Mickey likes to say 'cheese'!


#1

Dopey provided us with this factoid:

[I][B]MICKEY LIKES TO SAY ‘CHEESE’: More than 89 varieties of cheese are used by Disney theme park and resort chefs at Walt Disney World Resort. [/B][/I]

I don’t know that I could name 89 kinds of cheese. But I think we should give it a try, and see just how many we can name. WITHOUT CHEATING! :laugh:

So play with me. Because if not, it’ll just be a thread of me naming cheese, and that would just be weird. :tongue:

Edited to update list:

  1. American (which shouldn’t even COUNT as cheese!)
  2. Cheddar
  3. Monterey Jack
  4. Swiss
  5. Pepper Jack
  6. Gouda
  7. Meunster
  8. Parmesan
  9. Pecorino Romano
  10. Mozzarella
  11. Provolone
  12. Havarti
  13. Brie
  14. Camembert
  15. Stilton
  16. Oka
  17. Feta
  18. Robiola (I learned that from a Jen Lancaster book)
  19. Blue/bleu cheese
  20. Roquefort
  21. Limburger
  22. Myzithra
  23. Chevre
  24. Goat Cheese
  25. Gorgonzola
  26. Ricotta
  27. Cream cheese
  28. Neufchatel
  29. Cottage Cheese
  30. Wensleydale
  31. Stinking Bishop
  32. Cheshire
  33. Danish Blue
  34. Smoked Applewood
  35. Dutch Edam
  36. Double Gloucester
    38.Red Leicester
  37. Gruyere

#2

Pepper Jack
Gouda
Meunster

(and no one laugh at my spelling if it’s wrong lol)


#3

Parmesan
Pecorino romano


#4

Hello!,
Mozzarella


#5

Provolone
Havarti
Brie
Camembert
Stilton
Oka
Feta

(is someone keeping track here?)


#6

[QUOTE=llama;1107850]

(is someone keeping track here?)[/QUOTE]

No, but I am getting really hungry!


#7

[QUOTE=llama;1107850]Provolone
Havarti
Brie
Camembert
Stilton
Oka
Feta

(is someone keeping track here?)[/QUOTE]

No. You’re all showing a SHOCKING lack of respect for numbering. This is a very serious project. :pirate::laugh:

  1. American (which shouldn’t even COUNT as cheese!)
  2. Cheddar
  3. Monterey Jack
  4. Swiss
  5. Pepper Jack
  6. Gouda
  7. Meunster
  8. Parmesan
  9. Pecorino Romano
  10. Mozzarella
  11. Provolone
  12. Havarti
  13. Brie
  14. Camembert
  15. Stilton
  16. Oka
  17. Feta

and… um…

  1. Robiola (I learned that from a Jen Lancaster book)
  2. Blue/bleu cheese
  3. Roquefort

#8
  1. Limburger
  2. Myzithra
  3. Chevre

#9

Apparently there is 250 to 300 cheeses ALONE in France!:ohmy:


#10
  1. Roquetfort!

#11
  1. Goat Cheese

#12
  1. Gorgonzola
  2. Ricotta

…um? Cream cheese? I’m adding it. In desperation.

  1. Cream cheese
  2. Neufchatel
  3. Cottage Cheese

#13

30.Wensleydale
31.Stinking Bishop
32. Cheshire
34. Danish Blue
35. Smoked Applewood
36. Roquefort
37. Dutch Edam
38. Double Gloucester
39.Red Leicester

Thats my contribution! I’m sure there are many many more. I’m trying to imagine the cheese shelves in the supermarket!


#14

Toe cheese :eek:


#15

ewwwwwww:blow:Rich!!!:laugh::laugh::laugh:


#16

Stinking Bishop!!!:laugh: Never heard of that one…I think we have roquefort twice - so were back to No. 38.

  1. Gruyere

#17

I think this may be my most favorite thread…EVER!:laugh:


#18

There you go Janice, Stinking Bishop, a very sharp, but delicious cheese- an acquired taste shall we say!:happy:


#19

Does it stink?

  1. Limberger (anotrher stinky cheese)

#20

Oh, I’m afraid I have to cry foul… “limburger” and “roquefort” are repeats… :laugh:

Here’s the list as stands:

  1. American (which shouldn’t even COUNT as cheese!)
  2. Cheddar
  3. Monterey Jack
  4. Swiss
  5. Pepper Jack
  6. Gouda
  7. Meunster
  8. Parmesan
  9. Pecorino Romano
  10. Mozzarella
  11. Provolone
  12. Havarti
  13. Brie
  14. Camembert
  15. Stilton
  16. Oka
  17. Feta
  18. Robiola (I learned that from a Jen Lancaster book)
  19. Blue/bleu cheese
  20. Roquefort
  21. Limburger
  22. Myzithra
  23. Chevre
  24. Goat Cheese
  25. Gorgonzola
  26. Ricotta
  27. Cream cheese
  28. Neufchatel
  29. Cottage Cheese
  30. Wensleydale
  31. Stinking Bishop
  32. Cheshire
  33. Danish Blue
  34. Smoked Applewood
  35. Dutch Edam
  36. Double Gloucester
    38.Red Leicester
  37. Gruyere