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March 15, 2019

DEPARTMENT OF RESEARCHERS WITH WAY TOO MUCH SPARE TIME

Exposing cheese to round-the-clock music could give it more flavor and hip hop might be better than Mozart, Swiss researchers said on Thursday.

(Thanks to pharmaross, who says "Exposure to Barry Manilow music results in rancid cheese.")

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Or sour cream

This...actually makes a little bit of sense. You're basically constantly shaking the cheese, moving stuff around inside, which probably blends the flavors and mold and stuff better. A constant, driving beat would probably be more effective.

A paint-shaker would probably work, too.

They started out playing both Christmas carols and the My Pillow jingle very loud and non-stop. When the entire production crew disappeared for some reason, the company discontinued that type of music.

For unknown reasons the company also destroyed that run of cheese.

I assume they tried something by Richard Cheese?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f66kEastC58

I think there are some holes in this theory.

New Monty Python cheese shop skit: "Would you like some Bach Brie sir ? Madonna Muenster is quite pleasant ....or perhaps Ramones Roquefort ?"

“The hip hop sample topped the list of all cheese exposed to music in terms of fruitiness...(it) was the strongest of these in terms of smell and taste.”

In other words, hip hop cheese is fruitier and stinkier.
I'll give it a pass...

Cheese is cheese, no matter how you cut it.

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