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For Your Next Campfire, You Need This Skillet Fondue


The fondue stays melty thanks to the cast iron skillet, but cools quickly (so make sure to dig in immediately).

Bucatini with Fondue Sauce and Broccoli Rabe


All the flavors of fondue—Alpine cheese, dry white wine, and just a hint of nutmeg—come together in this pasta sauce.

In Queso You Missed It January 20th


Here’s what you might have missed this week in cheese news! Our January 20th edition of In Queso You Missed It.

The 10 Best Podcast Episodes About Cheese


Suddenly, it seems, there is a podcast for every subject. Where else within the vastness of the internet—in all its nuanced, specialized glory—can we feel a personal touch like that of the podcast? As obsessive turophiles, it’s rewarding to see more and more shows emerging that showcase discussions from all over the cheese industry. With […]

In Queso You Missed It April 22nd


A very happy Earth Day to you, my fellow cheese friends! The sun is kinda shining, the birds are kinda chirping, the flowers are kinda blooming, and cheese is defnitely stillthe most amazing thing on the planet. Agreed? Here’s what you might have missed this week: Not that a cheese fanatic like yourself would ever […]

Baked four cheese macaroni and cheese in an enamel baking dish topped with Parmigiano Reggiano bread crumbs

In Queso You Missed It April 15th


Happy days, cheese lovers! If you’re like me, you’re getting ready for the marathon tomorrow. Lots of stretching and preparation go into an event like this. Years of honing in on both speed and endurance. But of course, I would never actually run in the Boston Marathon, no. I’m talking about my favorite past time […]

potato and cheese fondue

New Potato and Cheese Fondue with Pickled Shallot


Chef Edouardo Jordan of Seattle’s JuneBaby shares a recipe for potato and cheese fondue. Pickles and purslane bring the brightness of spring to this Alpine classic.

Ask the Monger: What Cheeses are the Best for Melting?


What Cheeses are the Best for Melting?  In general, higher moisture cheeses that are young and soft or semifirm are the best for melting. Start by figuring out what you are cooking. Having fun with Fondue? I say look to the mountains! Some of the best cheeses for melting are the nutty, grassy, and fruity […]

National Cheese Lover's Day

This Saturday is National Cheese Lover’s Day


This Saturday, January 20th, is National Cheese Lover’s Day. We know what you’re thinking: isn’t that every day? And we’re right there with you—but we’ll take any excuse to celebrate our deep appreciation for all things cheese. Here’s how you can honor the great tradition of National Cheese Lover’s Day this weekend. Happy celebrating, fellow turophiles! 1. […]