Diane Putnam

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Muenster

Muenster 

This is made in the USA if it's spelled with the extra E. It was brought by German immigrants and not considered a European cheese anymore, unless it's spelled Munster and from Alsace.

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11 comments - The latest ones
Andy Rodker
Andy Rodker
How different is it? I presume it's much blander.
8 weeks ago.
Diane Putnam has replied to Andy Rodker
I have no idea, never ate any. You do realize, don't you, that of 327 million Americans, probably about 1/5 prefer only bland cheese? They live in the south or the mid-west, mostly. That still leaves...how many?...who like all kinds of cheese from everywhere. ;-b
8 weeks ago.
Andy Rodker has replied to Diane Putnam
Yes. Sorry. I was being unnecessarily provocative!
8 weeks ago.
Diane Putnam has replied to Andy Rodker
Oh, I don't mind. I have never thought so deeply about cheese before! My best cheese era was when I lived in a region with many small, family cheese makers. It was great for Sunday outings.
7 weeks ago.
Tacheles
Tacheles
It makes me wonder the Americans do not name it Monster Cheese. ;)
7 weeks ago.
Diane Putnam has replied to Tacheles
You would have to ask the original German immigrants. I just don't understand - because they spoke German, of course, how the spelling got changed from Munster!
7 weeks ago.
Tacheles has replied to Diane Putnam
Presumably the original immigrants joined the eternal choirs. So they cannot tell, but pushing the daisies.
The main point - disregarded its name - is the taste. Enjoy!
7 weeks ago.
Diane Putnam has replied to Tacheles
Of course! ;-b
7 weeks ago.
Gudrun
Gudrun
I wonder how they manage to slice Muenster which is a softish smelly cheese that gets runny when ripe?;-)
5 weeks ago.
Andy Rodker has replied to Gudrun
A spoon and a nice fresh piece of crusty bread recently from the oven (the bread that is, not the spoon).
4 weeks ago.
Diane Putnam has replied to Andy Rodker
Sounds good to me! No problem, I was able to translate what you said.
3 weeks ago.