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 02-13-2006, 12:37 Post: 124445
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Shortmagnum - how does Knowlton compare to Shullsburg down in the SW part of the state? I struggle to find great string cheese and the curds you get in Iowa just don't stand up to the fresh stuff.






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 02-13-2006, 18:02 Post: 124451
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Being a life-long resident, I can attest to the fact that Mullen's Cheese (Knowlton) doesn't hold a candle to Wisconsin Dairy State Cheese (Rudolph).

Sorry, Shortmagnum.






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 02-14-2006, 07:47 Post: 124470
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I didn't know about the one in Rudolph. It has to be pretty good to beat Mullins in Knowlton. Smile I'll have to take a motorcycle ride this spring to check it out. It's about 3 hours from me right now.

Some other good cheese places are in Spring Valley, Reedsburg, and Fennimore WI. There are probably others closer to Iowa but I don't know far SW Wisconsin that well. You're right about fresh curd though. If it don't squeek, it aint worth eatin.
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 02-14-2006, 09:40 Post: 124477
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When they're still warm from the vatt, squeaky and salty, mmmmm.






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 02-14-2006, 12:28 Post: 124489
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any websites for these factories? I'm a born cheesehead and I'm in withdrawl. The wife wanted chocolate today so I took care of that. But I owuld love fresh cheese curds or some good cheese. Maybe on a cracker, but good cheese by itself is hmmm hmmm.

I wish I could remember the brand my mom had over the Christmas holiday. I couldn't stop eating it. Dang it was good.






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 02-14-2006, 13:26 Post: 124490
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If you haven't been to South-eastern Ontario you haven't had good cheese yet.

There's a world famous (and for good reason) dairy near here, there stuff gets shipped all over the world now. I alone send it to a half a dozen countries. Laughing out loud.

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 02-14-2006, 13:57 Post: 124491
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Us Michiganders go to Wilson Cheese Shop in Pinnconning, Michigan. But, I'm sure it doesn't rate up there to you real cheese heads.






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 02-14-2006, 15:59 Post: 124499
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Iowafun, here's your website. Don't forget, too much cheese can be constipating. Smile
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 02-14-2006, 16:31 Post: 124503
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I dont know about constipated, but from reading this post it sounds like yall are full of cheese. NBL






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 02-15-2006, 13:10 Post: 124555
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Speaking of cheese, you should hear some of the ingredients for my Lasagna. I needed a special pan because the old one just couldn't hold it. I use 2 lbs of sausage, 5 lbs of cheese, etc...

Life without cheese is like Bert without Ernie, Wayne without his Newton, or a Canadian not ending a sentance with "eh". It's just unimaginable.






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