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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 02-07-2008, 06:43 PM Thread Starter
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my big fat costco burger

hey... i am making burgers for me and the dog..
kinda wanted cheese but dont feel like going out...
we have this in the fridge..
i think it is supposed to be really good.. but it.. well it doesn't smell like it to me..

my question to you...
should I put this on my burger or not?
I wimped on the first.. but I am thinking about making a second

So I turn to the CLSB community... Do I eat the cheese or no?

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My friend Judith is going to school in Delft and brought it back for us from there.. So it should be pretty good (her and the wife are kinda gourmet'ish... ) I just like to eat

oh...
and if anyone is in the Belmont / LSD area and brings me some relish or pickles I'll make you a big fat Costco burger... with or without stinky blue cheese
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add the blue..... it's great on burgers. I like a bit of steak sauce, some blue cheese and some onion. Red Robin calls that a blue ribbon burger......oh yeah.....

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Wife just called me and I told her what I did, she laughed and said "blue cheese and beef is really good. Eat it"

I just read your reply to her
think i am going to make another one...
she is telling me to eat it again...
She said it is probably not pasteurized or processed at all as it wasnt meant for US importation.. WHich I guess means it is very good (somehow I think this will be wasted on me.. but I am going for it)
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she said she made me grilled cheese with it...
hmmm...
god.. i'll eat anything
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Blue cheese in an veggie omlete is great also!!! Or shit in any omlete.
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I like blue cheese with apples, or pears.

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trust.
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hmm..
ignore the dogfood in the backgound.. that's not a topping.
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