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Thick Cheddar Slices

A genius solution to doubling up on single slices: Black Diamond Thick Cheddar Slices! Rather than going with two, get the one that’s thicker. All the great cheddar flavour but more of it. When there’s the opportunity to have more smooth cheddary flavour, who wouldn’t want to eat it? Available in: 16-pack (450g)
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Cheese Facts:
Cheer Yourself with Cheese
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Cheese Facts
Cheer Yourself with Cheese

Cheer Yourself with Cheese

Cheese truth #5: Cheese makes everything better!

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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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Food Pairing:
What to Nosh when Nibbling Cheddar
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Food Pairing
What to Nosh when Nibbling Cheddar

What to Nosh when Nibbling Cheddar

There is a plethora of pairing partners when it comes to mild white cheddar cheese. From sweet fruits like apples and pears, to meats like poultry or pork. Mild white cheddar also goes great with pitas and crackers.

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Cheese Tips:
Drink Pairing
Pilsner Pairings
Pilsner Pairings
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Drink Pairing
Pilsner Pairings

Pilsner Pairings

Pairing is all about balance, so when you are enjoying a beer with a lighter taste profile it's important to make sure that the cheese doesn't overpower the beer. Pair delicate beers with young, delicate cheeses like mild cheddar.

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Drink Pairing
Not sure which Wine for Monterey Jack?
Not sure which Wine for Monterey Jack?
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Drink Pairing
Not sure which Wine for Monterey Jack?

Not sure which Wine for Monterey Jack?

Consider pairing Monterey Jack with a Pinot Noir or Riesling.

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