brick cheese


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brick cheese

n.
A ripened, semisoft American cheese that is shaped like a brick, contains many small holes, and is traditionally pressed by a brick.
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Noun1.brick cheese - semisoft sweet American cheese from whole milk in a brick formbrick cheese - semisoft sweet American cheese from whole milk in a brick form
cheese - a solid food prepared from the pressed curd of milk
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The rest of the country is finally getting hip to Detroit pizza, which combines mozzarella and brick cheese on an airy crust that bakes in a rectangular pan resulting in a buttery, crunchy caramelized crust.
The civil association filed a report last summer after having conducted a study of 36 samples and found that some brands labeled "cow brick cheese" contain palm oil and are also overweight in salt and water, immature and deficient in calcium .
Joe Widmer, current owner and master cheesemaker, still makes Brick cheese the old-fashioned way by using bricks to gently squeeze the whey from the curd.
Among the remaining varieties, all increased sales except Havarti, soft ripened, Colby, Muenster, basket and brick cheese. Among all varieties, fondue had the greatest growth with 26.6% compared to the prior year, while basket cheese had the greatest decline at 33.0%.
Brick cheese 1 gallon milk 1/2 cup cultured buttermilk 1/4 rennet tablet or 1/2 teaspoon liquid rennet Salt Mix the buttermilk with the milk and warm to 86[degrees]F.
"Try provolone on your ham sandwich." "Melt some Port du Salut over an open-faced turkey sandwich." "Brick cheese is great on pumpernickel with mustard."