I don’t know about you, but I could certainly use a vacation. I get the feeling we’re in the same boat, amirite?
Trip Details: The Cabot Creamery Liberty Hill Farm Vacation Getaway is a trip for two (2) to Liberty Hill Farm in Rochester, VT. The trip includes a two night/three day stay for two at Liberty Hill Farm, up to $1,500 round trip coach air fare (per winner and guest each) from major airport closest to winner’s home and a two (2) night three (3) day stay for two (2) at Liberty Hill Farm. Package includes breakfast, lunch and dinner at Liberty Hill Farms for applicable meals at the time of stay arranged by guests. Approximate retail value (ARV) of the entire grand-prize package is $4,000.
If you don’t win the big prize, don’t worry; we will have two gift boxes of Cabot Creamery cheese to give away to a couple of still-a-winners.
To enter, leave a comment below telling me how YOU like your cheddar. See the handy widget below to confirm your entry, and for a variety of ways you can earn additional entries in the drawing to win the Cabot Creamery Liberty Hill Farm Vacation Getaway. We will accept entries until Friday, December 21 at midnight. Good luck!
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No more entries!! Thanks to everyone that entered & spread the word! Now, time to look everything over...
I like mine LEGO STYLE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N1zL13LvxS8
I love sharp aged cheddar by itself. The usual suspects: grilled cheese, crackers and over a baked potato are also favorite ways to eat cheddar.
I like my cheddar like I like my men: sharp, aged, distinguished and accompanied by a bottle of wine.
Is there a wrong way to enjoy cheddar? I just used Cabot cheddar to make jalapeno cheese straws, and I used the remainder to make a gigantic plate of nachos. It's great on sandwiches, sprinkled atop soup, and even just by itself. What's NOT to love?
I enjoy sharp cheddar the most when in it's purest form. Straight up by itself or with a few fancy crackers.
Mhhhhmmm - I like my cheddar in a fancy grilled cheese with some homemade marmalade and herbs on crusty bread.
I like my cheddar every way possible- grilled, in omelets, in mac & cheese, in casseroles, on crackers, by itself... The possibilities are endless.
I like my cheddar extra sharp! In a grilled cheese sandwich, paired with a Fuji apple, or stacked with a dill pickle slice, and some salami on a cracked pepper Triscuit, etc....just as long as it's extra sharp. And noooooooooooooooow I'm hungry.
I like my cheddar melted in chili or drizzled over broccoli. VERMONT would be SUCH an awesome vay-cay! Omg. I've always wanted to venture up there!
Got turned on to Cabot cheddar dipuring the workd's largest mac-and-cheese. I'm totally addicted! E erything else is just cheese!
Um, first of all WHUT. For the formal part of the entry, I submit that apples and cheese get on like gangbusters, so I like to top my famous green apple pie with a savory sharp cheddar streusel. BAM