Cheese Curds......

Double Chili Cheeseburger
2012/03/27 20:36:15
Who eats them, who sells them??
I was thinking about doing Poutine. Going to experiment with the croud that I'm feeding these days.
My wholesaler only carries frozen breaded stuff, no fresh.
Found a place online, but the shipping is more than the product.
post edited by chefbuba - 2012/03/27 20:37:36
Fire Safety Admin
Re:Cheese Curds...... 2012/03/27 20:50:51
They are very prevalent in Wisconsin and Minnesota.  I have purchased them very often when I visited the area.  Sorta tasty with the evening beverage.
Paul E. Smith
Knoxville, TN
Re:Cheese Curds...... 2012/03/27 22:52:22
Wisconsin and somewhat in Minnesota it is a common bar food deep fried.
Re:Cheese Curds...... 2012/03/27 22:54:25
get them here in buffalo all the time.buffalo wing are my favorite.goes down easy at first then builds up heat
Re:Cheese Curds...... 2012/03/28 08:29:11

Found a place online, but the shipping is more than the product.

Unfortunately that might be the case with most places that ship as fresh curds are actually pretty inexpensive.  I went to my local cheese store's website and a $6 package of curds costs $35 to ship to Washington...
I know Oregon has a cheese industry...are curds available there?
Double Chili Cheeseburger
Re:Cheese Curds...... 2012/03/28 11:10:03
Tilamook has them, but does not ship...... Might have to take a drive down there to get them.
Re:Cheese Curds...... 2012/03/28 11:27:18
Chef, Rogue Creamery has wonderful cheddar ones, only available at the factory.
But they are small enough and you are close enough you might give them a call.
  Hand made gourmet cheese, Award winning Blue Cheese from the Rogue Creamery!
Re:Cheese Curds...... 2012/03/31 12:59:53
Curds may be harder to find than economically viable.  I use a home-made cheese sauce and/or a nice roast beef gravy.  A combo of both is most worthy; especially when the fries are steaming and fresh from the fryer.