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    Favorite Cheese on a Burger

    It isn't real cheese, but to me Velveeta hands down. I like and put others on as the mood strikes.

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    It's the only time I like processed cheese. But have been trying to mix it up lately since I eat so many burgers in the summer, old cheddar and havarti. Made some turkey burgers last week with havarti in them, they were pretty good.

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    American I expect.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fasteddy View Post
    American I expect.
    I've had those fancy schmancy cheeseburgers before. None of them even come close to one with American cheese on it. That's what a cheeseburger is.

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    I use Gouda or Emmentaler. I have actually grilled hamburgers in Emmemtal, Switzerland for swiss people. I was a hero.

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    Is there a cheese that does not go well on a burger?

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    Pepper Jack. Always a good decision.

    But really, it's tough to go wrong with American. Yeah, I know. Not real cheese blah blah blah. It melts nicely, it's mild, and it doesn't overpower the rest of the burger.

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    Cheese-whiz. Yummy.

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    Kraft American
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    Swiss, American, Pepper Jack.
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    Kraft American slices and/or Havarti

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    Sharp Cheddar...


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    pepper jack

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    Cheddar or Pepper Jack.

    I ran out of Pepper Jack the other day and had a burger with Muenster. It was pretty good.
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    Two slices of either Swiss or Havarti on top with a slice of Kraft American on the bottom.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Baulz View Post
    Is there a cheese that does not go well on a burger?
    I've no experience with it, but head cheese might fit that category...




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    Stilton or brie are exquisite burgerside.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RS2 View Post
    I use Gouda or Emmentaler. I have actually grilled hamburgers in Emmemtal, Switzerland for swiss people. I was a hero.
    Emmentaler cheese, griiling hamburgers in the Emmental? You are my hero!
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    I don't know any of you well enough to talk about what my favorite cheese on a burger might be. I even find it kind of rude that you would ask.

    Oh wait... I see that RS2 has already brought it up. Heck I guess it couldn't hurt now...

    Gouda is good enough for me.
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    Swiss or American most often. I had some left over smoked gouda which was wonderful on the burger!
    I prefer the fancy cheeses on their own or with crackers so they can show off.
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    It said favorite... it didn't ask what I normally settle for. If they ask what I want on my burger I'll ask for gouda... but then I'll tell them that the white or yellow stuff in the plastic wrapper will be fine.

    My favorite cheese for any other sammich other than a burger is provolone. Unless we are talkin' Tenderloin... then it's; "Get yer stinkin' cheese away from my damn sammich!".

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheeseczar View Post
    Swiss or American most often. I had some left over smoked gouda which was wonderful on the burger!
    I prefer the fancy cheeses on their own or with crackers so they can show off.
    Yes, fancy cheese on a burger to me is a lot like wasting good booze with mixer. I love all the cheese mentioned, but alone or on a cracker.

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    Around our house, in mid-August to mid-September it's what goes best with in season Hatch green chiles, cheddar.
    Last edited by Taxpayer; 08-18-2011 at 01:09 PM. Reason: can't spell

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Capua View Post
    Unless we are talkin' Tenderloin... then it's; "Get yer stinkin' cheese away from my damn sammich!".
    You haven't tried this one from Green Street?

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    Colby Jack
    Pepper Jack
    Monterey Jack

    or...

    Bleu Cheese

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davydd View Post
    You haven't tried this one from Green Street?

    What did they do to that tenderloin? Is that ham under the cheese?

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    Yes, it's ham.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davydd View Post
    You haven't tried this one from Green Street?


    Pork Cordon Bleu...




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    Quote Originally Posted by Taxpayer View Post
    Around our house, in mid-August to mid-September it's what goes best with in season Hatch green chiles, cheddar.
    Life in Houston is good RIGHT NOW...it's Hatch chile time! I may have to go by Central Market tomorrow and pick some up.

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    Pepper Jack IN the burger......White American ON the burger. MMMMMMM MMMMMMM!

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