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National Cheese Exchange         
The National Cheese Exchange (NCE) was a private non-profit corporation that operated in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Every Friday morning for one-half hour, members of the NCE met to buy or sell cheddar cheese in blocks and barrels on the exchange.
Grilled cheese         
  • A grilled cheese sandwich made with [[American cheese]] served with a bowl of [[tomato soup]]
  • To retain the crunchiness of the bread, this grilled cheese sandwich is set on its end. It is made of [[sharp cheddar cheese]], [[walnut]] bread, and butter.
TYPE OF CHEESE SANDWICH
Grilled cheese sandwich; Grilled Cheese; Grill cheese; Grilled Cheese Sandwich; Cheese toastie; Grilled cheese sandwiches; Toasted cheese sandwich; Toasted cheeser; Cheese toasty
A grilled cheese (sometimes known as a toasted sandwich or cheese toastie) is a hot sandwich typically prepared by heating one or more slices of cheese between slices of bread, with a cooking fat such as butter, on a frying pan, griddle, or sandwich toaster, until the bread browns and the cheese melts.
Mahón cheese         
  • Mahón-Menorca old cheese
Maó cheese (formatge de Maó in the original Catalan, queso de Mahón in Spanish) is a soft to hard white cheese made from cows' milk, named after the town and natural port of Maó (known as Mahón in Spanish), on the island of Menorca off the Mediterranean coast of Spain. Menorca is known for its cheese production and is home to one of the most respected dairy plants in Europe.