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Fire up your taste buds and grab a bottle of sparkling red—this cheese is packing piquancy; that’s why we’re pairing it with a berry-forward Lambrusco.
Why do some cheeses get firmer as they age, while other cheeses get runnier? We delve into the science behind your favorite wedges.
We just wanted to make sure you never have to go a day, or even a couple of hours, without a cheese snack.
Forgotten wheels from the 19th century pose the question: How long can cheese age? Associate editor Molly McDonough heads to Switzerland to find out.
It’s aged with tiny mites and looks like a cantaloupe. What’s the story behind the famous Mimolette?
A chemical compound that’s found in certain cheeses could contribute to a longer life and prevent liver disease