The cheese quiz

Happy Enchilada

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One of my most indelible memories of college was the Friday night I came in sloshed to the dorm and saw one of the upperclassmen (could have passed for the fat Furry Freak Brother) dip his manhood into a jar of Cheez Whiz. Never ate it again. Ever. And never spoke to that dude, either.
 

northernguitar

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Has nothing to do with Parma, Italy.

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My younger daughter was dissing a housemate she doesn't like:

"... and she can't even tell the difference between Parmigiano-Reggiano and Grana Padano!"

How did I raise such a food snob? Growing up, we thought that stuff came in a shaker and was cut with sawdust.
 

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One of my most indelible memories of college was the Friday night I came in sloshed to the dorm and saw one of the upperclassmen (could have passed for the fat Furry Freak Brother) dip his manhood into a jar of Cheez Whiz. Never ate it again. Ever. And never spoke to that dude, either.

Whatever gets you not to eat the Whiz!
 

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Cmon, man, 50 posts and no mention of that cheese-like substance called Velveeta? It’s all my old man ate.
 

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There are many Welsh cheeses.

I've sampled quite a few in the past, some are inedible, many are unpronounceable. Some smell like a boiled laundry basket, others like a ripe corpse.

Some include seaweed, or nettles, and a lot of them feature goat-based products or unpasteurised ewe’s milk.

None of them are available in aerosol cans.
 




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