I sure did when I had the chance to try out the biggest selection of kosher for Passover Les Petites Fermieres, Organic & Kosher and Natural & Kosher from Anderson Intertational foods that I have ever seen in one place. The place was my very own kitchen. These cheeses are made with quality and care without sacrificing taste. Not familiar with this brand, you will definitely want to find it, or request it from your local supermarket. Now, a little bit about why these basket of cheese made my week!
Les Petites Fermieres. Inspired by the Anderson International Foods founder’s culinary experiences growing up in France, this line features farm-fresh cheeses that awaken emotion. From creamy Mozzarella to authentic Gouda and fiery Pepper Jack, Les Petites Fermieres contains a world of delicious cheeses and abundant choices. Les Petites Fermieres™ cheeses are kosher certified by the OK.
Organic & Kosher is made by artisan cheese makers. This full line of wholesome and delicious cheeses starts with organic milk from grass-fed cows on farms in central California. The cheeses are then produced in small batches in a mostly handcrafted process. All of the Organic & Kosher™ cheeses are certified organic, and have certification of humane treatment of animals. Organic & Kosher™ cheeses are kosher certified by the OK, meeting kosher, organic, and environmental-friendly high standards.
The Natural & Kosher line contains the the best of Cheddar, fresh Mozzarella and Muenster prepared so naturally they may change the way you prepare your favorite meals. Their wide selection of all natural cheeses are made to the standards of Cholov Yisroel, under the strict supervision of the OK and Rabbi Weissmandl.This line of cheeses are proud to meet the highest standards in kashrut while exceeding taste expectations.
I love anything cheesy (yes one of my favorite movies is Grease) and having this basket arrive at my door put the biggest smile on my face for days! Oh, I’m sorry, I already wrote that, but it is true. What would I do with this basket full of my most favorite food group? What wouldn’t I do is the question. Did I mention that my entire family is as into cheese as I am? So, how did we utilize these amazing cheese prodcuts? Is there a limit when so in love with them?
I treated the kids to grilled cheese sandwiches using sharp cheddar. They ate it up!! My husband and I enjoyed a hearty mushroom and cheese omellete smothered in mozzerella and cheddar. Our other favorite dish for the entire family, lasagna. We loaded up each layer with shredded mozzerella, and topped it off with tomoato sauce and garlic. We also absolutely loved the smoked provolone on crackers.
With so many wonderful flavors of cheese, the possibiliteis are endless. Why shouldn’t you have the same opportunitcheeseTM this Passover? Now you can. I am hosting a GIVEAWAY for one lucky reader to win a basket of kosher (and kosher for Passover) cheeses from Anderson International Foods. This is not just any basket of cheese. This is a basket full of flavors you might not have ever tried. It is easy to win, but first read these important details.
The giveaway runs from April 4 through April 7 at midnight (EST).
In order to be eligible to win, you must leave a comment below this post with a recipe that includes—cheese. If you aren’t such a foodie, but you love getting ideas from other recipe resources online, you can post that here as well, but you must mention how that recipe is unique to your taste.
The winner will be selected at random. This giveaway is open to US residents only. If you are randomly selected, your recipe will be featured on the Sincerely Brigitte blog of Anderson International Foods CEO Brigitte Mizrahi.
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