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This post is sponsored by COOPER Cheese.
Doesn’t that pizza look amazing? I didn’t make it. The photo is from the folks at Cooper cheese. All that ooey, gooey cheese makes my mouth water.
Pizza is one of the most popular foods here at the Jersey shore. We love our pizza. I’ve been told by many people that pizza in other areas of the country is nothing like the pizza that we have here in our area.
Philly Cheesesteak. I didn’t make that either. Once again, Cooper Cheese has struck, leaving me pondering the blend of steak and melty cheese and salivating on my keyboard.
Philly Cheesesteaks are another really popular food in our area, probably partially because we’re only an hour out of Philly. It’s also just because it’s a delicious sandwich. In fact, a Philly Cheesesteak is one of my oldest son’s absolute favorite things to eat.
We don’t have a ton of money, so we don’t eat out all that often. I make my own versions of dishes at home, many of which include cheese. I love cheese. My whole family loves cheese. It’s one of the items you can always find in my fridge in one or more forms. I use it in many of the dishes that I make. It’s on almost every sandwich that I make. Hubby actually teases me from time to time, saying that I don’t know how to make a dish that doesn’t have cheese. Of course I do! I just choose not too, because cheese is just so yummy!
A popular cheese in my area is Cooper Cheese. Cooper Cheese has been around since 1893, when I.C. Cooper, a prominent banker from Teresa, New York, began selling aged cheese under the Cooper label. In 1945, the Cooper Victory label (C.V. Sharp) was developed in honor of World War II veterans. Cooper Cheese is a proud supporter of Operation Homefront.
Made with the goodness of real milk, Cooper is made with hand-selected, high-quality American cheese that’s aged between 100-180 days. The distinct aged flavor really makes meals come alive – from burgers and subs to mac ‘n cheese, and everything in between. Cooper has three different types of sharp cheeses: White, Yellow, and Black Pepper available at deli counters. Customers can locate the store nearest to them by using the product locator.
Cooper is currently holding the Make It Yours Recipe Contest, which runs through July 31, 2015. It’s a fun contest, and a wonderful opportunity for people like you and I to share our favorite recipes in the hopes of winning a prize. Speaking of prizes, there are some really nice ones!
• Grand Prize: Custom-designed trip for up to four people plus $2,000 spending money. Total value $8,000.
• First Prize: Five winners will receive a $250 VISA® gift card
• Second Prize: Five winners will receive a year’s supply of Cooper Cheese (value $96)
To enter the contest, create a recipe using Cooper Cheese and up to 11 other ingredients. then, take a picture of your original Cooper dish and submit it with your contest entry. You can enter the contest on Facebook, or by regular mail if your entry is postmarked by July 31, 2015.
The contest is open to legal residents who are eighteen (18) years of age or older and reside in the following states where COOPER® cheese is distributed at the time of submission: Connecticut, Delaware, the District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia, and West Virginia, (the “Entrant”). Void outside of CT, DE, DC, FL, GA, ME, MD, MA, NH, NJ, NY, NC, OH, PA, RI, VT, VA, and WV, in US territories and possessions located outside of the United States, Puerto Rico, and wherever else restricted or prohibited by law. See the official contest rules for more details.
What’s your favorite recipe that calls for cheese? Would you enter it in the contest?