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Mascarpone
  • Mascarpone
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    The name of this cheese apparently derives from mascarpa, a by-product extracted from the whey left over from making Stracchino. A more colorful entomology of the name's origin is the Spanish expression 'mas que bueno' ('more than good'). This fresh, 75% butter-fat traditional dairy product has been coagulated with lemon juice and allowed to drain resulting in a smooth, ultra-creamy texture and mild buttery flavor.

    Beverage to accompany: Complex fruity ales; sweet dessert wines; Belgian-style Saison
    Quantity: 1/2 lb Portion
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     Maytag Blue Cheese

  • Maytag Blue Cheese
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    Vegetarian, blue cheese of cylindrical shape made from cow's milk. It has been produced since 1920's when the Maytag's founded their family farm producing cheeses. This cheese is not produced in huge volumes as the cheesemakers want to keep the tradition of hand-made cheese and offer only best quality cheese to the customer. Maytag Blue has a crumbly texture and it reveals a very spicy flavor. The period of curing and maturing takes six months. Other cheeses from the production of Maytag Dairy Farm include White Cheddar and Edam. This cheese is used as a table cheese for dressings and salads.

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    Quantity: 1/2 lb Portion
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     Mimolette Vielle

  • Mimolette Vielle
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    Mimolette may also be called Boule de Lille after the city of Lille where it was created. The cheese is closely related to a Dutch Edam; even the melon-sized wheel with the flattened top and bottom are nearly identical. Mimolette, however, has a natural rind that, over time, will become rough and pockmarked. The interior is a strikingly rich orange color that ages to an orange-brown color. The texture is firm with a caramelized, nutty, rich flavor and slight tang on the finish.

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    Quantity: 7 lb Wheel
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     Mirabo Walnut

  • Mirabo Walnut
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    Mirabo Walnut, a sophisticated soft ripened cheese, has been mastered by Kaserei Champignon of Bavaria, Germany. Its exclusive blossom shape, with find while mold, gives mirabo its unmistakable appearance. The pate of this cheese is a soft and creamy delight, and the finest crushed walnuts, speckled throughout, produce a wonderfully mild and nutty flavor.

    Beverage to accompany: Fruity, full-scented white wines, full bodied reds
    Quantity: 6 oz Portion
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     Montagnolo

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    Montagnolo is a triple cream soft ripened blue cheese, carefully crafted by the master cheese makers of Kaserei Champignon in the alpine mountain region of Bavaria, Germany. The buttery texture and rich, piquant flavor intensifies as it ripens. This cheese was inspired by delicacies of the Renaissance and a time when cheese making was performed by cottages and families in this region.

    Beverage to accompany: Full bodied reds, Bordeaux, Pinot Noire; richly bouqueted whites.
    Quantity: .4 lb Portion
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     Monterey Jack

  • Monterey Jack
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    The Monterey Jack was developed by a Californian Scot, David Jacks in 1882 (some sources state 1916). Monterey Jack's consistency depends on its maturity; most softer varieties (common in American supermarkets) is aged for one month, while grating Jack is aged for upwards of 6 months. Older Jacks are smeared with oil and pepper to maintain softer rinds. Monterey Jack has a buttery, mild taste and melts easily.

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    Quantity: 5 lb Portion
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     Morbier du Livradois

  • Morbier du Livradois
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    With a meadow-sweet aroma of nuts and hay typical of Savoie milk, this raw-milk Morbier by Livradois is most famous for incorporating both the morning and the evening milk of the cow, separated by a decorative layer of ash. Wedges of this large, round, firm cheese, full flavored and sophisticated yet liked by many, are beautiful on cheese platters.

    Beverage to accompany: Tangy white wines, light fruity reds
    Quantity: .5 lb Portion
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     Muenster

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    Quantity: 1/2 lb Portion
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     Nokkelost

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    Creamy, semi-hard cheese with the shape of wheel or block. It is a factory-made version of the Dutch cheese Leiden and has been made since the seventeenth century. The name of the cheese means 'crossed keys'.

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    Quantity: 2.2 lb Wheel
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     Parmesan

  • Parmesan
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    Named after an area in Italy, Parma Parmesan is one of the world's most popular and widely-enjoyed cheeses. Milk used for Parmesan is heated and curdled in copper containers but not before most of the milk's cream has been separated and removed. Curd is cut and then heated to 125 degrees F, all the while stirring the curd to encourage whey runoff. The curd is further cooked at temperatures of up to 131 degrees F, then pressed in cheesecloth-lined moulds. After two days, the cheeses are removed and salted in brine for a month, then allowed to mature for up to two years in very humid conditions.

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    Quantity: 1/2 lb Portion
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