Do you think Dubliner instead of sharp cheddar would work? And, uh, if Dubliner *is* sharp cheddar, feel free to laugh at me:)
I think Dubliner is a type of cheddar. So yes, it would be fine.
Terrific-thank you both!
just about any gratable cheese would work.
Absolutely! Any firm cheese will work. I would not use something like mozzerella, I think that is too melty but a nice sharp aged provolone would be nice and Dubliner will work just fine.
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