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4-Way Cheese

4 squares in one slice.
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Marble cheese makes every bite taste like a mashup of cheddar and mozza, no point I can even see for marbling. Might as well be a light orange hunk.

I propose a block of cheese with 4 equal squares (cross sectioned) of different cheeses.

This way, each half of each half of a sandwich will be a different treat.

I'd like a ham and swiss/cheddar/mozza/blue.

Giblet, Mar 28 2008

Five counties cheese http://everything2....20counties%20cheese
This sounds like what you're describing [Srimech, Mar 28 2008]

Five counties cheese http://springbankch...e-counties-logo.jpg
[Srimech]'s suggestion - pic. [skinflaps, Mar 28 2008]

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       I think I have seen something similar to this at least with different coloured cheeses. perhaps they were just squished together and not actually produced that way though.
po, Mar 28 2008
  

       Yes, this exists in some delicatessens and specialised cheese shops in the UK. And it's very nice, especially on toast.
8th of 7, Mar 28 2008
  

       It's called Five Counties cheese. It is not quite in the layout you describe, though - something like a Battenberg that could be cut into sandwich-sized slices could be a winner.
Srimech, Mar 28 2008
  

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skinflaps, Mar 28 2008
  

       [Srimech] But that's /five/ types of cheese, not four.
Not the same thing at all.
coprocephalous, Mar 28 2008
  

       Available or not, it sounds brilliant. Don't do it with blue cheese, though, because the blue will spread.
david_scothern, Mar 28 2008
  

       Actually you probably could use blue cheese without the blue spreading too much, huntsman cheese is Stilton (a blue cheese) and Double Gloucester (a yellow cheese) and in the pictures I've seen there's no spreading.   

       Anyway, great idea [+] I'd go with corned beef and white Cheddar/Swiss/Jack/Havarti.
Spacecoyote, Mar 29 2008
  

       After all, you don't want your blue and yellow mixing, lest green cheese result. Maybe the moon was originally yellow on the light side, blue on the dark side, and now look where we've got to?
david_scothern, Mar 29 2008
  

       No, it still wouldn't taste of anything, except perhaps the plastic wrapping.....
8th of 7, Mar 29 2008
  

       I like pizza and I like Chinese food, but putting a Chinese topping on a pizza does justice to neither. Similarly a good cheese is not improved by being eaten simultaneously with other good cheeses.
wagster, Mar 29 2008
  

       <sarcasm>Wagster, I guess that's why cheese plates at parties have only one kind of cheese, because who in their right mind would enjoy more then one kind of cheese?</sarcasm>
Giblet, Mar 29 2008
  

       [wagster] - I think [Giblet]'s idea would improve on existing multiple-cheese designs because you *wouldn't* be eating them simultaneously. You'd get a separate cheese in each bite. Well, most of them, anyway. There would be edge cases.
Srimech, Mar 29 2008
  
      
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