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Ruminations: Precious Objects


Why storing cheese is a lot like storing a painting

Cheese and the Power of Myth


Why we invent stories about our food

Ask the Expert: Are Soft Cheeses Fatty?


One of the most pervasive myths in the cheese-eating community is that all soft and runny cheeses are very fatty.

London’s Cheesiest Attraction (That You Probably Missed)


If you’re up to date on global cheese news, then you’ve likely already heard of (and had FOMO about) Café Rouge opening a limited-time Cheese Suite in Camden, London last month. If this comes as a surprise to you, get ready to be mind-blown.  The Cheese Suite opened as part of Café Rouge’s genius plan […]

Cheese Plate Renaissance


Though American palates may sometimes struggle with French dishes, the cheese course—a longstanding French custom—is one tradition that translates beautifully. “All over France, it’s uncommon to see a menu without a cheese course,” says Emma Young, wholesale manager at French affineur and exporter Mons Cheesemongers. French tradition prescribes that cheese plates are enjoyed either between […]

Mushroom, Chicken and Kale Lasagna


Parmigiano Reggiano

Your Crash Course on the EU Cheese Tariffs


Perhaps you’ve heard the cheese world buzzing about the Trump administration’s tariffs on European Union (EU) goods. Here’s what you need to know.

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