In today’s modern world, the most magnificent cheeses are still the result of hand made processes dating back multiple centuries. These old world cheese making techniques have been passed down from generation to generation, preserving...Read more ›
Properly refrigerating and storing cheese is important to maintaining peak flavor and freshness.
Cheese is best stored in a cheese cellar at 50 to 60 degrees Fahrenheit and 90% humidity. However, it is perfectly okay (and typical) to...Read more ›
Milk is the signature ingredient in any cheese. Learning about the different milk types will help you add specific flavor profiles to recipes and cheese plates.
Cow’s milk is the most commonly used in cheese making. However,...Read more ›
You can use regular knives to cut cheese, but it’s always satisfying to use a specially designed tool. If you appreciate cheese, you’ll want at least a few of the following cheese knives:
The Essential Cheese Starter's Set
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You may have noticed some cheeses bear markings on their rind. These are not ornamental, but rather informational and give you confidence you are buying an authentic product. Knowing a little...Read more ›
A cheese plate is a delightful, well-rounded sensory experience. Serve before or after a meal, or as a focal point of entertaining. You’ll be amazed how a thoughtful selection of cheeses enlivens the conversation. Click here to see all...Read more ›