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I mean, I’m no millennial, but I much prefer other cheeses...


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I am so off American cheese..My local cheesemonger is my go to for cheese now..Her platters are works of art...


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I hope it doesn’t disappear. For cheeseburgers and grilled cheese sandwiches you really can’t beat it.


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All this just as I have been exploring vegan cheese alternatives. Guess what? They pretty much emulate bland American slices, and some are even worse. The expensive ones can get interesting though.


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Sales of processed cheeses like Kraft and Velveeta will drop 1.6% this year, ...


Not quite banishment.

I like all cheese. "To every cheese there is a season..."


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I hope it doesn’t disappear. For cheeseburgers and grilled cheese sandwiches you really can’t beat it.


Oh, I can beat it. Most semi-soft cheese work wonderfully on burgers. I like using Affinois, for instance. Round slices of provolone are great too.
 
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BL that looks awesome!!


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That cheese platter looks like a real delight, BeeLady.

I like a lot of different cheeses, but I agree with Steve. I've put a variety of cheeses on my burgers depending on what is in the fridge at any given time, but I still prefer a Kraft single for that purpose or for a grilled cheese sandwich.

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I make a grilled cheese with Muenster and Monterey Jack. The key is to broil it open-faced just a bit to get the cheese started to melt before you slap the halves together and grill them.
 
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I make grilled cheese with whatever I have. It’s all good!
 
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You need some sort of processed American cheese to do a good nacho/cheese dip. The rest just melt into greasy, clumpy oblivion. Eeeeew.
 
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I use cheddar or the "Mexican" mixes of cheddar and jack cheeses for nachos.

Sadly Nacho Mama's of Park City has closed.
Ate there once. Great name, pretty good food.


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Nachos <> nacho cheese dip.

Nachos > nacho cheese dip.

But for parties the cheese dip rules.
 
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