What's a good brand of cheese to carry in your backpack while
exploring Cheesebox Canyon ???
Do you recommend a "hard cheese" made from ewe milk, or a softer
cheese made here in the Americas ???
Larry, I like stinky cheese...
I guess hard is better, more water resistant...
Somebody offered me Roquefort one time, and I had to politely
turn it down. Thanks for this "cheesy" discussion!
I love to talk about cheese... and wine...
France has 264+ varieties of cheese alone.
"Un repas sans fromage est une belle a qui il manque un ceil."
(translation: "A meal without cheese is a beautiful woman with
an eye missing.")
and I have to agree.... cheese is great... I had not idea that they have so many different types...
Neither did I, until I looked on Google!
well, I guess we will have to go to France to see whether it is true...
Talking of cheese and beverages :), I remember times – namely 1970-80's in Poland – when you had to buy a piece of cheese if you felt like having a beer in a bar at the railway station (that was supposed to be an attempt to prevent the people drinking too much, in seriousness).
really? and I would think that cheese would make you more thirsty and you would drink more... we had a beer flavored cheese in the Czech Republic.
Well, you were allowed to buy something more expensive (if there was anything on the menu but beer and cheese) but you had to buy a snack to get a pint. Talking of stinking cheese:), one memorable type I've tried was a Czech product called "Krkonossky pivny syr" – as the name suggests (Beer Cheese from the Giant Mts, Larry) you just have to buy a pint to manage it! :D
That's the problem! I don't know HOW to "manage" myself when it comes to cheese and whatever types of beverages they serve inside the establishment. : ))
I suppose I'd want my cheese to come with some type of Italian
pasta cooked in wine, so I can have the BEST of both worlds!
Geez, just succeeded in making myself hungry again !!! : (
I had this cheese sandwich in Annecy, and they put honey on it. It was so good...I am starting to salivate...Good appetite, Larry.
Bon Appetit !!!
I never visited Annecy, but I remember tasting good cheese when I
visited Le Harve in 1976.
It was so fresh and delicious! (I'm talking about the cheese).
Great pics, I´d like to try this canyon sometime. My schedule is somewhat limited, but let me know if you´d be interested in checking out some more this year. Robber´s Roost perhaps?
Sure, I love Utah canyons... I was looking at your plans earlier today....