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17 Aug, 2008

Top 10 stinky cheeses

Posted by: Dave In: Food & Drink

I remember as a child only wanting to eat white or yellow American cheese.  The more bland, the better.

However, the older I got, the more I enjoyed eating sharp stinky cheeses.  I don’t keep American cheese in the house any longer, having replaced it with sharp cheddar.

Camembert, Munster and Roquefort are couple of my favorites cheeses on this list.  (I still think Limburger smells like stinky feet.)


Top 10 Stinky cheeses.
Photo above by cwbuecheler

2 Responses to "Top 10 stinky cheeses"

1 | epiphenita

August 18th, 2008 at 6:48 am


where’s the freakin gorgonzola? that stuff is pretty smelly. and good. i plan on test-driving some of these stinky french cheeses in the fall. will report back…

2 | Jim Thompson

August 18th, 2008 at 12:27 pm


This list does not include Venezuelan Beaver Cheese, which *must* be on any stinky cheese list in spite of it being a made up cheese. Please contact the blog author at once and have the post rewritten. Thank you.


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