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A Feta Odyssey in Greece


The flagship national product of Greece, feta’s roots go all the way back to the days of Homer.

Cheese + Fish: It’s All Greek To Me


Barrel-aged feta, Cretan Graviera, and whey-made mizithra mix well with seafood in Greece.

Garída Saganaki


In Greek restaurants throughout the US, the “saganaki” most often found on menus is a pan-seared Cretan graviera cheese appetizer that arrives at your table in brandied flames as diners and servers alike shout “Opa!” This saganaki recipe, traditionally served in seaside tavernas throughout Greece, comprises fresh shrimp, tomatoes, and feta cheese that are roasted […]

Seven Sweet and Savory Pies for Pi Day


Happy Pi Day! Contrary to popular belief, pies aren’t always the sweet, decadent dessert that first comes to mind (though we won’t say no to those either!). They can be savory meals to share with friends and family, or to have delicious leftovers for later if you’re eating solo. Check out a few of our […]

Introducing Satio Collection’s Israeli Feta


Feta is one of the world’s most versatile cheeses, equally at home on a cheeseboard, in a salad, and in myriad recipes, both savory and sweet. Not all feta is the same, however. Authentic feta comes from the Mediterranean and is made only with sheep’s and/or goat’s milk. The flavor should be bright and fresh, […]

In Season: Berries and Citrus


Sweet-tart berries and citrus fruits pair perfectly with each other and with the right cheese. Here’s how to pair all three.

According to Your Zodiac, Which Cheese Is Your Valentine?


Stop swiping on Tinder right now: We think there’s a more important match for you that’s written in the stars (spoiler alert: it’s cheese).

Best Cheeses 2020: Dare to Pair


We’re looking back on some of the things that got us through the stress of 2020—like cheese and junk food.

Ask the Expert: Cheesemakers Under Fire


Here’s a look at how four Oregon cheesemakers dealt with the fires, with a few encouraging moments revealed even as the smoke concealed so much else.