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Topic Summary - Displaying 6 post(s).
Posted by: Swancrash Posted on: 19. Nov 2011 at 11:06
It's been a couple of years since the last post, but the site still lives.  Humboldt Fog is still on offer, at a very non-Balumnia price, I suspect.  There's another interestingly named cheese: Beecher's Flagship.  I like that.  Sounds like something the Squire might commandeer.  Or eat.
Posted by: faere Posted on: 06. Dec 2009 at 13:09
when i have died
and my soul has gone to heaven
may i be sitting with a cheese
on my lap!
WHAT A WEBSITE!
i'm not on enough to read all the posts
but cheesesupply is now on my favorites
thanks!
Posted by: Jeff M. Posted on: 23. Aug 2007 at 14:01
That's a good company; I've actually had the pleasure of ordering from them in the past.

I'd never seen the "Humboldt Fog" before; at first glance I actually thought perhaps it was named after something in  one of JPBs various works.  What a fantastically Blaylockian name!  I wonder if I could convince the local cheeser to buy a wheel and sell it per pound...

Posted by: Forum Administrator Posted on: 17. Aug 2007 at 16:41
[quote author=J.D.  link=1085150213/0#1 date=1187377869]One of the questions asks you to identify the source of the quote: "Poets have been mysteriously silent on the subject of cheese."
[/quote]

Whatever the source of that quote, the author was clearly mistaken on the subject of poetry and cheese. See, for example, our cheese poetry thread:

http://www.sybertooth.com/cgi-bin/YaBB/blaylock/YaBB.pl?board=zany;action=dis...
Posted by: J.D. Posted on: 17. Aug 2007 at 16:11
Remember the old Jimmy Buffett hit, "Cheeseburger in Paradise"?  Well, at jimmybuffettstuff.com you can buy a cheeseburger hat.

And there's a cheese quiz at funtrivia.com/playquiz/quiz101418b9e8b8.html

One of the questions asks you to identify the source of the quote: "Poets have been mysteriously silent on the subject of cheese."

Posted by: B. Pulley Posted on: 21. May 2004 at 15:36
For all of the cheese lovers that visit the forum, here is a site I discovered that boasts over 700 kinds of cheeses to choose from as well as cheese making supplies and a cheese of the month club.  

http://www.cheesesupply.com/

The "Humboldt Fog," although too pricey for me, brings with it visions of a warm fire, sitting in overstuffed chairs with the Squire and the Link Men...  Ah, I could go on and on.

B.