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Ingredients: Pasteurized Milk, Cheese Cultures, Enzymes, Salt<
Bought extra cheese to add to Christmas gift. Everyone loved it.
Here in New England, brick cheese is virtually unknown. That is a shame. Fresh brick like this is absolutely wonderful sliced over a piece of crusty bread and grilled with a slice of ripe tomato or a few sun dried tomatoes. The flavor is buttery and more flavorful than many common melting cheeses. Brick melts well and is not excessively greasy. Aged brick takes a little more courage, as it is a smelly cheese, but makes a fantastic flatbread melted over sourdough. (This is not aged brick.) A lovely cheese at a very reasonable price. I will order again.
When we moved from PA to Phoenix AZ, we got tons of odd looks when we asked for Brick cheese at the deli counters. It's not everywhere you have to be, so when I found this site to order it, it was like a second Christmas. We always loved and enjoyed the flavor of this cheese, and when the package was received and we tasted the fresh buttery cheese, it was like being back in PA where Brick cheese was plentiful.
Grew up in Ohio and there was always brick cheese in the fridge. Moved to Minnesota as an adult and found out they never heard of brick cheese. I was devistated. I now order a good supply of brick cheese several times a year. The unopened vacuum sealed cheese keeps in the fridge for many months. The one pound blocks are a perfect size. I open one at a time and it never is around long enough to spoil once opened. I now have a reminder of my childhood each time I eat some.
This was another favorite of mine along with the horseradish cheddar. Hard to find brick cheese around here. When you do it's expensive in the store deli departments and they're salty. I prefer to eat this over any of the over priced supermarket or deli store processed American cheese products now.