How It’s Made: Bayonne Ham
Jambon de Bayonne is a French delicacy with history and a taste of place. Learn how it is produced!
Fromage From Europe
Cheesemaking (and eating) is an integral part of French culture and history that goes back centuries. Beyond icons such as Camembert, Brie, and Roquefort, there is so
much more to experience when it comes to French cheese.
Cheese Styles: Brie
Soft and curvy, with oozing, voluptuous love handles, Brie has enchanted poets and emperors for centuries.
Jambon de Bayonne Cookbook Download
Learn how to use this exquisit artisanal product from France. This cookbook will inspire you for your summer recipes.
One Cheese, Five Ways: Melt for Comté
Nutty, salty, and sweet, the ultimate French fromage hits all the right notes in these easy and savory recipes.
Capriole’s ash-marbled loaf is a thing of beauty.
Liberté, Egalité, Fraternité: Bastille Day Pairings
Celebrate Bastille Day from afar with classic French cheese and wine pairings
Pairing: Ahuntz Ederra + Spiced Pear Syrup
The Pyrénées mountain range sits as a natural boundary between France and Spain, rising up from the land just north of Barcelona and reaching its fingers west into the Basque Country. Culturally unique from Spain, the Basque region’s identity is shaped in part by strong agricultural traditions, evidenced in Basque cheesemaking. Basque Country possesses three […]
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