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Katherine was a social media intern for culture and a fan of all things Southern. Born and raised in Texas, Katherine recently moved up north to pursue a graduate degree in the Gastronomy Program at Boston University. When she's not researching for her Master's thesis or dreaming about jalapeno cheese poppers, Katherine writes on her own blog The Young Austinian ( http://www.youngaustinian.com/ ).

Fan Photo: Pumpkin-hued Époisses


Each week we scan our Facebook and Twitter pages for photos submitted by our fans. For your chance to be featured on our blog, post a delicious, cheesy image to facebook.com/culturecheesemag or twitter.com/culturecheese. There’s nothing we love more than seeing cheesy photos from our fans, and sometimes the captions are winners too. This week’s enth-ooze-iastic […]

Writer’s Whey: The final word on cheese


Each week, culture intern Katherine will scour great works of literature for all the cheesy details your English teacher never showed you. Authors often include mentions of food and drink in their written works to give the reader a small glimpse into the culture and historic foodways of a particular place and era. This blog series will […]

Writer’s Whey: Dickens, English Delights, and Cheesy Compliments


Each week, culture intern Katherine will scour great works of literature for all the cheesy details your English teacher never showed you. Authors often include mentions of food and drink in their written works to give the reader a small glimpse into the culture and historic foodways of a particular place and era. This blog series will […]

A Cheese Party in Tokyo

A Cheese Party in Tokyo!

Each week we scan our Facebook and Twitter pages for photos submitted by our fans. This week’s Fan Photo Winner, Marie K., comes all the way from Tokyo, Japan, with her own take on an Asian-fusion cheese tasting party.

Writer’s Whey: Tolstoy and a Cheese ‘n’ Vodka Buffet


Each week, culture intern Katherine will scour great works of literature for all the cheesy details your English teacher never showed you. Authors often include mentions of food and drink in their written works to give the reader a small glimpse into the culture and historic foodways of a particular place and era. This blog series will […]

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