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Clothbound Cheddar Pão de Queijo


This chewy Brazilian dinner bun comes together quickly in the blender and is best enjoyed the same day.

One Cheese Five Ways: Clothbound Cheddar


Photographed and written by Jenny Bravo Clothbound cheddar is a cheddared cheese that, as the name suggests, has been wrapped with cotton cloth; a material that releases just enough moisture as the cheese ages to produce a firm rind and crumbly texture. It has long been thought that the method comes from the UK, although […]

Clothbound Cheddar and Dill Biscuits


A classic savory and flaky biscuit elevated with aromatic dill and earthy cheese.

Clothbound Cheddar Pumpkin Soup with a Crispy Onion, Ginger, and Chilies Garnish


Make this easy soup with butternut, acorn, or any similar squash from the farmers’ market, and be sure to enjoy it with the spicy crispy onion garnish. An immersion blender can be used instead of a countertop blender.

Potato, Clothbound Cheddar, and Short Rib Pierogis


A delicious take on the classic Polish meal, these elevated pierogis could be made with leftovers to save time. Pierogi dough is similar in preparation to Italian pasta dough and is formed much like Chinese dumplings.

Fudge Brownies with Clothbound Cheddar


Although chunks of cheddar cheese make for an unusual addition to this classic brownie, the salty combination is a must-try. Add as much or as little cheddar as you prefer. For thinner brownies, a 9×13 baking pan can be used.

One Cheese Five Ways: Camembert


Take the iconic French wheel from the cheeseboard to the table Photographed by Jenny Bravo According to well-established legend, camembert was invented in 1791 by Marie Harel of Normandy, France. Harel was taught cheesemaking techniques by a priest from Brie, which perhaps accounts for the similarities between the two popular cheeses. However, the cheesemaking process […]

Blackberry, Fennel, and Fried Camembert Salad with White Balsamic Vinaigrette


This summer salad hits all the sensory notes and looks impressive, besides.

Fresh Fettuccine in Camembert Wheels with Creamy Confit Tomato Sauce


Homemade pasta is well worth the extra effort, but high-quality, store-bought fresh pasta can be substituted. A kitchen scale is needed for the pasta recipe.