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Day 315/365: The Friday Five on a Sunday [20181111|20:46]
Mad Scientess Jane Expat
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  1. What was the first type of cheese you ever ate?

    I don't remember, but I'm guessing it was something fairly flavourless but fun to eat. Like string cheese.

  2. What was the type of cheese you ate most recently?

    Manchego. Wait, I tell a lie, I put some garlic & herb cream cheese on my sandwich at lunch. But I think of that as more of a spread than a proper cheese.

  3. What is the most unusual cheese you ever ate?

    Hm, I don't know. I've tried a lot of different cheeses. I think one of the most unusual (and enjoyable) cheese flavours is soft ash-coated goat's milk cheese.

    One of the odder cheeses I've tried and liked is brunost or gjetost, which is a soft brown Norwegian whey cheese. It's extremely sweet for a cheese.

  4. What is your favorite cheese?

    Well, it depends on which country I'm in, as I'll generally eat whatever the local specialities are. I do like a good Cornish Yarg at Christmas.

  5. What is your favorite dish made with cheese?

    For comfort food, nothing beats mac and cheese. For pure decadence, baked camembert with garlic and a big pile of flatbreads or toast for gobbling up the lot. When I'm homesick, a cheese quesadilla.

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[User Picture]From: meathiel
2018-11-12 11:41 (UTC)
Ah ... another person who's had brunost ... :-) I actually liked it a lot.

I like the German version of mac'n'cheese which would be Käsespätzle. :-)

Edited at 2018-11-12 11:41 am (UTC)
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[User Picture]From: nanila
2018-11-12 21:17 (UTC)
Ooh, Käsespätzle! Yes! I have had it several times in Austria and Germany, and it is so good on a cold day after a long walk. :)
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