The Mudcat Café TM
Thread #172196   Message #4167645
Posted By: Stilly River Sage
15-Mar-23 - 04:16 PM
Thread Name: BS: What's in a (cheesy) name?
Subject: RE: BS: What's in a (cheesy) name?
I found a block of yellow Double Gloucester cheese from Ford Farm, the place Steve mentioned. It was part of a purchase made at my little gourmet food surplus warehouse that purchases from grocery wholesalers who usually supply mainstream grocery stores. Near its shelf date or just way too much, whatever they get is purchased at a deep discount, and this may be something that would have gone to one of the high end stores like Central Market or Whole Foods, except they didn't buy it. My luck. Town Talk repackages and sells for about half of what the mainstream stores would sell for. I get some excellent dairy products this way, to say nothing of meat, produce, and lots of staples.

I have bread toasting then I'm going to slice some of this on top and put it under the toaster oven broiler for open face cheese sandwiches. Mmmmm! I have some soup to warm up for a perfect late lunch on a coolish spring day.