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Ten for 10... ten to taste in 2010 (randomly ordered)

Say Kosher Cheese!

#10 Oui! C'est Alouette!

Alouette cheese was first produced at a rural dairy farm in eastern France in 1956, and introduced in America in the 1970’s by the Bongrain group. It is now America’s #1 brand of premium spreadable cheese.

In addition to Alouette’s pleasing creamy consistency, and variety of flavorful tastes, the cheese is packaged in convenient French style serving ramekins.  Best of all, the 10 flavors of Alouette soft, spreadable, cheeses are certified kosher dairy by the OU.

Some of our favorites are the classic Garlic & Herbs (the original), sweet & spicy Pepper Medley, Spinach Artichoke, and the sweet tasting Berries & Cream. We like these cheeses spread on bagel chips or crackers, served with a chilled chardonnay — or simply as a handy Maj Jongg or Poker snack!

Visit Alouette Cheese to learn more about Alouette for creative recipe ideas. KosherEye plans to share more about this company’s wide range of dairy products in the near future.


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