Cheese Pt 2


Following Keiths favourite cheese question, what meals cannot be improved by the addition of cheese? Unless you are not a cheese fan everyone I ask can only think of one (if any).


Senior Member
duck a l'orange?
lamb jalfrezi?
beef wellington?
satay king prawns?

I'm not sure I'd fancy putting cheese on those, although I'd certainly consider a nice cheese and biscuit platter for afters :blush:

Keith Oates

Penarth, Wales
punkypossum said:
Cheese with fish and chips is fab!!!!
I'll take your word for it but don't think I'll be trying it anytime soon!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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punkypossum said:
Cheese with fish and chips is fab!!!!
I tried cheesey chips in an american style diner once, didn't do it for me sorry. Do you put it on the fish as well?

Although when I say fish I mean the battered chip shop style stuff, not a nice fillet of fresh salmon or similar which can have cheese sauce on it(not on my plate though).


longers said:
When sober I will reply to this. :blush:

When thinking about food doesn't make me feel quite so ill I will reply to this.

A great night out though, Papa Noel and Bana Congo at the Lift Global Music Festival. Much drinking and dancing. :rolleyes:
Ruff now though :thumbsup:
Cheese does not go well with porridge. Also cheese and cheese as too much cheese is worse than no cheese.

Dont sentences look strange when they have the same word too many times .


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Where did 'cheese part 1' go :blush: .I saw it somewhere yesterday but was having problems getting registered here.In reply to the original question though..chinese meals.


Right feeling better now.

Duck a l'orange - depnding on whether the l'orange was tart or sweet I could happily put white stilton (with apricots for tart sauce or with cranberries for the sweet sauce).

Lamb Jalfrezi - I used to eat quite a few curries with cheese in them, I can't remember the type of cheese but they were damn tasty.(I'm searching for the cheese and will footnote if found).

Beef wellington - Mozzarella under the pastry. Nice.

Satay King Prawns - Fine grated parmesan.

Naan Bread - Mozzarella (works better if it's a garlic naan) or parmesan.

Meat Pie - If it's the ones filled with gristle they aren't food.
Pork pie with cheddar, Chicken pie with creamy cheese sauce.

Guinness with Irish mature cheddar. It doesn't have to go in the glass.

Fish and chips was the one I was thinking of but punkypossum says it's good, who am I to argue.

Porridge - I like mine sweet so this is one I woiuldn't touch but I heard of someone who liked it cold and salty with grated cheddar.

Chinese food - Never heard of it with cheese at all so I have managed to miss this huge and varied food group. 10 points and a gold star.

Feel free to give up at will I've been proved wrong again. :blush:
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