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Teh Crack [Jul. 31st, 2005|09:48 am]
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There is this particular smoked gouda, when, eaten with wheat thins, is more addictive than crack. I swear. And it is so good. And I can't stop eating it. So I try not to buy it too often. Though I usually also eat fruit while doing teh crack so the gouda doesn't do the "I'm too much lactose in Kris's system" thing. But, oh, it is so good. And I just finished a block, and I think I'm heading over to Trader Joe's in a few minutes to get more. Yes, it's that good, and yes, you can only find it at Trader Joes. All other smoked gouda's pale in comparison. It's just rediculous. I'm pritty sure freedomthrufire brought it to a party at my last apartment at some point, and is therefor the crack dealer. Big surprise there.


[User Picture]From: beowabbit
2005-07-31 03:46 pm (UTC)
Curse you, and your evil power of mentioning the very same smoked Gouda that I have in my fridge right at the moment!

*Grumpily marches off to the kitchen*.
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From: time3
2005-07-31 05:08 pm (UTC)
Young and aged gouda is delicious. The older, the sharper and more crumblier it becomes. We recently hosted a party for my family were we served Old Amsterdam 3 year aged gouda as an appetizer served along side seasame water crackers, garlic herb flatbread and some other type of farm raised herb cheese, I think it was called Black Mountain Garlic and Herb. We drank Victory V12 that day too :-d
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[User Picture]From: frommy
2005-08-01 01:02 am (UTC)
What's the name of the brand? I'm already a smoked gouda fiend...
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[User Picture]From: buxom_bey
2005-08-01 01:50 am (UTC)
It wouldn't be the first addiction he's encouraged.
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