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Gorgonzola 'Bebiverde' DOP
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    One gorgonzola legend is an example of mistake leading to the invention of a cheese that has become very long-lived. The story claims that an innkeeper in the town of Gorgonzola had too much Stracchino cheese (made from the tired or stracca Cows returning to the valleys from mountain pastures) that didn't get used up quickly enough. After developing mold on and Throughout the cheese, he questioned whether they were still any good. Unable to absorb the potential loss, he served the Cheese anyway. Coincidentally, the customers liked it so much, they had to increase production and give them time to mold. A More likely history is that the overall production from the stracca cows was too much milk to hold, so it was made into cheese And stored in caves where they would naturally go blue over time. The method (still used today) starts with producing curt from An evening milking, allowing it to settle overnight and topping it with curd from the morning milking. Cheeses are now pierced To accelerate the veining (referred to as parsley or erborinato) of the Penicillium glaucom bacteria. Gorgonzola 'Bebiverde' Is a dolce-style cheese, with a wet, fragile rind? It is round and creamy with a relatively mild, sweet flavor. Gorgonzola 'Piccante' is an aged version also referred to as naturale, stagionato or mountain Gorgonzola. It is firm and crumbly with a Dry, thick rind and sharp flavor.

    Beverage to accompany: Robust, yeasty ales; Trappist ales; Sauternes; Bordeaux
    Quantity: .58 lb Portion
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     Gorgonzola 'Piccante' DOP

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    One gorgonzola legend is an example of mistake leading to the invention of a cheese that has become very long-lived. The story claims that an innkeeper in the town of Gorgonzola had too much Stracchino cheese (made from the tired or stracca Cows returning to the valleys from mountain pastures) that didn't get used up quickly enough. After developing mold on and Throughout the cheese, he questioned whether they were still any good. Unable to absorb the potential loss, he served the Cheese anyway. Coincidentally, the customers liked it so much, they had to increase production and give them time to mold. A More likely history is that the overall production from the stracca cows was too much milk to hold, so it was made into cheese And stored in caves where they would naturally go blue over time. The method (still used today) starts with producing curt from An evening milking, allowing it to settle overnight and topping it with curd from the morning milking. Cheeses are now pierced to accelerate the veining (referred to as parsley or erborinato) of the Penicillium glaucom bacteria. Gorgonzola 'Bebiverde' Is a dolce-style cheese, with a wet, fragile rind? It is round and creamy with a relatively mild, sweet flavor. Gorgonzola 'Piccante' is an aged version also referred to as naturale, stagionato or mountain Gorgonzola. It is firm and crumbly with a Dry, thick rind and sharp flavor.

    Beverage to accompany: Volpicella; Chianti; Champagne: Full-bodied red wines & sweet red wines; lager beer
    Quantity: 3 lb 1/4 Wheel
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     Gouda

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    Named after the Dutch town of Gouda, just outside Rotterdam. It accounts for more than 60% of the cheese produced in Holland and it has a very long history. Gouda is a traditional, creamery, hard cheese. It is round with very smooth, yellow, waxed rind. The flavor is sweet and fruity. As time passes, the taste intensifies and becomes more complex. Mature Gouda (18 months plus) is coated in black wax which provides a stark contrast to the deep yellow interior. Gouda is considered to be one of the world's great cheeses. It is both a table cheese and a dessert cheese, excellent with fruit and wine. Gouda is now made globally in a style similar to the creation of Edam.

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    Quantity: 7 oz Portion
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     Gouda Light

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    This very special light Gouda cheese is imported from Holland, the homeland of Goudas. Holland Gooda Light is a lower calorie yet flavorful cheese that goes well with crackers, fruit and California white wine. (Our favorite with this cheese is a Chardonnay by Cakebread Cellars.) Tangy, mild and firm, you will love this light Gouda from Holland!

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    Quantity: 1/2 lb Portion
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     Gouda, 4 year Extra Aged, Farmstead

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    Aging for four years could result in some pretty powerful cheese, but this Gouda gracefully ages to a mellow, very complex cheese that will add certain wisdom to the cheeseboard. It is a true Boerenkaas Gouda meaning a 'farmer's cheese', that is also farmhouse thus made on a single farm. Boerenkaas are always made with whole, raw milk from cows that have been grazing on pasture. It is an excellent substitute for grating cheeses and will caramelize nicely under the broiler. The texture is similar to Parmigiano-Reggiano, very firm and flaky with the same clusters of protein crystals that burst with flavors on the palate. The color is deep amber and burnt orange, and the flavor is sweet and salty with a butterscotch finish.

    Beverage to accompany: Reislings; Champagne
    Quantity: 1/2 lb Portion
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     Grand 17 lb Wheel Of Morbier Jura AOC

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    Originally Morbier was made from leftover curd for the personal consumption of Comte cheese makers. The AOC versions Are from the Jura or Doubs regions -- other non-AOC Morbier on the market are usually made in other departments and do not Have the same integrity of flavor of AOC versions. It is a semi-soft cow's milk cheese, named after the small village of Morbier and identified by the layer of ash in the center. Initially, the milk for Morbier came from two milkings (the evening And the morning), hence the layering of the cheese. But the ash that appears in the center has a few legends. Some say that The curd was left to sit by the fire overnight until the morning milking and the ash from the fire blew on to the settling Curd. Others say it was intentionally rubbed on the evening layer, with soot from the bottom of the kettles, to keep it from Drying out and to protect it from flies (the resinous soot or ash used was thought to have insecticide properties). In yet Another version, a clumsy cheese maker dropped a freshly made cheese and to hide the soiled side placed another layer on top. Now, Morbier is made commercially from a single milking and uses a sterilized vegetable ash for tradition's sake. The Morbier Jura has a supple, soft texture and a very mild flavor with good richness.

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    Quantity: 17 lb Wheel
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     Holland Smoked

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    Beverage to accompany: Hearty red wines
    Quantity: 1/2 lb Portion
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     Humboldt Fog

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    This beautiful round wheel has a center layer of vegetable ash and an exterior of ash and white mold that is reminiscent of the early morning fog. The white pate develops a soft runny edge with age.

    Beverage to accompany: Big fruity un-oaked white wine without too much acidity
    Quantity: 5 lb Portion
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     Jalapeno Jack

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    Quantity: 10 oz Wheel
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     Jalapeno Jack, Low Fat

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    When jalapeno peppers were first added to jack cheese, a new era in cheese was born. Also called Pepper Jack, this heavenly mixture of spicy and creamy flavors has become one of America’s favorites. Cream Bay brings to the table an amazing low-fat version of this new standard. Also try our Cream Bay low fat Cheddar!

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