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Bertagni Marzolino Rosso: A Tuscan Original


For American fans of Marzolino Rosso, the hunt for the Tuscan cheese has been akin to that for Melville’s white whale. Produced in the Garfagnana, a remote mountainous region, this young pecorino has historically been made with 100-percent sheep’s milk, and its rind rubbed with tomato paste to ward off unwanted mold growth. Verano Bertagni, […]

Cheese Glossary: Common Terms


Talk like a true turophile using these commonly used cheese terms.

Cheese IQ: Going Native


Most cheesemakers today use commercial cultures. However, more makers are beginning to experiment with native cheese cultures.

Garrotxa cheese

Cheese IQ: All the Lingo You Need to Know


Cheese names (especially those in a foreign language) can be intimidating when you’re at the cheese counter. Here’s a handy pronunciation guide to help!

Cheese IQ: The Science Behind Melting Cheeses


We answer all your questions about melting cheese.

camembert and brie wedge side by side on cheese board

Cheese Showdown: Brie vs. Camembert


Cheese expert Carlos Souffront answers the age-old question.

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