Bibeleskaes is one of the great culinary specialities of Haut-Rhin and Bas-Rhin, along with fleischschnacka. The term means "chicks' cheese" because this dish was once used to feed chicks. At the time, bibeleskaes was made of curdled milk, oats and bran. Bibeleskaes was soon adapted for humans, by making a few changes to the original recipe. It now includes unsalted cheese curds produced in the making of Munster cheese, cream, garlic, chives, salt and pepper. It is generally served with jacket potatoes, cold, at the end of a meal.