I went to a restaurant last night with some friends and when I saw the menu, I was like, “Hey guys! Cheese tower!” My friends are always down/vegetarian, so we got it, goat cheese snowman and all.
I am never eating cheese again.
(this was a mini life update)
25 thoughts on “Cheese Tower”
lol, I wouldn’t recommend it, especially if you don’t have any real food with it
I’m a little afraid of that.
I think we all felt a bit sick after
God am I glad you didn’t go on and on about how super, fantastic, yummy, delicious that freaky thing was. Honestly, I was so struck by the photo I said aloud — That’s disgusting! — before I even read your post.
And the chef who created that has easy access to knives? very worrying
It is cute though…. *snickers*
i dunno AJ…all that cheeeeese…did u at least get a good baguette and some olives and some prosciutto and some wine and som…ahhh shadddup. continue…
just looking at that picture makes me feel constipated, that much cheese can mess with your digestion, just sayin. It is cute though 😛
My hubby is a chef. I’m going to go tell him all his food should be designed around snowmen and other mythical creatures. I’m *sure* he will thank me.
Woa. That looks awesome. I’ve never been served a snowman-shaped dish. 😉
I LOVE cheese, BUT that’s a bit MUCH! Attractive on the platter? Ah, OK.
I shared it with three other people, but we still had a hard time finishing it
Because it’s almost Halloween, they should’ve altered it into a Cheese Scarecrow or Cheese Monster Goblin. You know, to make it festive.
disturbing cheese arrangement
It’s a warning from Bad Santa?
Our cheese towers were deep-fat fried and came on sticks. This was in a dim sum shop struggling to survive.
They really served that in a restaurant? Interesting on the plate, but even more interesting to try to eat it.
Okay, so here’s my awkward story.
I’m inside a store yesterday, lets call it Wal-mart, and this little Mexican kid comes running up,(I guess it doesn’t matter if I say he was Mexican or not, I mean it has no impact on my story, him being Mexican and all, he could have just as well been Jewish. Shit, now I sound racist, okay, lets turn the kid into a little mixed nationality boy, yes that sounds okay, right?) Okay so I’m in K-mart and this little mixed nationality boy comes running fast down the isle I’m standing in(I was reading InTouch magazine) and trips over my leg. Now here’s where it gets awkward, the kid turns out to be Apple, Gwyneth Paltrows kid! Can you believe that? I hated the movie Contagion.
Wait, are we not still telling awkward stories? You guys are talking about cheese? Oh. This is so, crap, what’s the word? Uncomfortable, that’s it.
So yeah, cheese, cool.
Where has that snowman been all my life.
And in re awkward stories, I was in the restrooms at the office once when the toilet I’d just finished using flushed with exaggerated thoroughness. When it was finally finished violently flushing almost a full minute later, I turned to the other woman washing her hands and said “that is one flushed toilet!” Which was kind of funny but not supremely funny.
Still, I made myself laugh. I continued to giggle out in the hall, laughed quietly while waiting for the elevator and had lost it by the time the elevator doors opened to reveal a pretty packed car. Through hiccups, I explained to no one in particular that I was laughing because the toilet had flushed really hard – and laughed even harder because that was a deranged thing to say to a car full of strangers. And they all ignored me, which I thought was completely hilarious so I guffawed into the corner of the elevator all by myself, surrounded by densely packed strangers for 8 long floors down.
Good thing the cheese snowman didn’t melt!
Cheese! Oooo…I love cheese! I just recently got into goat cheese, and I love it. I’d love it more it was always shaped like a snowman.