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Table of Contents: Winter 2019


Features

CALDERWOOD 

Vermont-grown hay takes this Alpine-style cow’s milk cheese from good to great. 

Written by Rebecca Haley-Park

 

CALIFORNIA CREATIVITY

Less wine, more cheese at this coastal creamery.

Written by Jessie Nicely

 

GET CULTURED

Answers to your burning questions about domestic cultured butter.

Written by Madison Trapkin

 

QUESO WITHOUT BORDERS

Learn how immigrants make America’s cheese industry great.

Written by Katjusa Cisar, Sierra Juarez, Molly McDonough, Tina Vasquez, and Carlos Yescas

 

LAYERS OF LOVE

Cheesy lasagna recipes are the reason for the season.

Written by Christine Chitnis

 

New & Noteworthy

New on the Market

Discover just-released cheeses, accompaniments, and more

Cheese Bites

Catch up on recent cheese news, fun facts, and other tidbits.

Cheese Lit

In-house reviews of three curd-related books.

Farm Animal

Nigerian Dwarf goats:so cute you’ll cry happy tears.

Wheys Less Traveled

Eat like a (French) local.

Events

Every festival, holiday, and show turophiles should know.

 

Columns

Ask Culture

What’s the white creamy stuff inside burrata? Why is artisan cheese so expensive?

Drinks with Cheese

Pair blue cheese with beet shrub, port, grape juice, and more.

Voicings

Get social with the woman behind the world’s largest grilled cheese blog.

Cheese IQ

Cheese courses are making a comeback.

Ruminations

A tale of one woman’s countertop kefir-filled childhood.

 

Culture Cooks

In Season

Cultured Kohlrabi is underutilized and perfect with cheese.

Cheese Plate

A divisive cheese stars in this all-blue plate.

Can Do

Make your own chicken liver pâté for the holidays.

Cheese Remix

Ball out with this cheesy, retro appetizer.

Chef’s Dish

Chefs Priya Krishna and Deepa Shridhar bring Indian-ish to Texas.

One Cheese, Five Ways

Add tangy Taleggio to polenta, pasta, and more.

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