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Improve Your Outdoor Cooking Game with Cheese


Choosing your cheeses for camp cooking depends on your camping style and the length of your trip, but here are some general guidelines to follow.

Why Does Swiss Cheese Have Holes?


An expert explores the science behind this beloved hole-y cheese.

Cheese Curd Closeup - What's the Difference between Cheese Curds and Cheese

In Queso You Missed It April 15th


Here’s what you might have missed this week in cheese news! Our April 15th edition of In Queso You Missed It.

Shop Talk: Boise Co-op


Between their two locations, the Boise Co-op offers up to 200 cheeses, as well as fun events like their food show–style events that let customers try new cheeses.

edible insects

Great 28: Cheese + Insects


Hear us out—edible insects aren’t as intimidating as you might think. In fact, a 2013 United Nations report estimated that at least two billion people worldwide eat insects regularly. Once you get past the mental block, you’ll find that insects are packed with protein and nutrients, plus interesting flavors that play nicely with cheese (really!). […]

cheese and brisket

Great 28: Cheese + Brisket


Meat meets curds in big, beefy cheese and brisket pairings.

emmentaler

Cheese Of The Day: Emmentaler


Emmentaler is a smooth, dense cheese that melts to a lovely velvet texture that’s perfect for fondue. This classic Swiss cheese is fruity and savory.

Cheese Supersedes Arms In A Transformed Alpine Military Cave


Cheese companies like Gourmino use decommissioned military caves to age Alpine cheeses in a humid-cool environment.