Author Topic: Trying this one last time - Where can I find that delicious cheese used in NY?  (Read 13970 times)

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Offline Hobbs

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I've cheated on Miss Grande so many times....only to come back to her loving embrace.

Offline Zing

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Yet another wholesale distributor, based in Nassau County, NY:

C & F Foods Company, Inc.
30 Gordon Drive
Syosset, NY 11791

Their trucks advertise their "Papa Moozzi" mozzarella cheese. Probably wholesale only.

Offline chasenpse

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Sorry, I don't have the experience to be able to tell one what the better brands are. However, I would like to try the Krohn and Galbani loaf cheese. Krohn has been discussed on this forum in other threads. Galbani foodservice was marketed as a premium cheese by Lactalis, before they put the Galbani name on all the Sorrento products in the supermarket. This video sparked my interest back in 2012:

For all I know it is rebadged Sorrento Buffalo (NY), but if you watch the other old "Galbani Tales" videos on the Lactalis Culinary channel you get the impression this is a premium line of cheeses.
Man this video brought back a lot of memories. A lot of drunken stupers ended up with a slice of cold cheese pizza :-D Great idea in the moment, not so fun the day after.
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Offline amiart

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So when it became one company which companies product won over, the superior/premium one or the inferior ?

Offline David Esq.

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I grate a blend of: fresh mozzarella, reggio parmigano and provolone, and I get a flavor that really knocks my socks off. I live in New York and, for the most part, prefer my own pizza to the pizzeria pizzas.