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What’s In Your Lunchbox? 4 Easy Lunchin’ Ideas

In Curd on the Street On September 15, 2014 0 Comments

It's time to go back to school, which means another year of crumpled brown bags full of same-old-same-old… just enough to make it through the day. Whether you're packing up lunch for your kids, or you're just a kid a heart, we have a few ideas to make your mid-day meal something to look forward to. Want more lunch ideas? More importanly, do you want to win some free cheese? Need we even ask?! Check out our “What’s in Your Lunchbox?” Pintrest contest to find new ideas, and share your own. You can also enter to win a $100 Murray’s Gift Card! 1. Ham Sandwich, The "Do Over" Just say “NO” to those nasty ham sandwiches. There's nothing worse than finally sitting down to lunch and biting into a flavorless, floppy sandwich. At Murray’s, we reject the idea that the old brown bag classic has to be so darn dull. Jazz it up with the king of deli meats Mortadella, smear on some sinfully spicy Lusty Monk mustard and then bring it all together with a few crisp Rick's Picks Pickles. 2.Mac and Cheese, PLEASE Got a little more time on your hands? Pick up a Murray’s Mac & Cheese ... Read More

We DO Know Cheese: Murray’s Associates Pass Exam with Flying Curds

In Curd on the Street On September 3, 2014 0 Comments

Kroger and Murray’s Cheese Associates Named Certified Cheese Professionals CINCINNATI, September 3, 2014 – The Kroger Company announced today that 13 Kroger associates and 4 Murray’s Cheese associates… Read More

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What’s Up With Roquefort: Help Us #RescueRoquefort

In Curd on the Street On August 27, 2014 1 Comment

The cheese world continues to be rocked by the FDA’s overreaching on bacteria counts in cheese production. Andy Hatch at Pleasant Ridge is halting Rush Creek production for… Read More

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Salad Days of Summer: Ripe Tomatoes & Fresh Mozzarella

In Cheesy Recipes, Curd on the Street On August 15, 2014 0 Comments

  There’s nothing like a ripe, still-warm tomato plucked from the garden, sprinkled with a pinch of coarse sea salt. We’re all for this method of consumption, and… Read More