Whether you’re pro or a newbie, there’s a cheesemaking course for you
Behold the tome of tomme
What do string cheese, mozzarella, and provolone have in common? These stretchy, typically mild, and often buttery cheeses are all pasta filata cheeses.
Embrace the funkiness of these aromatic washed rind cheeses
More than fondue (although MAN that fondue is tasty…)
Early cheesemaking tools could provide clues about human evolution and neolithic cheesemaking techniques
These soft, earthy, bloomy rind cheeses—like Camembert, Brie, St. Agur—are some of the most popular cheeses among both cheese aficionados and cheese newbies
As the bio-ingredients of cheesemaking gain uniformity worldwide, what becomes of diversity?
In the offensive against obesity in the US, can dairy be defended?
Preserve your wedges (and pyramids and cylinders) with these folding strategies