Shop Curds and Celebrate National Cheese Curd Day
 

What’s the word on curds? It all goes down on October 15th which happens to be National Cheese Curd Day. Join us on Facebook at 7:00 p.m. CDT for a virtual celebration of all things curds and to find out how to enter to win fresh Wisconsin cheese curds for a year!

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Cheese Curd Gift Boxes

Cheese the day! Order a cheese curd gift box for yourself or a loved one.

Order a Wisconsin Cheese Curd Gift Basket from Westby

The Curd Box

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Order a Wisconsin Cheese Curd Gift Basket from Ellsworth

The Whole Herd

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Order a Wisconsin Cheese Curd Gift Basket from Nordic Creamery

Box of Curd Love

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Culver's Fried Cheese Curd

Fried Cheese Curds?
Yes Please!

Looking for some fried cheese curd action? Get your taste buds ready and find a Culver's location near you!

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Cravin' Curds? Order by the Bag

 
 

 

You Curdn't Be Wondering About This, Curd you?

What are curds? Essentially, cheese curds are unaged cheddar cheese. They are separated from the whey early in the cheesemaking process and instead of being pressed into a block or wheel shaped form, they are cut into randomly shaped sweet, salty morsels.

Why do they squeak? The elastic protein strands in the curds rub against the enamel of your teeth to create that characteristic sound. The “squeak” is also a sign of curd freshness, which are traditionally eaten at room temperature, the same day they are made.

How do you eat them? Eat them fresh straight out of the bag, toss them on a salad, use them on a cheese board or in a recipe like poutine, where curds are placed on top of fries and smothered in gravy. Batter and fry the curds, use your air fryer, or order them fried at your local Culver’s restaurant.