Saturday, October 14, 2017

Foot Cheese

I don't know what stage of Limburger cheese they were eating at this Oktoberfest down the way, but it was unsettling to learn from the Wisconsin Cheeseman that there are three of them: Beginner, Intermediate and Hardcore, also described as "weapons-grade."

I won't have what he's having

Thinking twice about their life choices

No please no why did I—no. And I think that's Brett Favre sitting to her left

The winner. But didn't we all win by not entering this contest?

36 comments:

  1. Hi Jeanna, where do you find these events to? Love the photos, not one person looks like they are actually enjoying the cheese. Count yourself a winner for sure!

    xx

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    1. This one is so close and I can be so lazy = a natural fit. There were some pretty miserable expressions.

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  2. The ladies face in that photo says it all...brilliant

    Thank you for linking up

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    1. And I really enjoyed laughing at their pain, Darren.

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  3. Oh their faces are a picture! Brilliant captures.

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    1. I had quite a larf at their expense, Fi.

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  4. The womans face is perfect. My husbands grandmother loved this cheese and it stunk so bad. Yuck! Don't know how people get past the smell of rotten socks.

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    1. Isn't it though, lol. Yeah someone's grandparents always love some stanky thang like Limburger cheese. I see your Yuck! and raise you a bleeeh with a side of shudder.

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  5. LOL got to agree those ladies faces says it all lmao :-)

    Have a cheesytastic day :-)

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    1. Every day is Cheese Tastic in Wisconsin, Steve!

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  6. I too like the women's face the best. That's some bad smell. I can't imagine eating it.

    Have a fabulous day. ☺

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    1. I didn't get close enough to smell it, so happy for my telephoto lens.

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  7. Fun post and great photos ~ not sure about the cheese ~ but yes we are all winners not having entered this contest ~ LOL

    A ShutterBug Explores ~ aka ~ (A Creative Harbor)

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    1. That's always a fun fest to swing by.

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    1. It's a nice little festival, Carol.

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    1. It struck me that they were nuts, Kate.

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  10. Great pictures -- I love cheese, but yeah, not this kind thanks.

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    1. I had to be reminded of "Meowing Out Loud," PC. Someone has to slip bleu cheese by me and do so in small bits for me to eat it. My cousin stuffed some expensive cuts of meat with bleu cheese once, still pondering that one.

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  12. DO they produce Limburger cheese in Wisconsin? I didn't know about the different level neither. My husband is one of those who would like to try it (it gives me chills just to think abut it).

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    1. It's one of the specialties of The Chalet Cheese Cooperative in Monroe which is an hour south of here. I keep trying to make their Cheese Days in September and know they have a lot o cheese there year round. I bet they feature Limburger during their festival and now you have me curious. Maybe I'll contact them and ask where one can sample Limburger.

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  13. The expressions are priceless.. we are cheese lovers

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    1. I don't remember my encounters with Limburger, but maybe I should experience it again (or for the first time).

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    1. That's what caught my eye. Fortunately nothing caught my nose.

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  15. Look at all those expressions! Interesting festivals you have here...cheers,

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    1. And there seem to be more and more of them Indah.

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  16. was here Monday or Tue and left a comment for All SEason, but ...I don't see my comment - did you not receive it? If not, I feel for the people who felt they had to eat that cheese!
    In reply to your comment about the fires on my blogpost - yes those fires wreak havoc. Have smelled smoke all last week while the fires are about 3-4 hrs. away), so I try to stay indoors most of the time right now.

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    1. I went through and didn't see one, JSG. I chose to laugh at them rather than to feel sorry for them. I was wondering about the smell and any residual soot. It's a shame you have to stay in, am hoping they are under control for the most part now. It's a devastating thing.

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