If this blog were a book, you'd read it on the toilet.
YES! I love that word too!
I freaking love gorgonzola. I may name my first kid that, in fact. I guess I better get busy knocking up Gwyneth Paltrow since she's the only one who would let me saddle my kid with some ridiculous food-associated handle.
I thought that was a piece of marble...
I think it sounds like a Godzilla monster villain and it's of my opinion it tastes like one too. ICK! Cheese should never be blue, that's my opinion.
Love the blue stuff. Used to be I would never eat it, then one day, BOINNNGG , I start thinking, Hmmmm, I'd like me some gorgonzola. Don't know why, maybe a hormone shift.
Well, to paraphrase Grandpa Fred from "Sixteen Candles", "You don't prounounce it son, you eat it."
Nothing says runs like cheese, I'll pass.
A Fish Called Wanda!!!
I like to say, "conspicuious", "obfusticates", and "padiddle" but none of these are a cheese.Doc
It's actually pronounced Balucci's, but the 'a' is silent.
I'm with "gun".
You can pronounce it "GOD THIS IS AWESOME CHEESE" if ya want!- Jennifer
LOL at MCGone!Good times.I think the pronunciation is directly relative to which side of the trscks you reside.
Gorgonzola by any other name would still smell like feet.
In Italian, it would be "gor-gon." As in the creature that turns things to stone, as the cheese can do when it becomes overripe.
gorg rules. you ain't had gorg until you've had the gorg dressing from The Castle in Olean, New York.
Smells like teen feets on sneakers!
OOOH OOH!!HEY LISTEN!!!take one large sweet potato-wrap in paper towel-nuke for 6-7 minutesSPRINKE WITH GARGONZOLA CHEESEdamn tastey and so stinky.like heaven i tells ya!HEAVEN!!
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