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    Like a bit of cheese do you sir .....ooooooo Danish Blue

    If you like cheese then get on down to Max value ( Jusco ) where on a Wednesday market day you can get 2 packs of Danish Blue for 100 baht...cheap as chips and bloooody lovely with just about any alchoholic beverage.....suits you sir ...............oooo !

    Great with a 10 baht pack of crackers.






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    Love Danish Blue - wish I could get it that cheap here!

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    We get that one here, roughly 150 for 1 pack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by November Rain View Post
    Love Danish Blue - wish I could get it that cheap here!
    That's what I thought. Even processed cheese cost from 60 - 70 baht a pack here and I know Danish is more expensive in the U.K.

    A couple of weeks back Max Value had another offer. Buy 1 pack of processed cheese slices ( 10 in a pack ) for 100 baht and get another pack free. That is cheap. When the crop of button mushrooms came in, you could get two punnets for 19 baht. They were bloody lovely too, especially in an omelette with cheese.

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    Should be accompanied with a crisp digestive.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bangyai
    2 packs of Danish Blue for 100 baht.
    OK
    You don't often get it that cheap here.............in Denmark

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    Quote Originally Posted by helge View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Bangyai
    2 packs of Danish Blue for 100 baht.
    OK
    You don't often get it that cheap here.............in Denmark
    Yes, they seem to have tons of the stuff. I only got 4 packs so far but might be a pig and go back for more while the 2 for 1 offer lasts. Even 100 baht for 1 pack is not so bad. Not many falangs around these parts so its moving pretty slow

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    Is that mold I see?

    & 10 baht crackers...

    No thank you.

    & you buy that processed crap? What for?

    Yuck, yuck, yuck. Where's the Edam, only 170 baht...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo
    Where's the Edam
    Edam?

    I'd rather a decent bell end cheddar.

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    Blue Cheese


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    Yummy, blue cheese. Love stinky gorgonzola the best.

    On the subject of cheese, I had never heard of Red Leicester before reading about it on TD. I bought some a few weeks ago just to see if it was good as claimed. Yep, it was GOOD. Made a mean grilled cheese sandwich, too.

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    A crumbly stilton's my favourite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by withnallstoke View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo
    Where's the Edam
    Edam?

    I'd rather a decent bell end cheddar.
    OK then - Gouda, if we're splashing out...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post

    Is that mold I see?
    It's supposed to be like that Betty dear. Here's some Stilton, very similar taste




    And the crackers should be cheap ! They are made here and there's nout to 'em

    However, Withnalstokes poofy suggestion is not a bad alternative and if you're an absolute screaming faggot you can try these :


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    ^I must be a screaming faggot because I do like those.

    Better still, even though I don't have a large nose:





    Lovely with a bit of Edam...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post

    ^I must be a screaming faggot because I do like those.
    Oh....well if this is a coming out thread....so do I

    They have them in Max value but I'm I thought they would look pretentious next to a bottle of Lao Khao.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bangyai
    Oh....well if this is a coming out thread....so do I
    Socal should be along to join us soon then!


    I've never tried any of the mold cheeses, the smell and look put me orf.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Bangyai
    Oh....well if this is a coming out thread....so do I
    Socal should be along to join us soon then!


    I've never tried any of the mold cheeses, the smell and look put me orf.
    Understandable. I used to be the same but years of muff diving sort of hardened me up. Like muffdiving , a taste worth aquiring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bangyai
    However, Withnalstokes poofy suggestion
    I am deeply offended.

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    When i was in Sainsbury's a few weeks ago i noticed that they now make Laughing Cow Spready Cheese in blue cheese flavour.

    Didn't try it.

    I love gorgonzola, roquefort and stilton. With a fresh crusty baguette.

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    Quote Originally Posted by patsycat
    Laughing Cow Spready Cheese in blue cheese flavour.
    That could be the very worst food on planet Earth!

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    Love Gorgonzola as well.
    Mature Cheddar or aged Spanish Manchego (Sheep's milk)
    Parmesan for Risotto
    Blue Brie (cannot find here)
    And of course Stilton.

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