Just last Sunday our famous Ba-Ba Burger was served with a slice of the house, eighteen month aged New Zealand Cheddar. The patron left, called back upon arriving home, asked what cheese was on that burger and came back to purchase a sample. “That was the best tasting cheese I have ever eaten,” exclaimed the patron.
It’s obvious to see why the A-Listers in the cheddar world are such stars. Lincolnshire Poacher is meaty, it has cojones and can stand up to any food or drink you pair at it. Grafton, a popular Vermont cheddar, representin’ the East Side of US cheddars, is smooth and a little bit sweet. Westcombe is tame and a tad bit floral, which makes it either the black sheep or white lamb of the cheddars (and either way you lean it’s still tasty with a slice of apple).
It proves to you that it deserves equal treatment to the likes of A-List cheddars.
Move over Grafton, I’m taking New Zealand home with me. So the next time you’re enjoying the best burger in the East Bay at the New Zealander Restaurant & Pub, make that a cheese burger……….a New Zealand Cheddar Cheeseburger!
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