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A great way to learn about different flavors
on December 11, 2003
This is a great way of learning about different cheeses, and what there flavors are.
Gorgonzola is a stronger cheese, usually used for salads - very tangy with a stronger after taste, something I think everyone can really enjoy in that matter. A classic is romaine lettuce, gorgonzola and apple slices.
In contrast, gouda is a milder creamy cheese, great for breads. If cheddar were a starting point, I would say gouda is more creamy. It tends to break and crumble less easily, and really stick to bread surfaces better.
Both will make you forget about the normal supermarket colby or cheddar. I recommend this sampler highly.