This Jack is packing heat— fresh red and green Jalapeños add a kick to buttery cheese made with milk from a 16-farm cooperative in Wisconsin. Bursting with south-of-the-border flavor, eat immediately or melt over nachos or burgers.
This is a New World spin on Manchego, classic of the Old World. Same nutty, rich profile and sweet, mellow finish - but made with cow's milk from Wisconsin's dairymen. 2011 American Cheese Society Winner Read More
In Finland they call it ‘Juustoleipa’, which roughly translates to what we call it around these parts. Make no mistake; there isn’t any bread involved. It's all pasteurized cows milk that's baked just after formation into cheese, hence the roasty toasty appearance. Read More
Ever wish you could eat a pound of Parm, but find the hard, dry texture a challenge? Piave is the easy eatin' version, packing all that savory crystalline nuttiness within a smooth, sliceable paste. Grab a salami and you're all set. Read More
The grilling cheese, from Cyprus - made from pasteurized sheep and goat milk with a smattering of mint. Skewer cubes on kabobs or pan-sear for breakfast with eggy toast this springy, mildly briny wonder just wont melt. Read More