Cheese: A Few Of My Favorite Things

Brent Delman (The Cheese Guy) has, for years brought us some of the finest cheeses in the kosher world. Over a month ago I picked three of them I had not seen before…


Three Cheeses

…and cholov Yisroel too!

The creamery that makes the Mild Cheddar has thoroughly mastered the art of cheddaring. Aged under 6 months, the distinctive Cheddar taste is very much present but it is not that strong that it would overpower anything it’s mixed with, rather it will nicely enhance it with a slight hint of butter. I used it in a salad with kale, onion, cherry tomatoes, and the combination was delicious!

The Gruyere Style Vermont Mountain Cheese made a truly great French, French Onion Soup. Scrumptious! It’s got a unique nuttiness and earthiness.

Pepper Jack was never one of my favorites… until now! It was spicy and yet creamy, full of flavor, in spite of the spiciness.

As usual, The Cheese Guy‘s selection of cheeses does not disappoint, that leaves me with no choice but to try their selections of pasta, crackers, jam, chutney, conserves and specifically that Heirloom Apple and Vermont Maple Syrup Butter… Just writing it makes my mouth water!



1 Response to “Cheese: A Few Of My Favorite Things”

  1. 1 Batya Rosenkopf
    November 12, 2018 at 8:16 am

    For years now I’ve loved the rich selection of The Cheese Guy’s cheeses; I used to get them at Barzini’s when I lived in Manhattan’s Upper West Side. Now that I live in Brooklyn’s Midwood area I get them at Pomegranate, unfortunately, they only carry a limited selection.


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