First, here's the menu:
Hot chocolate, milk soup, tilapia in cheddar, mac n' cheese, greek salad, cheese blintzes, ravioli, cheese cake and ice cream.
Cheeses eaten with white wine:
Blue, brie, le marcaire, smoked cheddar, and cranberry with port wine cheese.
Several years ago, I bought a few good cheese for Shavuot and ate them with wine with my friend. After all the wine and cheese, we were wasted like never before. We barely crawled to shul and drinking a cup of coffee where one third of the cup was coffee and the rest water didn't help.
Having the above incident in mind, I warned my friends, different ones, who came over not to eat too much of the weird cheeses. Well, the cheeses tasted too good and my warning went unheeded. After coming to shul, I offered my friend who ate by me some x-mas tea, mint with white tea, but he shrugged it off.
For the afternoon meal, we went to the above mentioned friends. Turns out that the dude felt so nasty afterwards that he thought he may need to go to the hospital. At the meal, he refused to eat anything dairy and claimed to swear off cheese until at least next Shavuot. I, of course, being the good friend that I am, made sure to make fun of him throughout the meal.
Let this be a warning to everyone else. If you don't usually eat aged or imported fine cheeses, don't spend Shavuot night stuffing yourself with assorted cheese and milk products. You will feel like crap and you will wish to have never laid eyes on said cheese in the first place.
This has been a public service announcement.