- After Havarti, experimental farm in Denmark where it was developed. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Traces of lactose may be found in Havarti cheese, but levels are well below the limit accepted for a lactose-free claim.”
“Ick, it’s Swiss (I’m not a fan of Swiss, though Havarti is doable sometimes).”
“So did the lovely full-cream Havarti and aged cheddar cheeses and the tank of sweet tea on the top refrigerator shelf.”
“Havarti and Swiss are my two favorite cheeses for these, but feel free to use your favorite sliced or shredded cheese.”
“Among the specialty burgers are the au poivre (peppercorns and sour cream) burger, the Roque burger (with bleu cheese dressing and bacon) and the Basque burger (onions, peppers, mushrooms, and Havarti cheese).”
“My roomie appears to have accidentally bought dill Havarti twice.”
“You might include baby mozzarella, feta, brie en croute brie cheese baked in pastry, and one or two other cheeses you like, such as Havarti, smoked Gouda, white cheddar, or flavored goat cheese.”
“There were four different kinds of cheese in the cheese drawer—cheddar, American, and two other kinds that I had never had before, Brie and Havarti.”
“She could come out with her own brand of cheese, Indian spiced Havarti, and call it “Avarti”.”
“Since I made these immediately, I worked with what I had on hand, which did not include Havarti cheese.”
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