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Monterey Jack

A semisoft cheese with a mild flavour, Monterey Jack is a nice alternative to cheddar. The texture is creamy yet firm, and while it’s mild in flavour, there’s a bit of tang. Black Diamond Monterey Jack goes great with spicy food, especially Spanish and Mexican meals, and is excellent for melting. Available in: 400g, 820g 
Drink Pairing (Illustration)
Drink Pairing:
Virgin Caesar Very Nice with Monterey Jack
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Drink Pairing
Virgin Caesar Very Nice with Monterey Jack

Virgin Caesar Very Nice with Monterey Jack

A cool tall glass of clamato juice helps highlight the flavours of a nice monterey jack cheese.

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Entertaining (Illustration)
Entertaining:
Assembling a Cheese Tray
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Entertaining
Assembling a Cheese Tray

Assembling a Cheese Tray

When assembling a cheese tray, take 2 or 3 varieties of cheese – like cheddar, mozzarella, and Monterey Jack – and arrange on a platter with fruit and crackers.

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Storage Tips (Illustration)
Storage Tips:
Cheese Triumphs in Room Temperature
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Storage Tips
Cheese Triumphs in Room Temperature

Cheese Triumphs in Room Temperature

Serve ripened cheeses at room temperature because cold can mask their flavours. To temper cheese, remove it from the refrigerator 30-60 minutes before serving, depending on the hardness of the cheese. Leave the cheese in a fresh, well-ventilated area and cover with a damp towel or plastic wrap to prevent drying.

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Cheese Tips:
Cheese Facts
Cheese Dreams
Cheese Dreams
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Cheese Facts
Cheese Dreams

Cheese Dreams

“Many’s the long night I’ve dreamed of cheese.” - Robert Louis Stevenson

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Drink Pairing
Coffee Talk Gets Old with Cheddar
Coffee Talk Gets Old with Cheddar
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Drink Pairing
Coffee Talk Gets Old with Cheddar

Coffee Talk Gets Old with Cheddar

The sharpness of old or extra old cheddars pair quite nicely with the slightly bitter taste of coffee.

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