Posted: November 2, 2007
Barrie Lynn – The Cheese Impresario. I think she
may love cheese almost as much as me! Barrie Lynn had a
fabulous idea of having kids cook with Cheese Curds. Check
ideas for Curd Kabobs,
Curd Pizzas, and more! (Dang, why didn't I think of this?)
Read the full "Kids
and Curds" article
published by Hot Moms Club.
Posted: September 25, 2007
Chef Bobby Flay. Gotta love him. Chef Flay may know cheese,
but he was introduced to a new (to him, anyway) Wisconsin
last week – deep-fried
Bay Press Gazette
Posted: September 25, 2007
It appears yours truly isn't the only one bloggin' on
the curd. Which is understandable with such a tasty subject.
Lee Dobbins is doing a little bloggin as well on, as he
puts it, "a new look at a fun but
mostly forgotten food - cheese curds!" (A personal note
to Dobbins: Cheese Curds are not forgotten by us!)
Posted: September 5, 2007
Food is a favorite at any fair. And thanks to heros like
Mike Whiteside of Mike's Cheese Shop of Eau Claire, Wisconsin,
people attending fairs in far-off places like the Van Wert
County Fair in Ohio are able to enjoy hot, gooey, delicious,
deep-fried Wisconsin Cheese Curds. Mike, in my humble curdpinion,
Posted: August 22, 2007
"Name a food best nibbled squeaky fresh and slightly
rubbery. It can be only one thing: Wisconsin's oddly beloved
curds. Curds are like miniature works of art - chunks of
young cheddar separated from whey and then salted, but
not yet pressed into blocks, which explains their random
shapes and sizes. Not many people can eat just one."
the full "Curds
our way - Nibbles are the way to go" article
published by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Posted: June 26, 2007
Mullins Cheese owner Bill Mullins said
that his 36 years in the cheese business has showed him
just how people like their curds.
"Fresh and Squeaky. That's the key," said Mullins,
who also enjoys deep-fried cheese curds.
Wausau Daily Herald - Curds Article
Posted: June 24, 2007
"If you love rope cheese, string cheese, mozzarella
or cheese in general—but you’ve never had Cheddar
cheese curds—you’ve got something to look forward
to! Sold largely in Wisconsin, cheese curds have not been
widely distributed because they need to be eaten fresh."
Source: The Nibble
Posted: June 22, 2007
Have you ever had the opportunity to visit the "Cheese
Curd Capital of Wisconsin?" Where is it you ask? It
is located at the Ellsworth
Dairy Cooperative in the Heart
of Wisconsin's Dairyland in the town of Ellsworth, Wisconsin,
and was proclaimed the "Cheese Curd Capital of Wisconsin" by
Governor Anthony S. Earl in 1984.
Posted: June 21, 2007
"Go ahead and make all the cheesehead jokes you want.
Wisconsinites have heard them all before, and they don't
mind. You see, they always have the last laugh, because
they have cheese curds, and you don't."
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