Now in SFO Domestic RCC: Frozen Cheese!

Old Jan 28, 09, 9:19 am
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Originally Posted by worldexpress View Post
No need for an exclamation mark based on a one time experience.
Huh? Compositionally, an exclamation point indicates surprise, emphasis, and in this case a reaction to the new newness of the experience. If I was hardened to the frozen cheese (pun intended), there would be no need for an exclamation point.
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Old Jan 28, 09, 9:27 am
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Originally Posted by DEN View Post
Now I don't feel so alone that the highlight of my RCC stopover is the cheese...especially if it's the Tillimook!
Another Tillamook afficianado. ^

I grew up in the Northwest. Went to Scout camp in the Tillamook area, Camp Meriwether. Always looked forward to a stop at the Tillamook cheese factory. It is still my favorite cheddar cheese (don't like the white, no character). We get the Tillamook cheese with our crew meals.

Can't say I've ever tried it frozen?
As someone else mentioned, we're just happy to know that our meals have been refregerated. That is not always the case and I have discovered many "surprises" in crew meals. Food borne illness is probably one of the bigger hazards for frequent travellers.
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