Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Cheese...

I love cheese..... the problem, I am used to the taste of cheese in the Philippines. There are so many different kinds of cheese here in the USA. Most of them I don't like. For all our sandwiches and different food we just stick to cheddar cheese.

Anyway, I was chatting with my filipino friends on how I miss eating spaghetti with the kind of cheese topping in the Philippines... you know the... kraft eden cheese toppings.... I was just craving for that taste....

Somebody suggested to me that the closest taste she can get to kraft eden cheese is the velveeta.... so the last time that we went to the grocery store we went to the cheese section to look for velveeta... we were so disappointed why it was not there.... oh well... it was in the dry goods... thankfully somebody overheard our conversation and pointed where the velveeta cheese was....

My verdict... indeed velveeta is just like kraft eden cheese! I am happy!!!!!

12 comments:

Us said...

Preha ta mami lulu, lami jd tong cheese sa atoa, ipalaman sa pan or bisag lanlanon. dri lain mn ug lami oi. Inig uli natu dala ta usa ka track nga cheese.

Dhemz said...

waaaaaaa.....korek mami lu...lami tong lasang pinoy kay naanad man jud ta ato....sos ka way mga lami ang mga cheese dire....parat...lol!

nag adto bitaw me sa cheese factory...agoy ba lamang...ka mga way lami jud sa american cheese....the more you eat cheese...the more chances of igit....lol!

thanks for the info mami...I mean verdict...lol!

Analou and Bones said...

Thanks for this info Lu. I also love our cheese there. AGoy makabuhat na day ko dane ug spaghetti nga pareha didto sa atoa. I really miss it a lot.

P.s. Makatawa pod ko sa comment ni dhemcy da..............the more you eat cheese...the more chances of igit......Ambot ba oi pagsulat nako dani cge man lang japon ko katawa.

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Arlyna said...

Lu, I never tasted that cheese but it must be yummy - i trust your taste buds :). Talking about filipino spaghetti, when I visited the Philippines in 2004 my cousins cooked spaghetti and boy it was sweet and it had hotdogs. That was a shocker for me! I'm sorry to say that I'm still not used to the filipino style spaghetti - I tried :(.

Cecile said...

i grew up eating cheese, kaya di ka nag iisa miss ko na rin yung eden cheese :-)

klivengood said...

yeheyyyy...gawas jud pag ka pinoy nimo Lu..."kantahan ta ka be..."i love my own my native land"...katilaw nako sa uban cheese diha, naa man pod lami pero mas lami jud ang atong baratuhon lang na Eden...hahaha. cheese na lang ipadala diha Lu inig anhe ni Dhemz hahaha.

Lucy postpartumillness.com said...

I am very picky with cheese too. I like the colby jack and havarti cheeses. Mozzarella I only like if its shredded fresh. I can eat a lot of it this way.

hopeful said...

Correct jud ka mommy Lu lami jud ning sariling atin.. Ako hubby kay ijahay jud me ug cheese if naa sya dri kay iya kato mang mahalon nga imported ako kay tag 30hon rman.

luna miranda said...

i was eating slices of Kraft Cheddar last night while watching TV. i read that cheese helps people with sleep problems (since i don't like milk:P).

Clarissa said...

Kahit ano basta't may cheese,ok na ako!!Would love try that cheese,too!^_^

sutros said...

A good story

GK Chesterton: “The poets have been mysteriously silent on the subject of cheese.”

Voila: www.tastingtoeternity.com. This book is a poetic view of 30 of the best loved French cheeses with an additional two odes to cheese. Recipes, wine pairing, three short stories and an educational section complete the book.

From a hectic life in New York City to the peace and glories of the French countryside lead me to be the co-founder of www.fromages.com. Ten years later with the words of Pierre Androuet hammering on my brain:

“Cheese is the soul of the soil. It is the purest and most romantic link between humans and the earth.”

I took pen and paper; many reams later with the midnight oil burning Tasting to Eternity was born and self published.

I believe cheese and wine lovers should be told about this publication.

Enjoy

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