can I shock you all by the way - I’ve never made cheese on toast in my life and don’t think i’ve ever even eaten it.
Extra mature for sandwiches where its the main ingredient or with crackers, mature to go with yer ham, yer chorizo etc, sliced mature for CoT with Worcester sauce or for grilled cheese sandwiches and in sauces etc.
Not always the same price, I find extra mature often sneakily comes in smaller quantities than its milder cousins, say 300g pack compared to 350g packs for the others
takes ages to get through a block anyway tbh
“Mmmm mild cheese”
- Nobody, ever.
this is good and shocking to know, however.
really want cheese on toast now thanks
You know how extra mature has those crunchy salt crystal bits in it, I’d like a cheese just entirely made up of those bits please
status: not shocked
was watching that video and just assumed you placed the cheese next to the bread in the toaster.
basically just eat a pizza.
what on earth do you do with all your cheese then, or your bread for that matter
feel free to try this and report back
think its probably just a relic from when I was a kid and was the last time i actually thought about cheese on toast.
Davistow vintage cheddar is genuinely a top tier cheese. Every bit as good, if not better, than the cheddars you’d get from a cheese shop or a posh market stall.
lol no it doesn’t
Haven’t had mild cheddar for years. Sometimes get extra mature but not if I can avoid it. Proper cheese snob these days and proud of it, cheese is probably the single tastiest ingredient in the world.
We were a mild cheddar household growing up tbh but at some point we got my mum to ramp it up to medium and she’s never looked back