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Amy Scheuerman

Articles written by Amy Scheuerman

Amy Scheuerman—culture's former web director—spent eight years in North Carolina where she developed a love of barbecue and biscuits before moving up north to get a degree in nutrition. She now works at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.

La Fromagerie Henri Hutin Belletoile Rouge

La Fromagerie Henri Hutin Belletoile Rouge


Belletoile Rouge has a complex, funky, and slightly boozy orange-pink rind that provides a perfect counterpoint to its mild, creamy interior

Beemster Smoked Dutch

Beemster Smoked Dutch


Beemster Smoked Dutch, a young gouda-style cheese, is as soft and smooth as an after-dinner butter mint that melts on the tongue

Cheeseland Inc. KoKos

Cheeseland Inc. KoKos Minis


KoKos Minis are cute miniature rectangles of cow’s milk cheese with organic coconut cream that adds a sweet, nutty flavor, ultra-creamy texture, and tropical-island aroma

Lemon-Honey Ricotta-Stuffed French Toast with Strawberries

Lemon Honey Ricotta–Stuffed French Toast with Strawberries


Lemon-and-honey-flavored ricotta and juicy berries make a breakfast that’s filling but not overly sweet

Creamy Carbonara with Spring Vegetables

Creamy Carbonara with Spring Vegetables


The trick to great carbonara is good timing, which will ensure a rich, creamy result instead of scrambled eggs in spaghetti

Web Apps for Cheese Shops


If you love talking to customers and working with cheese, but hate some of the other aspects that come with running a small business (inventory, payroll, scheduling), it might be time to try one of these web apps

Gruyère, Apricot, and Prosciutto "Hot Pockets"

Gruyère, Apricot, and Prosciutto “Hot Pockets”


This recipe takes the flaky hot pockets pastries we remember and love and combines them with flavors that are all grown up

Cheddar Scallion Bacon Scones

Cheddar Scallion Bacon Scones


These cheddar scallion bacon scones are packed with flavor and more moist and tender than traditional British scones