Pairing with Cheddar Cheese

About Cheddar Cheese

Cheddar cheese originated in Britain in the 1500s, and it still accounts for about 70 percent of the cheese consumed there.  Today, there are wonderful Cheddar cheeses made all over the world.

The “cheddaring process,” according to The World Encyclopedia of Cheese [Hermes House, 2010], involves draining the curds, cutting them into bricks, and pressing them numerous times to achieve the desired texture.  Traditional farmhouse Cheddar cheese is the result.

While all types of cheese producers may call their products “Cheddar,” there are definitely imposters and genuine articles to choose between.  In the United States, California, New York, Vermont and other states produce fine Cheddar cheeses.

In Wisconsin, there exists a variety of artisan Cheddar cheeses, both the traditional white and the yellow (colored with annatto).

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