Yancey’s Fancy Gourmet Cheeses
German immigrant, Leo Kutter brought his craft of making Limburger cheese to Cowlesville, NY. In spite of a war and shortage of milk, Leo persisted in make a living of his craft and dedicated himself to building a business based on the popularity of this unique cheese in America. Eventually he added Swiss and Cheddar to his original Limburger cheese and established Kutter’s Cheese as the destination for premium cheeses.
More than sixty years later, Kutter’s Cheese, now known as Yancey’s Fancy has maintained the same reputation for high quality cheeses. A new product line was introduced to Kutter’s simple cheeses that included Yancey’s Fancy Buffalo Wing Hot Sauce, Horseradish Cheddar, Roasted Garlic, as well as traditional Euro-style wheel cheeses. Master cheese maker, Brian Bailey joined the company as well, bringing an influence from countries such as Finland, Denmark and France which inspired more varieties.
Yancey’s Fancy cheeses pair well with many foods for a flavorful meal or snack. Try Champagne Cheddar with frozen grapes or XXX-Sharp Cheddar with French bread, black olives, pepperoni and spicy brown mustard. Jalepeno. Cayenne Cheddar layered on a crusty rye bread with hard salami, mild pepper rings and a smear of beer mustard would be perfect for a hearty sandwich for a Saturday afternoon. Creative flavors are introduced often such as Killer Dill Cheddar, Chipotle Cheddar and Chastinet which is an asiago style cheese.
There are many options for serving cheese and Yancey’s Fancy accommodates those needs by offering their cheeses in a variety of sizes, random weight wedges as well as 7.6 ounce exact weight wedges. There are 8 ounce exact weight sticks, random weight bars, 5 lb. loaves, 10 lb. wheels and prints, and 40 lb. blocks. Shreds and shingles are also available. Make sure to look for Yancey’s Fancy cheeses at your local grocery store and sample new varieties during the Tasty Expo, May 18 and 19 at the Overland Park Convention Center.