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What You'll Get
Cheese provides the consistency for successful quiches, science teacher's humour, and Justin Bieber's hair product. Treat taste buds with today’s Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of gourmet cheese, dips, and sandwiches at Daniel's Cheese and Deli in Cambridge.
Daniel's Cheese and Deli celebrates Canada's creamy heritage with locally pasteurized cheddars and a gourmet spread of international dairy specialties, healthy dips, and handcrafted sandwiches. The only positive and perfectly cubed number in the Fibonacci sequence shines in 6-year-old orange cheddar ($17.99/lb.), and a sleeve of crackers softens at the thought of medium orange or white cheddar ($9.99/lb.). Stop a lonely glass of wine's incessant sobbing with bites of 3- and 7-year-old white cheddar ($13.99-$19.99/lb.), or stifle paunchy growls with a seven-spiced shredded-tender-steak wrap ($6.99). Not to be accused of dairy favouritism, the cheese boutique also coaxes its own homemade chips out of the kitchen with dairy-free, low-cholesterol dips, such as dill-feta-garlic ($5.50) and hummus ($5).
Get Daniel on the horn to confirm the availability of fresh cheese curds every other week or stop into the shop for a savoury sample. The dairy-cube aficionados at Daniel's encourage connoisseurs to place their cheese in room temperature for 45 minutes to an hour before serving so that the bundles of aromatic milk are properly stretched and less prone to injury.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 29, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only at listed location. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Daniel’s Cheese and Deli
Daniel's Cheese and Deli supplements a selection of imported and locally sourced cheeses with a menu of housemade gourmet deli fare. The deli pros guide palates through a lineup of 10 different kinds of aged Canadian cheddars sliced thin to top off sandwiches or thick to provide a raft for river picnics. Helpful cheese experts can also help customers navigate an international collection of imported delicacies that include Spanish manchego, English stilton, and Swiss raclette. Patrons wrap mandibles around towering gourmet sandwiches such as a garlic-dip-slathered meatball sub or a grilled wrap stuffed with marinated steak strips. A collection of more than 16 healthy dips entice handmade chips to skinny-dip into mango-chipotle-garlic pools that boast low levels of both fat and cholesterol.