“Hispanic-style cheese”? Do they mean Mexican cheese? Did I miss a memo as to how we’re not allowed to describe people or things from Mexico as “Mexican” any more?
And if the cheese was locally-made, why not mention that?
posted on 02/22/2014 3:10:04 AM PST
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Those friggin spaniards are at it again
posted on 02/22/2014 3:27:01 AM PST
by ronnie raygun
(zippy the a##clown sez..............................)
Why not call it queso fresco? And what idiot is giving it to babies?
posted on 02/22/2014 4:56:54 AM PST
The same basic kind of cheese is made throughout Latin America. It is often sold here in Hispanic markets with country-specific designations.
Here is a link to the website of the company that produces this stuff (Misspellings abound.):
Sounds like the junk is sold only in specialty stores.
posted on 02/22/2014 6:59:00 AM PST
by Bigg Red
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Hispanic-style cheese? Do they mean Mexican cheese? Did I miss a memo as to how were not allowed to describe people or things from Mexico as Mexican any more? And if the cheese was locally-made, why not mention that?
Maybe the cheese was made by residents of Hispaniola, at least that is what runs through my mind whenever the word Hispanic comes up.
posted on 02/22/2014 10:23:18 AM PST
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