Friday, June 15, 2007

Sheese please!

Sometimes, easy comfort food is a must. Growing up, my grandmother fed me white bread with american cheese, iceberg lettuce, miracle whip and pickles. I loved those sandwiches. Sometimes, we'd put some mustard on them.
My version is a little healthier, on whole grain bread, vegenaise, dijon, baby arugula, garlic pickles.. but I ruined the health aspect by using Tofutti Cheez. Oh well. I'm OK with that. Fortunately, I will no longer be buying Tofutti Cheez, because I now have access to sheese.. (and I really want to try to figure out how to make my own version of sheese!)
Actually, the real reason I am writing is to annouce that as of yesterday, Cafe Indigo is now a Sheese distrubutor! We carry the Mozzarella, Cheddar, Smoked Cheddar and the Strong Cheddar. This stuff is amazing! We are selling the wheels for $10.00, which is just above our cost. So anyone within driving distance from Concord, NH wanting to try it out, come pay us a visit! You can sample it to make sure you like it.
The strong cheddar is my personal favorite. The great thing about sheese, is that it does not contain hydrogenated oils.


  1. I am so intrigued by this 'sheese' I keep hearing about. If I was anywhere near you, I would definitely buy some!

  2. i want to buy some of your sheeze. Love the sammich, btw... i would try it your way for sure. Mel, your grandma got you started on some interesting eatin's there!!

  3. That's great - I would love to buy some if it were feasible. I've heard so much about the stuff!

  4. I would love to try 'sheese', but no where in my area has it yet. One can only hope that it will soon be available.

  5. Thanks for the welcome - this is such a friendly blogging community. (-:
    I was just in Scotland and looked all over for the mysterious Sheese. Unfortunately, I came home empty handed. Can't wait to try it though!

  6. I wish I had a hook-up here in Nashville for sheese. That's so cool you now have access to it all the time. Woot! I know what you mean about comfort food. Sometimes my brother and I would make sandwiches with white bread, ketchup, mustard, and a thick stack of potato chips. It sounds horrible but every now and then I get a craving for it.