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Cycling, zine-making, and general outdoorsmanship consume Anna Brones' time when she isn't writing or producing. Her home on the Puget Sound provides ample fodder for her art. When it comes to outdoor-friendly cheeses, Brones thinks Comté is a winner. "It's delicious, easy to pack, and can handle being stuffed at the bottom of a backpack," she says.

No Rind Left Behind: Ideas for Using Leftover Cheese


There are plenty of ways to put old cheese to good use, and we’ve rounded up three to get you started.

Goat Cheese and Honey Cornbread Squares


This make-ahead cornbread packs well and can serve as breakfast at the trailhead, a mid-hike snack, or warmed up and eaten by the fire in the evening.

Improve Your Outdoor Cooking Game with Cheese


Choosing your cheeses for camp cooking depends on your camping style and the length of your trip, but here are some general guidelines to follow.

Pear and Cheddar Pancakes with Cumin


This recipe plays with the sweet-savory balance, bringing in the spike of a sharp cheddar and the natural sweetness of pears and the warmth of cumin seeds.

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