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Friday, November 09, 2007

olfactory

With all the smells coming out of this blog it should be rated X. That durian, as frozen or de-scented or whatever was hardly mild and now today is no different. This cheese stinks but not nearly as much as the one I threw away. This one stinks like sweet creamy honey milk that is just a little south, but boy does it taste good. The other one an Explorateur, was so ripe even I couldnt eat it.


So to lighten the load a little here are some pictures from a couple days ago at the most wedding photographed location in central park. Its at 105th and 5th and its the conservatory garden. It is so nice here that it is a shame that me and the little guy play hide and seek in the bushes. Oh well.




13 comments:

buffalodickdy said...

When I was a kid, my dad would eat BierKase, a heavily scented cheese similar to Limburger. The Swiss actually invented Limburger, but the Germans took ownership! I learned alot about how cheeses become "stinky" when I once bought some aged brick cheese in Wisconsin. Couldn't wait to try it! Got home, opened it, and it knocked me flat. Soft cheeses, when aged, don't become mellow like a hard cheese- they become smelly....

Beth said...

wow, that's a beautiful shot of the city...I love a good, sharp cheese....I've never had your kind of cheese..once again, I'm a virgin.

snowelf said...

I love cityscapes and I love cheese.
I used to live in this really cool apt where I could picnic on the roof with my daughter and watch the city.
It was awesome.
Have a great weekend!

--snow

HAR said...

Central Park must look beautiful this time of year.

Lara Croft said...

I love Brie and blue vein, blue vein on crusty bread oooooooooooo drools! Love the Manhatten Pic, brings back memories and look theres the empire state building!

doggybloggy said...

Buffalo: I love smelly soft cheese.

Beth: it is a nice shot and there are more I will post.

Snowelf: we used to go on my roof in the summer for sunset dinners but the roof isnt holding up well without a deck...so deck then once again.

HAR: it is glorious

LAraCroft: with veins, without veins, creamy cheese and crusty bread is a winner.

moninanoni said...

yes, I say yes to stinky cheese.

Tavolini said...

yum--cheese! Looks like a fun weekend, outside in the city. I love the topiary mazes, too.

Casdok said...

mmmmmmmmmmm cheese!

pinknest said...

oh goodness me. sometimes i can't deal with overly stinky cheese. matt loves it. the other day he was reveling about a malodorous cheese that smelled and tasted of barnyard. aaag.

Stephanie, Single and Blogging said...

I don't know what that thing is with the cream coming out of it, but I'm in LOVE. It looks delicious.

Real Live Lesbian said...

I feel like such a vanilla foodie compared to you!

evalinn said...

Mmmmm cheese :-)

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