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Old 05-29-2006, 05:46 PM   #1
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Yance's Fancy Jalapeno and Cayenne hot pepper Cheddar Cheese review......

So my grocery store was having this on sale for only 4.99 a pound. A savings of like 3 bucks and I thought I would finally try some out. I bought only three slices of this cheese.

This is my first review of a slice of cheese for this place.

The color of the cheese was very nice. Sort of whitish looking, but with a good portion of peppers in every slice.

The cheese was bit on the crumbly side of things, but that was fine with me..

The taste of the cheese was really good. You did not get much heat at first, but you had a light amount of heat in the end. It did not last very long though.

I would give this cheese a nice thumbs up. This cheese can certainly give something like Mac and cheese a small spicy boost.

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Old 12-11-2006, 06:18 PM   #2
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Yancey's Fancy New York State Cheddar with Horseradish review

Yes folks I am back with another cheese review from this company.

This cheese looks just like white cheddar but had some horseradish flavor in it.

The horseradish flavor was strong, and really great. Gave the cheese a great kick to it.

A massive gigantic thumbs up for this cheese!!!!!
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I'm not familiar with Yancey's. The cheeses sound great though.
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Old 12-13-2006, 05:47 PM   #4
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I'm not familiar with Yancey's. The cheeses sound great though.
Top quality cheese, but it is not sold everywhere.
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