Cheddar Curds 1 lb Heritage: Prior to 1850, nearly all the cheese produced in the United States was Cheddar. Cheddar production in Wisconsin began in the mid 1800's and by 1880, more Cheddar was produced in Wisconsin than any other cheese variety. Today it accounts for a large percentage of the cheese made in the state, which makes Wisconsin the leader in U.S. Cheddar production. Description: A regional favorite. Wisconsin Cheese curds are most commonly white or yellow in color. Available in plain or flavored varieties. Cheese Curds are about the size and shape of shell peanuts and feature milk, milky, salty flavor. They have the same textue as Mild Cheddar cheese, but with a more springy texture. Handling Tips: Refrigerate cheese curds in the original wrapping until ready to use. If the original wrapping is removed; rewrap cheese tightly in a plastic bag with an interlocking seal to prevent air pockets and absorption of other food flavors. The flavor of most cheese is best when eaten at room temperature, so remove from your refrigerator one or two hours before serving. Cheese can dry out quickly, so do not unwrap or open the cheese until just before it is to be used. With a somewhat salty flavor, Wisconsin Cheese curds are excellent accompaniments to pale ales and lagers or with popular snacking favorites such as pretzels or nuts. Cheese curds can also be used in place of cubed cheese atop salads or alternated with fresh fruit for fun summertime kabobs.
Posted by James Harmeyer on 22nd Mar 2016
Always a good product and excellent customer satisfaction
Posted by ImissWis on 13th Mar 2016
These were good and fresh, just not quite squeaky fresh. Here in the Northeast, cheese curds can rarely be found and the ones you do find are awful. Usually when you ask someone if they have cheese curds you just get a funny look.
Posted by Jeff B on 24th Feb 2016
Finest curds in all the land! kudo's to the cheese makers! ;-)
Posted by Unknown on 24th Dec 2015
They may not squeak as much as the ones fresh from Widmer's store, but they still are a fun reminder of our visits.