jack cheese
noun Usage: often capitalized J Date: 1912 Monterey Jack

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • jack cheese — noun also jack ( s) Usage: often capitalized J : a semisoft whole milk cheese with high moisture content * * * n. another term for Monterey Jack * * * ˈJack cheese f5 [Jack cheese] …   Useful english dictionary

  • jack cheese. — See Monterey Jack. * * * …   Universalium

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  • Monterey Jack cheese — Monterey Jack is an American semi hard cheese made using cow s milk. It is commonly sold by itself, or mixed with Colby cheese to make a marbled cheese known as Colby Jack (or Co Jack). Cheddar Jack varieties are also available.In its earliest… …   Wikipedia

  • Colby-Jack cheese — Infobox Cheese name = Colby Jack othernames = country = United States regiontown = Wisconsin region = town = source = Cows pasteurised = texture = Semi hard fat = protein = dimensions = weight = aging = certification = Colby Jack, or Cojack, is a …   Wikipedia

  • Pepper jack cheese — is a derivative of Monterey Jack that includes spicy hot peppers for a zesty flavor. Spicy, delicate and buttery, pepper jack cheese is semi soft and open textured with a slightly tart flavor. Pepper jack cheese can complement most meat,… …   Wikipedia

  • Monterey Jack cheese — Monterey Jack or Monterey Jack cheese a mild cow s milk cheese developed in California. Medium soft and creamy, it is widely used in cooking and sandwiches. ╂[< Monterey, California, first center of production + name of local entrepreneur,… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Cheese curds — This article is about cheese curds as a regional delicacy. For general information about the dairy product, see curd. For information about the role of curds in cheese processing, see cheese. Cheese curds Cheese curds in cuisine, or cooking, are… …   Wikipedia

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