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One Cheese, Five Ways: Cold Weather Comfort


Taleggio—a fruity, tangy semisoft cow’s milk cheese from the Val Taleggio region of Italy—is no stranger to the cheese plate. And while the washed rind certainly makes a statement on its own, we’re here to convince you to use it in the kitchen, too. In the recipes ahead, we press Taleggio into panini, melt it into polenta and atop pasta, slice it for a hearty salad, and more. The bold yet approachable flavor of the cheese makes any dish it’s used in a standout—perfect for holiday entertaining.


1. Taleggio and Apricot Jam Panini


2. Arugula and Radicchio Salad with Taleggio and Toasted Walnuts


3. Penne with Peas, Italian Sausage, and Taleggio Sauce


4. Taleggio Polenta with Mushrooms and Bacon


5. Taleggio and Swiss Chard Omelette

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