The Best cheeseburger Cheese

Discussion in 'I Smell Something Cooking!' started by TKnecht, Jul 14, 2010.

What's the best cheese for cheeseburgers?

  1. American (white or yellow)

    32.9%
  2. Cheddar (mild)

    11.4%
  3. Cheddar (sharp)

    34.3%
  4. Swiss

    11.4%
  5. Pepper Jack

    20.0%
  6. Blue/Roquefirt/Gorgonzola

    14.3%
  7. Other (specify)

    12.9%
  1. bigdad

    bigdad Active Member

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    Pepper Jack with Bacon with just a little Bourbon Barbecue sauce yum [:)O]
     
  2. The Postman

    The Postman You gotta love Camping!!

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    We have been buying the sliced cheddar from Costco for quite a while now, and really enjoy using it. Our family is also getting into blue cheese for our salads, and that goes very well on burgers and steaks!!
     
  3. northernmum

    northernmum just starting out!

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    Almost anything BUT American cheese, in my books.
     
  4. silvermickey2002

    silvermickey2002 Morris County, NJ

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    Too funny!!! [LOL]

    I voted for American cheese, but at times I will use muenster cheese.
     
  5. Xolthrax

    Xolthrax Franconia, Pa.

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    Sharp cheddar or cajun blackened bleu cheeseburger. Mmmm Mmmmm Mmmmmm. [:)O]
     
  6. TKnecht

    TKnecht "Disposable thumbs make me specialer than most peo

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    Anybody use that Scottish cheese?
     
  7. Matt O

    Matt O Strangers are friends who have not yet met

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    I like Land-o-Lakes Yellow American New Yorker Cheese. Yes it is different then just Yellow American....It has more attitude. I found it at Giant in PA. Go figure. I also like to use provolone or mozzarella.
     
  8. drosengrant

    drosengrant One Day at a Time

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    Brie cheese placed in the middle of two patties with a thin slice of a validia onion with some A1 Steak sauce [:D]
     
  9. TKnecht

    TKnecht "Disposable thumbs make me specialer than most peo

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    No, no, the SCOTTISH cheese:





    Loch Ness Muenster.
     
  10. Steve A

    Steve A A bad day camping beats a great day at work!

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    Loch Ness Muenster

    . o O ( Oi VEY! )

    I did a lot of backpacking in that area in my late teens/early 20s. Never saw the Muenster, Tim.
     
  11. Aladin Sane

    Aladin Sane I'd rather be camping

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    American cheese? Really? Why bother?
     
  12. Matt O

    Matt O Strangers are friends who have not yet met

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    I was watching some cooking show and the challange was to make a burger. Some people went all out with non tradtional stuff, gouda cheese, triple grain roll, ostrich meat, etc. The burger that won.......Good ole beef with american cheese.

    Sometimes you want odd stuff. Sometimes you want old fashioned.
     
  13. kurtes

    kurtes Reno, NV

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    We sometimes cook them with some teriyaki sauce and pineapple on top and melt either swiss or provolone over them.
    Seymour Wisconsin, the town both my parents were born in, lays claim to the "Home of the Hamburger". (Just a piece of trivia.)
    Steve, I've never heard of Poutine before, I think I would like it with some sort of BBQ sauce instead of brown gravy though, but I'd give it a try!
    There is nothing like squeaky fresh warm cheese curds.
     
  14. spicyville1

    spicyville1 1996 Jayco 1406 TV is a 2010 Ford F 150 FX-2

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    Mm-mm, This is really good too. Cheddar cheese with apple wood smoked bacon with crumbled blue cheese. Good lordy that is good stuff!
     
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    Dusty82 Active Member

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    Smoked Gouda on a bacon-cheeseburger is tops. I like pepper jack or plain old American on a regular cheeseburger.
     

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