Word of the Day

turophile \TOOR-uh-fyle\ noun
: a connoisseur of cheese : a cheese fancier

18 Responses to “Word of the Day”

  1. Mr. Bingley says:

    Yum…I have some lovely Wensleydale with cranberries at home…yumyumyum.

  2. Ken Summers says:

    Surrender Monkey!

  3. Mr. Bingley says:

    it’s ok to eat an English cheese!

  4. Dave J says:

    As long as it’s not “American cheese,” which is, you know, not really cheese. I’m ashamed to say I was actually addicted to the stuff…admittedly, that was when I was eight years old.

  5. We’re glad that you’re comfortable enough with us now for these astonishing confessionals, Dave.
    We’re here.
    For you.

  6. Mr. Bingley says:

    Well, american cheese is far above that staple of midwest cuisine…cheezwhiz.

  7. Faith says:

    M-m-m-m-m… CHEESE!

  8. Faith says:

    That was my Homer impression.
    Did it translate well?

  9. I understood it, in between cheese and cracker crunching. {8^P

  10. HERETIC !!!
    (God, I love that stuff. Do you realize just how deprived we were as children?? No Velveeta, no CheeseWhiz, DAMN!)

  11. Crusader says:

    Yup, the food of the goods. Tho I am partial to a twangy extra-sharp chedde.

  12. Mr. Bingley says:

    the food of the goods?
    heheh, that’s pretty …good

  13. NJ Sue says:

    I shouldn’t reveal this, but a certain cheese snob with whom I live has been known to eat several helpings of a casserole of secret Midwestern origin, containing the dreaded Cheez Wiz.

  14. Mr. Bingley says:

    The man who does not cheerfully consume what his beloved bride places before him is not long for this world.

  15. What a weasel. Wheeze-el. Whiz-el.
    All of the above.

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