>blue stilton best cheese
You've been eating the wrong bleu cheese. Get out off the house now! The cheese is coming from inside the house!
Prästost! I think we have a lot of tasty cheese, but for some reason they never seem to feature outside Sweden.
OP, you nailed it. Stilton is by far the best cheese, even though there are other more "luxurious" blue cheeses, Stilton pairs so well with so many things, it's indispensable.
Now, for second place, I nominate blue D'Affinois (pic related), because even though it's not as versatile as Stilton, it's fucking luscious. (But, it needs to be allowed to come to room temp, unlike the pic, so it softens)
My favorite every day "non-blue" cheese, though, is Butterkase. So tasty and goes with everything.
Gotta love it on crackers with basil, thyme, paprika, and black pepper.
I also like to take said mixture and stick a pimento stuffed olive through it with a tooth pick.
Just plain chevre is great though.
No, I import from France occasionally though, usually during the holidays. I get two for me and two for a friend since they only do orders of four
Chevre shouldn't be hard to get, it's just a soft goat cheese. Abondance is a bit hard, manchego is pretty common from what I've seen, camembert likewise
A ripe Camembert crosshatched with rosemary poked in the cuts, then drizzled with a tiny bit of extra virgin olive oil and thrown in a hot oven until oozing, then served with a warm crusty baguette and a glass of champagne or sparkling apple cider is probably one of my favorite ways to eat cheese.
Also really love Comte. Really fucking sharp aged Cheddar (recently served an incredible 2007 Quebec White Cheddar at a dinner party). Humboldt Fog is a great American goat cheese, gorgeous on a cheese platter (looks reminiscent of Morbier), I served it along with some wildflower and orange blossom honey. Saint Angel is a really mushroomy, almost beefy triple creme Brie-style cheese.
This is probably the cheapest of the bunch, but that really generic smoked Gouda they sell at Costco that's overwhelmed with liquid smoke and bacon? I grew up with that shit and I still enjoy it.
Boschetto al tartufo. All time favorite.
Cypress grove purple haze
Taylor farms maple smoked gouda
reblochon, comte, stilton, pecorino/manchego and a good chevre, all day erry day
with fucking grapes and celery and membrillo fuck yes
i mean i will eat anything but those are all the reasonably common but super good ones imo