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December 20, 2010

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Ooohhh, queso de bola... I love cheese, so this is food porn of the highest degree. Now I have to go buy some. *drools*

have you tried making cheesecake from edam/queso de bola? queso de bola cheesecake is becoming trendy in restaurants around metro manila.

Uh-oh. My pregnant brain is reveling in all the deliciousness that would be saltier, Filipino-style Edam cheese. I think I'm making a pilgrimage to Seafood City...

Oh, and quick question about the alcohol content -- seeing as how I'm pregnant and all, does the fondue cook enough to burn off the alcohol, or should I find an appropriate non-alcoholic liquid substitute? Thanks, Marvin!

That looks so good.

Thanks row.

I've never tried making cheesecake from queso de bola, sandrita. But I'll definitely add that to my list of things to try.

Congratulations on the the little one, Lorena! I do think the beer cooks enough to burn off the alcohol, but just to be safe, I'd recommend finding a non-alcoholic substitute.

Thanks Joy.

This post is making me homesick! Here's something else to do with queso de bola: Grate it finely, then place about 2-3 tablespoons of grated cheese in rounds on a baking sheet (lined with a silpat or parchment paper) - almost like you would with cookies, but you would flatten the mounds a bit so it melts evenly. Bake at 350 until it melts. Once it's cool, scrape it off the baking sheet - it will be crispy/crunchy like chips!

wow! that looks so yummy! gotta try this before my mom eats what's left of my QDB! thanks!

Very yummy and delicious stuffs. Im gonna try this Bola Fondue this weekend.http://www.vivamagonline.com/index.php I love this post and it gives a wonderful recipe tips. Very nice post and thanks for shraing

The truth is I was attracted to the bottle of San Miguel Beer in your picture. Ice cold beer with Edam Cheese as pulutan is the best way to enjoy this. Its wonderful that you posted this new way of actually enjoying this combination!Kudos to you and more power!

I simply love queso de bola with hot pandesal & freshly brewed coffee...that's it & nothing else.

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