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Alouette® Baby Brie® received the prestigious 2010 ChefsBest® Award for Best Taste. Our 8oz wheel is is perfect for personal enjoyment, baking and snacking. Our 13.2oz wheel is perfect for casual gatherings and entertaining.

Alouette® Baby Brie® received the prestigious 2010 ChefsBest® Award for Best Taste. Our 8oz wheel is is perfect for personal enjoyment, baking and snacking. Our 13.2oz wheel is perfect for casual gatherings and entertaining.

Savory brie is perfect size for nibbling

Savory brie is perfect size for nibbling

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Engage all of your senses by livening up your summer cheese board with bold colors, varied textures and distinctive flavors. Features our Rosemary and Olive Oil Asiago in the lower left corner

Engage all of your senses by livening up your summer cheese board with bold colors, varied textures and distinctive flavors. Features our Rosemary and Olive Oil Asiago in the lower left corner

We're hooked on our BellaVitano Gold cheese, 2010 First Place American Cheese Society Winner! Pair this creamy, fruity, tangy "one of a kind" cheese with some milk chocolate, blackberries, and a Jacob Leinenkugel Brewing Co. Lemon Berry Shandy!

We're hooked on our BellaVitano Gold cheese, 2010 First Place American Cheese Society Winner! Pair this creamy, fruity, tangy "one of a kind" cheese with some milk chocolate, blackberries, and a Jacob Leinenkugel Brewing Co. Lemon Berry Shandy!

SAINT PAULIN CHEESE Pronunciation:  SAHN poh-LAHN   Notes:  This French semi-soft cheese  is creamy and mild.  Substitutes:  Esrom OR Havarti

SAINT PAULIN CHEESE Pronunciation: SAHN poh-LAHN Notes: This French semi-soft cheese is creamy and mild. Substitutes: Esrom OR Havarti

MAROILLES  Pronunciation:  mahr-WAHL  Notes:   This is a stinky washed-rind cheese from France that smells worse than it tastes.  You probably don't want to eat the pungent rind.  Use within a few days after purchasing. For best flavor, serve at room temperature.   Substitutes:  Livarot OR Pont-l'Evêque OR Reblochon OR Harz OR Mainz OR Hand OR Limburger

MAROILLES Pronunciation: mahr-WAHL Notes: This is a stinky washed-rind cheese from France that smells worse than it tastes. You probably don't want to eat the pungent rind. Use within a few days after purchasing. For best flavor, serve at room temperature. Substitutes: Livarot OR Pont-l'Evêque OR Reblochon OR Harz OR Mainz OR Hand OR Limburger

HUMBOLDT FOG CHEESE  Notes:  This excellent soft-ripened goat cheese has a layer of vegetable ash running down the middle.  It's an excellent table cheese.  The rind is edible, and fairly good.  Substitutes:  Morbier OR Brie

HUMBOLDT FOG CHEESE Notes: This excellent soft-ripened goat cheese has a layer of vegetable ash running down the middle. It's an excellent table cheese. The rind is edible, and fairly good. Substitutes: Morbier OR Brie

Cheese is a source of pride among many Wisconsinites, nicknamed “cheeseheads.” More than 600 varieties are made in the state, including, from upper left, aged cheddar, gouda with fennel, Juustoleipa cheese with jalapenos and Sartori Black Pepper BellaVitano. Dried cranberries represent another prominent Wisconsin offering.

Cheese is a source of pride among many Wisconsinites, nicknamed “cheeseheads.” More than 600 varieties are made in the state, including, from upper left, aged cheddar, gouda with fennel, Juustoleipa cheese with jalapenos and Sartori Black Pepper BellaVitano. Dried cranberries represent another prominent Wisconsin offering.

CHAOURCE CHEESE  Pronunciation:  shah-OORSE  Notes:   This French cheese is similar to Brie and Camembert, but creamier and more acidic.  It's good with champagne.  Substitutes: Camembert OR Brie

CHAOURCE CHEESE Pronunciation: shah-OORSE Notes: This French cheese is similar to Brie and Camembert, but creamier and more acidic. It's good with champagne. Substitutes: Camembert OR Brie

LAPPI   Pronunciation:  LAP-pee  Notes:  This is a mild semi-soft cheese from the Lapland region of Finland.  It's a good melter and works well in fondues.   Substitutes:   Emmenthal (very similar) OR Swiss

LAPPI Pronunciation: LAP-pee Notes: This is a mild semi-soft cheese from the Lapland region of Finland. It's a good melter and works well in fondues. Substitutes: Emmenthal (very similar) OR Swiss

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