leave it, often happily going weeks without any sort of cheese. Same as bacon.


#25

You have to try queso frier!!! It usually can be found in Mexican grocery stores. You cut it and fry it in butter. OMG. It gets a thin “crust” when frying and is basically like a keto deep fried cheese curd.


#26

I will go today and try to find some. There is this Salvadorian cheese called Duro/Blando. Which means Hard/Soft. That’s pretty good but it doesn’t mealt.


(Jane) #27

I’m going to look for this the next time I am in Ft Worth. I love Houlimi but I refuse to pay $36/lb for it!

Seriously, WTH is it so expensive? It is $17-$18 for 8 oz and it’s not even aged. Not any cheaper on Amazon.
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(Allie) #28

That’s a crazy price. Halloumi is £2.00 a pack here :open_mouth:


(Jane) #29

IKR? When I refused to buy it locally at that insane price I checked out Amazon - not any better!


(Deborah ) #30

I have to admit to being totally ignorant about Halloumi cheese. I have no clue what it is, and I’ve never seen it in my local stores or eaten it (to my knowledge).


(Allie) #31

Try it, cut into strips and fried in butter…


#32

Ive never had halloumi, cant find it, but I think the queso frier was $4 for 10 oz. Tropical brand.http://www.publix.com/pd/tropical-cheese-queso-de-freir/RIO-PCI-154139

I don’t know the price, but search says Walmart, Sams and Costco have it also (?)


(Jane) #33

Thanks - I’ll look for it when I am back home. I can handle that price!