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Here, I differ, though the recipe looks enticing. The cheese ought to be real, flavorful cheese if this is to be a special occasion. And generic orange-colored block cheese isn't worth the effort. Or orange-colored anything, for that matter. The best value I've found so far is the Cabot cheddar at Trailer Joe's. That's from Vermont, yes, but I doubt you'll find anything as good from Wisconsin at twice the price.Lily wrote:You don't have to go gourmet with the cheese either but please make it a Wisconsin cheddar. Sometimes it's cheaper to buy a block of cheese and shred it yourself but sometimes the shredded costs the same.
(Not that I don't expect Wisconsin will eventually catch up, mind you.)
Egads fennel. Hope they correct how many posts submitted. No it doesn't have to be a "gourmet" cheese, as I think Crystal Farms has some good Wisconsin cheddar out there and most likely there are some better gourmet cheeses out there. Sorry, Velveeta is NOT gonna work here. My point being is it's called Wisconsin Beer Cheese Soup. WISCONSIN CHEESE. WISCONSIN BEER. You got another idea, make another recipe.
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