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That’s Punny

At The AMERICAN Grilled Cheese Kitchen, there is a well-used chalkboard hanging over their magical sandwich-making kitchen. Like The AMERICAN, we here at Tillamook shamelessly love a good cheesy pun. To add a few to the board:Just wheying in with my opinion.
That’s whey over my head.
Don’t string me along.
You’re making an asagio of yourself.

Got any gouda ones to add?


Mike B.

I am blue as I can havarti come up with a good one...

February 8th, 2011 at 12:23 pm

Jim Hansen

There once was a man from Woonsocket
Who's taste buds took off like a rocket
When that Tillamook cheese
Was mixed up with some peas
And served up inside of a hot pocket.

February 15th, 2011 at 6:38 pm

Jim Hansen

That wasn't a gouda one, but rather a limbergerick.

February 15th, 2011 at 6:41 pm

Tillamook Team

Haha... nice! I have one (it's a joke though, not a pun)...

Q: Do deer eat cheese?
A: Fondue.

-Tara of the Tillamook Team

February 17th, 2011 at 3:41 pm

Cindy Schmitt

Booo, Tara gum has been added to tillamooks mudslide ice cream...please remove it, it causes digestive disturbances. It's from a tree doesn't belong in ice cream.

March 11th, 2016 at 6:39 pm


Tillamook Team

Hi Cindy,

Thanks for your comment on our blog. While we are excited to have recently simplified our ice cream recipe by removing old stabilizers and emulsifiers and replacing them with eggs and natural plant-based gums, we’re sorry that we have disappointed you with parts this change! We currently are using the egg yolks and natural plant-based gums to stabilize our ice cream’s signature texture and also to keep ice crystals at bay by stabilizing water and fat particles. Part of our Dairy Done Right philosophy is regularly asking ourselves what we can do better, and our goal with this change was to make a more natural and simple ice cream that still retains the great taste and creaminess our fans have come to know and love.

We are always happy to receive this kind of feedback and I will share your comments about the new recipe ingredients with our team. I’m very sorry for any inconvenience in the meantime.

Thanks again for sharing your thoughts.

Jackie, of the Tillamook Team

March 14th, 2016 at 8:57 am
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