Thursday, December 4, 2008


The cheese below on the left is American Muenster Cheese. The cheese on the right is the original, wonderfully stinky, yummy, soft glorious French cheese called Munster. These two cheese have nothing in common except the name. The original Munster has a reddish-orangey rind that is surrounding a creamy (although not like a Camembert) holey center. American Muenster is bland, boring and has no barnyard funk to it. American Muenster melts well. It has a place. Just as Kraft singles have a place. That place is in the grilled cheese sandwiches of small children who don't know any better.