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Red Dragon Cheese -- where to buy?

Scruncheons Nov 25, 2006 07:25 PM

On a visit to Costco with the mater-in-law I found a delicious cheese called Red Dragon: Welsh cheddar with mustard seeds and ale. It was by no means high-end or artisanal but it was delicious and I'd like to get a supply for Christmas.

Problem is, the mater-in-law and her Costco are a couple thousand kilometres away, and I don't have a Costco membership myself.

Anyone seen it around Toronto in a non-Costco situation? It's not exactly Alex Farms or Cheese Boutique quality chow, either ...

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  1. domesticgodess Nov 25, 2006 11:47 PM

    i have bought this cheese before...but I cant remember where. (so sorry). However, there is a good chance that I bought it at Alex Farms or Whole Foods. Give them a call first..I'm sure they will help you.

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      escoffier Nov 27, 2006 04:05 PM

      I remember that cheese, I've been looking for it for ages - had it last from a vendor in the Byward market in Ottawa...I'd love to find it again, I want to use some in a fondue.

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        ssainani Nov 29, 2006 07:26 PM

        i saw this cheese yesterday at the cost-co on queensway in Toronto.

        they had over 50 of them

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          RYP Nov 29, 2006 07:35 PM

          Try Sobeys. I'm pretty sure I've seen it there.

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            Scruncheons Nov 29, 2006 11:04 PM

            Thanks everyone; I'll try WF, Alex, and Sobeys.

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              Apple Nov 30, 2006 03:28 AM

              I just googled it - and I found a place located in ontario - springbankcheese.ca - they have loads of cheeses for order & they have a retail location in woodstock if you're so inclined.

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