Polite term used to describe very moldy cheese, particularly handy when someone is squeamish about mold. Term first coined by You Tube icon Dr Ashen describing the packaging of some Stay Fresh Cheese Bags bought from 99p stores which have the picture of two black lumps of cheese on the front. He comments, "Black cheese is not fresh cheese. If your cheese has gone black, you are in cheese trouble!"
I'm just going to Tesco to get some more Cheddar, as we're in Cheese Trouble.
by Chef Excellence March 09, 2010

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