In Queso You Missed It: October 23, 2022
Photo by Emily Monaco for World’s Table Its name translates as “four men,” however women are in charge at Quatrehomme Fromagerie in Paris. The founder’s daughter-in-law, Marie Quatrehomme, broke the cheese world’s glass ceiling when in 2000, she became the first woman to be named a Meilleur Ouvrier de France (MOF). It was the first time that the […]
Four Cheese Books to Read this Winter
1 The Modern Cheeseboard: Pair Your Way to the Perfect Grazing Platter In her newest book, London cheese shop owner Morgan McGlynn shares how to cut, style, and pair cheese to create memorable cheese and charcuterie arrangements for any occasion. The Modern Cheeseboard (White Lion Publishing, August 30, 2022) includes 40 arrangements and all the […]
4 New Books for Fall 2022
1. Snacks for Dinner: Small Plates, Full Bites, Can’t Lose Especially in these unusual times, who hasn’t had snacks for dinner? (We’ve been there, scarfing hunks of cheese with crackers out of the box in front of the TV.) In his new book, Snacks for Dinner (Harper Wave, May 3, 2022) Lukas Volger shows us […]
Culture’s Favorite Cheese Books of Winter 2018
A roundup of our favorite cheesy books hitting shelves this winter.
Cheese Lit for Autumn 2018
A roundup of our favorite cheesy books hitting shelves this autumn.
Will It Waffle?
Daniel Shumski, creator of the popular Waffleizer blog, has come out with a book that asks a very important question: Will It Waffle?
A Curious History of Food and Drink
Learn the zany histories behind your favorite foods in A Curious History of Food and Drink by Ian Crofton
The Obicà cookbook is full of unfussy antipasti, pasta, pizza, and dessert recipes, each paired with a stunning photo of the finished dish
We Make Beer
In We Make Beer, author Sean Lewis introduces readers to beer bigwigs and prolific producers across the country
In Tasting Whiskey, author Lew Bryson teaches the differences between types of whiskeys, the distilling traditions of each, and what to pair them with