Jamie Ditaranto
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Articles written by Jamie Ditaranto

Jamie Ditaranto is a senior at Emerson College and an online editorial intern for culture, who enjoys writing, photography, and travel. She finds a way to sneak cheese into just about every meal and is a sucker for free samples.

Burger Fondue?!

Burger King Japan is back with another wacky cheese innovation

What’s Up With Seasonal Cheese?

Cheese is not unlike any vegetable or fruit and it has its own designated time of the year in which it should be eaten for optimal tastiness

New Natural Coating for Long Lasting Cheese

Milk’s leap toward immortality has just gotten a whole lot bigger.

How to Make Cheddar in Just One Hour

Claudia Lucero of Urban Cheesecraft has come up with a recipe for cheddar that will be ready in under sixty minutes. Sorcery, you say? Think again!

Cheeses To Be Thankful For

The world is filled with delicious cheeses, and we want to give ’em our thanks!

Latin American Cheese: Queso Blanco

I have been skirting around one of the most notable and scrumptious cheeses of Latin America, the easy, squeaky, and delicious queso blanco

Cakebuilder Lets Cheese Lovers Get Creative

With the world’s first online cheese builder, you customize and visualize your own cheese cake!

Top Cheeses of the Top Ten Cheese Countries

We’ve put together of a list of the top cheeses of these top ten cheese countries

What are Cheese Crystals?

The science of proteolysis (dealing with proteins) is a little complicated, but like the proteins of a fine aged Gouda we’re going to break it down nice and cheesy.

Latin American Cheese: Chile

Though Chileans have long enjoyed incorporating cheese into their cuisine, some of the most popular cheese imports being Gouda and Parmesan, the culture of original Chilean cheese is just beginning to grow and develop.