Cheer on the best football team with the best cheese. The Green Bay Packers are ready for the upcoming Super Bowl XLV showdown Feb. 6, and you can celebrate appropriately by bringing Wisconsin Cheese to the party.
In fact, you’ll be joining the crowd. Cheese is a traditional part of this football feast, with total retail sales normally higher than average—27% higher in the week leading up to Super Bowl Sunday last year, for example.
With more than 600 varieties, types and styles, your Wisconsin Cheese choices are many! A game-sized cheese platter is always welcome, but why not bring a special cheesy, home-prepared appetizer, too? We’ve got some irresistibly good ideas for showcasing this perfect ingredient for cheering on Wisconsin’s own NFL team. Go Pack Go!
More info and Recipes visit: http://www.eatwisconsincheese.com/recipes/superbowlparty.aspx
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