Cheese of the Month

November 2008:
Kerrygold Vintage Irish Cheddar

The Irish cheese crafters that produce Blarney and Dubliner, limited production only the very best are allowed to bear the vintage label, pasteurized cow's milk, cheese cultures, salt and enzymes, a connoisseur's cheddar, rich, firm, smooth body. (Courtesy of Fairway)

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June 2008: Etorki

100% sheep's milk cheese from the Pyrnees (the mountains that divide France and Spain). Firm, oily texture, nutty olive-y fruity flavor. Among the world's oldest and most heavenly cheese. (Courtesy of Fairway)

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May 2008: Italian Fontina Val D'Aosta

Best noted as a savory and fruity table cheese, Fontina is also a great cooking cheese as it melts evenly without losing any flavor. Aged for over 60 days. (Courtesy of Fairway)

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April 2008: Cantal

From Auvergne: Sweet, yet earthy, semi-hard cheese, a bit mild when young, this one is matured for 6 months, perfect for fruits. (Courtesy of Fairway)

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March 2008: Raw-milk Raclette

Aged for 60 days. Raclette has a fulll, fruity flavor and a golden, buttery body. The name "Raclette" in Swiss dialect means "to scrape" and applies to part of the method of preparing the famous Siwss dish "Raclette." (Courtesy of Fairway)

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February 2008: Comté

"Comté: Raw-milk Gruyere from the Jura Mountain of Western France, imcomparably rich, nutty flavor, unquestionably one of the world's greatest cheese, aged 90 days minimum."

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