Swiss Heritage Cheese, Inc
P.O. Box 605, Monticello
Date of Curd Tasting: 05SEP2015
To set the scene: Our good friend was about to become a dairy farmer’s wife, and she gave us an insider tip that we should be on curd alert during the reception. After the very sweet (yet hot) ceremony, we headed down to the wedding barn, poured ourselves Spotted Cows, and patiently awaited for the chz bell.
Deliciously salty. Paired perfectly with Spotted Cow. A bit of a gummy mouth feel. We could tell that they had been frozen, but that was expected – how else are you gonna feed a wedding crowd?
See the stretched curd, above.
A bit under-greazed, if that’s possible.
Quite thick, as is typical of a mass produced curd. What saved this curd was the highly skilled frying execution, resulting in a perfectly crispy curd. This was especially impressive given the equipment used, including a couple of Fry Daddies, a spot-light, and many extension cords outside in the middle of a bunch of corn fields.
A squeeze of Kraft Ranch dressing topped these curdz quite nicely.
Free wedding reception curdz? What?? Best. Wedding. Favor. Ever.
As if good friends, a beautiful setting, everyone looking mighty fine in their wedding duds, and a general feeling of joy and fun weren’t enough, the curdz were the icing on the cupcake!! We were so overwhelmed, that we lost our entire fresh curd reviewing knowledge base, and could only smile and chew. Silver Lewis Cheese Factory Cooperative, Monticello = YUM! We did some star gazing while we waited for them to warm up for maximum squeakage success. Many thanks to the bride and groom, congratulations, and we wish you many chzy years to come!!