Friday, May 26, 2006

I am not usually a fan of swiss cheese. I know suprising. A cheese that I don't enjoy. I find the taste a little plasticy. I'll really only eat Swiss in French Onion Soup. And that is only because it is melted. But I accidently purchased some Havarti and although the taste reminds me of Swiss it is much milder. It also comes in a variety of flavors such as Jalapeno and dill.

8 comments:

Jesser said...

I love DILL havarti! So good ... mmm... and so good with roast beef. Also good with roast beef is the horseradish cheddar ... mmmmm. Have you ever had fondue savoyard? mmmmm... gosh I lurve cheese. hahhaha

foodiechickie said...

I liked the Havarti so if I find some dill I will definetly try it. And I adore dill!!! I have some growing in my window sill. It survived my last battle with herbs. Must try roast beef with horseradish chedders. Sounds good! I have tried fondue but not The Fondue Savoyard. Maybe I will make some.

Lisa said...

DIll Havarti is sooo good. Try it on Grilled Cheese! MMMM

foodiechickie said...

Will have to try!! I love grilled cheese! Thanks!!

Linda Rae said...

Havarti was one of the more popular cheeses at the deli in safeway I worked at. I don't really care for cheese speshelly brie however, a smoked gouda is okay by me :) That and the fake liquid stuff they only call cheese, yeah I love that stuff ;)

foodiechickie said...

Ahh canned cheese yes I do remember it well.

laura said...

I've been partial to Edam lately. Except it melts a little too well for some applications :)

foodiechickie said...

Mmm I hadn't had Edam in a while. I have the same problem melting swiss when I try to make Chicken Cordon Bleu.