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A Behind-the-Scenes Look at Icelandic Skyr


Skyr is one of Iceland’s most adored food. This cultured dairy product is made from skim milk and resembles lush, ultrathick Greek yogurt.

How to Cut Cheese Like a Pro


If you promised to bring a cheese board to your next dinner party, don’t panic! We have some tricks of the trade to make you look like a cheese pro.

A Visit to Gothberg Farms


When owner Rhonda Gothberg decided to buy a goat, she had no idea she’d one day be running a thriving dairy farm that makes 32 cheeses.

4 Ways to Celebrate National Cheese Day


From exploring new pairings to making your own cheese, here are some of the best ways to celebrate National Cheese Day.

Meet Evan Talen, the Cheesemonger Invitational Champion


Newcomer Evan Talen of Aperitivo blew the judges away in the Chicago Cheesemonger Invitational.

Cottage Cheese is Making a Comeback


At its essence, cottage cheese is old-fashioned. But with the dawn of 2019, cottage cheese is edging back into the spotlight. And it’s better than ever.

Curiosity is the Perfect Pairing


It’s important to understand how flavors interact, but what’s the crucial ingredient to any cheese pairing? Curiosity.

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Cornerstone: The Latest American Original


There’s no shortage of “American Originals”: Colby, Teleme, Monterey Jack. Come along as we visit three farms creating the latest addition to the roster.

California Telere

Teleme: Franklin’s Edition


I’m driving through dense morning fog in California’s San Joaquin Valley, slowly maneuvering my car, searching for road signs and landmarks scribbled down on the back of an old envelope. My eyes spot the sun, a white orb only slightly brighter than the dewy air around it. I can look directly at it without squinting.   This hazy valley is the heart of California Big Ag country. It’s home to the World Ag Expo, the largest milk processing center in California, and […]