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Trader Joes: Surprisingly good inexpensive cheeses

teezeetoo Jan 14, 2014 08:37 AM

Not being able to get to Formaggio's, and requiring a replenishment of cheese, I thought I'd pick up the quite good English cheddar TJ's usually carries. They were out (a frequent problem is the complete disappearance of something you've become attached to at TJ's). So I brought home an aged extra sharp cheddar from Wales, a "comparator" aged sharp from Vermont, and some ripe looking Delice de Bourgogne. They were all good to very good and I believe the most expensive one was 9.99 a pound. I'm impressed.

  1. fldhkybnva Jan 14, 2014 08:49 AM

    I love the Unexpected Cheddar. They also have Boursin at a great price and Greek Feta in brine.

    Here are other links you might like:


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      HillJ Jan 14, 2014 12:48 PM


      an earlier thread. And plenty of agreement!

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        fldhkybnva Jan 14, 2014 12:56 PM

        Same link as above and yes I also have plenty of agreement

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          HillJ Jan 14, 2014 01:46 PM

          So good (the choices @ TJ's) it bears repeating :)

          The price of Delice de Bourgogne is worth the trip.

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            kewpie Jan 26, 2014 01:38 PM

            thanks for this recc- purchased some last week& will get some more soon---

            1. re: kewpie
              HillJ Jan 26, 2014 04:04 PM

              My pleasure, kewpie.

              I noticed recently that ShopRite has started carrying the Delice de Bourgogne. Their 'gourmet' cheese shop has grown and grown and they also take requests. Which means I can save a bundle on some cheese I have bought at WFs. But, TJ's & Aldi when you can score some of their special cheeses are still the champs on price.

      2. ShowUsYourRack Jan 31, 2014 05:37 PM

        If it's that good, then I guess 10 bucks ain't bad.

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          HillJ Feb 1, 2014 01:24 PM

          ShopRite now carries Delice de Bourgogne in 2 oz to 16 oz sizes at an even better price than TJ;s.

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