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CHEESE SHOP DEALS OF THE WEEK |1/6-1/12!

CHEESE SHOP DEALS OF THE WEEK |1/6-1/12!
CHEESE SHOP DEALS OF THE WEEK
Prairie Sunset Cheddar Gouda 
This cheese is inspired by the rich ochre hues of a sunset in the American Midwest. Prairie Sunset - humble, friendly and reliable, yet a star in its own right. Sweet, approachable flavors with undertones of butterscotch make this Wisconsin original a versatile and lovable cheese. This delicious offering pairs with Amber ales, Brown ales, or your favorite Pinot Noir; and is perfect for shredding over baked potatoes or into Mac & Cheese.  
REG $12.99/LB
SALE $9.99/LB
SAVE $3/LB!

Paladin Bavarian Blue 
This tangy, crumbly blue cheese is produced in Bavaria's Alpine countryside. German cheesemakers have spent centuries taming the inherent sharpness of the original blue-veined cheeses, passing their time-tested methods down from generation to generation. The result is an incredibly smooth, mellow white cheese with distinct blue veins. Paladin does crumble but has enough moisture to slice as well. Take it along with you on a picnic, or add it to your favorite green salad.
REG $11.99/LB
SALE $7.99/LB
SAVE $4/LB!

Denmark Plain Havarti 
Havarti was first developed in 1952 by a Danish dairy pioneer named Hanne Nielsen. The cheese was named after Hanne Nielsen's dairy farm Havartigård. Having been appointed a purveyor to the Royal Danish court, Hanne Nielsen supplied her cheeses and butter to the royal family from her own store in Copenhagen. Havarti is a distinctive, creamy and mild cheese made from fresh, pasteurized milk according to an authentic, traditional Danish recipe. Havarti has very small and irregular openings ("eyes") and has a unique buttery flavor. Perfect as a melting cheese! 
REG $11.99/LB
SALE $5.99/LB
SAVE $6/LB!

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