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Re:Favorite cheese on a burger 2013/09/09 13:11:03 (permalink)
Merkt's Sharp Cheddar Cheese Spread from Wisconsin.
The cheese spread makes for a nice melt, but the sharp cheddar gives it a teeny weenie kick.
 
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Re:Favorite cheese on a burger 2013/09/10 10:23:26 (permalink)
If  no one else will admit it, I have no qualms. On a burger Velveeta, hands down. Yes, I know it is not cheese. But that gooey melting factor counts big time.
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Re:Favorite cheese on a burger 2013/09/13 12:17:28 (permalink)
Blue cheese & Edam
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Re:Favorite cheese on a burger 2013/09/13 12:29:33 (permalink)
Edam. I never thought of using Edam. Great idea. Thanks.
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Re:Favorite cheese on a burger 2013/09/13 19:52:28 (permalink)
Edam would be great!!!!
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Re:Favorite cheese on a burger 2013/09/13 21:03:01 (permalink)
smoked gouda
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Re:Favorite cheese on a burger 2013/09/13 21:05:55 (permalink)
Oh, smoked Gouda. Nice.
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Re:Favorite cheese on a burger 2013/10/07 01:21:09 (permalink)
I prefer Cheddar or American cheese.
 
 
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Re:Favorite cheese on a burger 2013/10/07 11:27:28 (permalink)
Michael Hoffman Edam. I never thought of using Edam. Great idea. Thanks.

Although when I was living in Amsterdam, I developed a taste for aged Edam cheese. VERY difficult to get in the US, unfortunately.
 
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Re:Favorite cheese on a burger 2013/10/07 12:02:36 (permalink)
Provalone or Swiss, American is fine also. I want my cheese completely melted!
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Re:Favorite cheese on a burger 2013/10/07 12:26:03 (permalink)
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Re:Favorite cheese on a burger 2013/10/08 12:26:17 (permalink)
When I have a choice of cheeses for my cheeseburger I will usually have cheddar, but I often have pepper jack when it is available.
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Re:Favorite cheese on a burger 2015/10/02 04:04:38 (permalink)
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Michael Hoffman Edam. I never thought of using Edam. Great idea. Thanks.

Although when I was living in Amsterdam, I developed a taste for aged Edam cheese. VERY difficult to get in the US, unfortunately.

Bart



The original(red wax) Babybel cheese is a French version of the Dutch Edem cheese, available just about everywhere in the States and quite tasty on a burger.

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Re:Favorite cheese on a burger 2015/10/02 04:31:13 (permalink)
It varies...with my mood, and with toppings. A burger with mushrooms must have Swiss for me.....Standard American is perfect...and the default cheese most places give you, and that's fine. If given a choice,then I'll get creative,as I said, depending on what I've put on it, Some cheddars overpower the burger. Monteray Jack works fine,,,,and I'll second Edam...which also works grated on a pizza!!!
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Re:Favorite cheese on a burger 2015/10/02 08:43:23 (permalink)
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If  no one else will admit it, I have no qualms. On a burger Velveeta, hands down. Yes, I know it is not cheese. But that gooey melting factor counts big time.

100% with you on this.  I grew up with my dad using Velveeta on burgers and eating one today takes me back. 
 
Still, I prefer pepper jack or bleu.  Never had gruyere or havarti on a burger and sure sounds like something I need to try.
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Re:Favorite cheese on a burger 2015/10/02 09:35:38 (permalink)
Lately, Edam or Havarti
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Re:Favorite cheese on a burger 2015/10/02 09:47:19 (permalink)
While I'm not much of an American cheese fan, it's my go-to cheese for a burger.  I do like a mushroom swiss though.
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Re:Favorite cheese on a burger 2015/10/02 10:28:17 (permalink)
Sharp cheddar, pepper jack or bleu are favorites.  Least favorite is American.
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Re:Favorite cheese on a burger 2015/10/02 10:31:10 (permalink)
Agree about the American
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Re:Favorite cheese on a burger 2015/10/02 11:40:38 (permalink)
Blue!  Other than that I'm not really a fan of cheese on a burger.
 
I'd say Stilton but that should be saved for apples or pears.
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Re:Favorite cheese on a burger 2015/10/02 14:12:46 (permalink)
Im still going with smoked gouda or velveeta
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Re:Favorite cheese on a burger 2015/10/02 14:35:36 (permalink)
I usually go with no cheese, as I find that cheese neutralizes (takes away) some of the good grilled taste of the meat.  Once in a while, I like a single thin slice of mild white American cheese.  Mild because it does not take too much away from the burger meat flavor.  White because it's what I grew up with.  Rhode Island, or perhaps it was much of new England in general did not have those orange/yellow colored cheeses, and I have yet to find those cows putting out orange/yellow milk.    
 
Burgers that have lots of cheese, especially strong cheeses ... I view the same way as I view barbeque with lots of goopy sauce.   
    
 
 
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post edited by Glenn1234 - 2015/10/02 14:39:00
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Re:Favorite cheese on a burger 2015/10/02 15:10:37 (permalink)
 
 
 
My  13 year old granddaughter loves Brie on her hamburger.
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Re:Favorite cheese on a burger 2015/10/02 15:21:22 (permalink)
She's 13 now? Holy Smokes! Bet her Waffle House Princess T-shirt doesn't work as a dress any more.
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Re:Favorite cheese on a burger 2015/10/02 16:18:25 (permalink)
Oh, I bet brie  would be good!
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Re:Favorite cheese on a burger 2015/10/02 16:30:16 (permalink)
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She's 13 now? Holy Smokes! Bet her Waffle House Princess T-shirt doesn't work as a dress any more.


My goodness.....she wore that shirt to rags  ages ago!
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Re:Favorite cheese on a burger 2015/10/02 17:23:21 (permalink)
Costco's 4 blend Mexican Cheese, melted under a hood!
 This is my second choice!
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Re:Favorite cheese on a burger 2015/10/02 18:13:11 (permalink)
Here is one of the best burgers I've had.  From the Diamond Belle Saloon in Durango CO.  They use Port Salut.
http://diamondbelle.com/assets/pdfs/menus_2015/DB_DiamondBurger_June2014.pdf
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Re:Favorite cheese on a burger 2015/10/02 18:32:08 (permalink)
Cheddar is better.
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Re:Favorite cheese on a burger 2015/10/02 20:13:29 (permalink)
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I usually go with no cheese, as I find that cheese neutralizes (takes away) some of the good grilled taste of the meat.  Once in a while, I like a single thin slice of mild white American cheese.  Mild because it does not take too much away from the burger meat flavor.  White because it's what I grew up with.  Rhode Island, or perhaps it was much of new England in general did not have those orange/yellow colored cheeses, and I have yet to find those cows putting out orange/yellow milk.    
 
Burgers that have lots of cheese, especially strong cheeses ... I view the same way as I view barbeque with lots of goopy sauce.   
    
 
 
Glenn
 
 Exactly!  Except for Blue of course which adds a new dimension without taking away from the taste of the meat.




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