Member's Mark Naturally Hardwood Smoked Gouda Cheese (priced per pound)
Why we love this
Member’s Mark Gouda is the product of feedback from our Members. You asked for a change, and we listened. The result is a rich, creamy gouda cheese that melts beautifully.
About this item
- Naturally smoked with hardwood
- Rich, creamy, easy-melting cheese
- Made from pasteurized cow’s milk
Recently, Sam’s Club noticed that many of our Members felt that our Member’s Mark Gouda Cheese could be improved. Taking your comments and suggestions to heart, our merchants began working with a team of food scientists and spent several months reworking the cheese making process. The results? We’re proud to announce that we’ve vastly improved the cheese’s meltability, texture and flavor — and you’ll be proud to serve it to family and friends.
Improved Taste, Texture and Flavor
By carefully adjusting the cheese’s ingredients, Member’s Mark Gouda Cheese now has a consistently smooth texture and meltability that’s just right for soups, mac and cheese, and as a topping on burgers. Extended time in the hardwood smoker delivers a nice smoky flavor that complements many dishes.
Smoky Rind on Member’s Mark Gouda Cheese
The edible rind is where you’ll taste the cheese's intensely smoky flavoring. The rind melts more slowly than the cheese inside the rind. You might want to cut it off when using with soups and mac & cheese. Bonus: when you’re melting this gouda on burgers, the rind will function as a barrier to keep the cheese from melting over the sides and onto your grill racks.
We’d Love Your Feedback
Sam’s Club strives to provide you with the highest quality product at a great value. We hope you will try this new version of Member’s Mark Gouda and leave us a comment on your experience.
Ways To Enjoy Member's Mark Smoked Gouda
Member’s Mark Smoked Gouda can be sliced for sandwiches, burgers or grilled cheese. It’s perfect for melting, so try it shredded in baked dishes, soups or sauces. Member’s Mark Smoked Gouda pairs well with white wines, Riesling, brown ales, and lagers.