- Sep 2, 2017
I can still remember squeaky cheese curds visiting my grandparents in central Kansas.
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Pre-melt, the textural difference is stark. I'd still say melted curd still has a different texture and feel combo. Specifically in poutine, the saltines of cheddar with the melty qualities of mozzarella, but still a stretchier, springy-er quality than both.When its melted you dont know the difference. Well id say 9/10
Ooohhhh.... Cheese fondue. One of the family favorites... Had to introduce it to my girlfriend years ago... probably why she's now my wife.
That's a great German saying. Here, the closest equivalent is "The quickest way to a man's heart is through the stomach."Love goes through the stomach as we say in German.
I'm living in the US since 30 years, but I was born in Geneva, and spend a lot of time in Switzerland. Lots of different recipes for Fondue in CH and F. I'm doing what my mom taught me ....
Here is a fun one, and forgive me if you know already, but since this is the Busse forum - when the evening progresses, give everybody a shot glass and keep it filled with Kirsch. Then people are supposed to dunk their bread in Kirsch before dunking it into the fondue.
As our fearless leader says: "let's drink" !
Does new york fries exist down south? When i was a kid that was the OG spot. Every good amusement park , carnival and fair would have a truck rolled in.
The Great Minnesota Get Togethers where it's at. MN State Fair has the best deep-fried cheese curds everything else is inferior.
For bonus points stop by The Red Stag Supperclub for smelt.
They were sort of a specialty stand or truck pop up thing pre internet when new york (to us) meant BIG city BIG things etc etc. So it caught the attention. Now theyre a sold out blown out franchise that resides in food courts.I've never heard of "new york fries." I have to admit that the word s "new york" in the name would make me not want to eat it.