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Brian K Miller

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Red Hawk cheese by Cowgirl Creamery makes me realize

by Brian K Miller » Tue Jul 10, 2018 9:56 pm

I could never, ever be a vegan, even though I sympathize with the arguments.

There was a particularly gooey round at the Napa Oxbow Market cheese stand.



Oh My Gawd. I am in heaven.



Slathering it on the very good Dave's Good Seed Bread allows me to at least pretend I am eating a semi-healthy snack. :roll: :mrgreen:

Nothing else like it from North America. It is up there with the best French cheeses (at least the ones you can get here).
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Mike Filigenzi

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Re: Red Hawk cheese by Cowgirl Creamery makes me realize

by Mike Filigenzi » Tue Jul 10, 2018 11:10 pm

Who cares whether it's healthy or not? It's delicious!
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Re: Red Hawk cheese by Cowgirl Creamery makes me realize

by Jenise » Wed Jul 11, 2018 1:34 pm

I feel your pain! And yes, Red Hawk is that good--one of America's best cheeses that could stand up to anything from anywhere else. Don't see it around much anymore, though. Maybe that's just because I moved out of California?
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Re: Red Hawk cheese by Cowgirl Creamery makes me realize

by Dale Williams » Wed Jul 11, 2018 5:11 pm

Jenise wrote:I feel your pain! And yes, Red Hawk is that good--one of America's best cheeses that could stand up to anything from anywhere else. Don't see it around much anymore, though. Maybe that's just because I moved out of California?


I like the Red Hawk as well, though their Mt Tam seems to be more available around NY

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