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Crème de la (Triple) Crème


A behind-the-scenes look at American cheesemakers revolutionizing this French classic.

In Queso You Missed It October 28th


Here’s what you might have missed this week in cheese news! Our October 28th edition of In Queso You Missed It.

What You Should Know About Brousse du Rove, the Newest AOC Cheese


This French goat’s milk cheese is the latest to be granted AOC status.

Isigny Ste-Mère’s Leek and Potato Gratin


This gratin is layered with Yukon gold potatoes, sautéed leeks, and Isigny Ste-Mère Mimolette for a nutty, sweet flavor that pairs perfectly with the nutmeg-spiced heavy cream.

Shop Talk: La Maison Du Fromager in Paris, France

Shop Talk: La Maison Du Fromager in Paris, France


Marie Quatrehomme is the owner of four successful Parisian cheese shops: La Fromagerie Du Rendez-Vous, La Fromagerie D’Issy-Les-Moulineaux, La Fromagerie De L’Espérance, and La Maison Du Fromage. She is one of France’s most well-known—and perhaps most unlikely—cheese savants, a celebrated author, and one of the first cheese professionals to achieve both the Meilleur Ouvrier de […]

Photo from Lyon’s First Annual Farm Cheese Awards

All the Winners from Lyon’s First Annual Farm Cheese Awards


On a picture perfect spring day in June, the city of Lyon played host to a groundbreaking event: the first Annual Farm Cheese Awards. The event holds great significance for the cheese community, as it was the first international competition comprised entirely of raw-milk farmstead cheeses. After months of consideration by event organizers Association Fromages […]

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In Queso You Missed It May 6th


Greetings, cheese lovers! Warm weather is finally here—and with that, it’s prime time for parties. We love a celebration too, but after all the margaritas have been downed and all the chips have been eaten—dipped in cheese, of course—we know that all that cleanup can be a pain. So take a break: Here’s an excuse […]

The 6 Most Scandalous Cheese Crimes in American History


Cheese is the most stolen food in the world. It accounts for roughly 4% of all thefted foods worldwide. Millions of dollars worth of cheese have been stolen in Wisconsin, Italy, France, and England just in the last few years. Cheese heists throughout history have involved everything from walking out of a store with a wedge […]

Natural Mimolette

Have You Met Mimolette?


With a pocked rind and unmistakable orange interior, Mimolette is one of France’s most easily-identifiable cheeses. Traditionally produced in the northern French county of Flanders, this pasteurized cow’s milk cheese is generally believed to be an interpretation of the Dutch cheese Edam. In the 17th century, France was importing significant quantities of cheese from the […]

Roquefort Rebel

The Roquefort Rebel


Will Studd, cheese expert and host of Cheese Slices,  brings us the tale of how Roquefort was nearly erased from Australian cheese counters, and how he changed history. It’s been more than two decades since Australian authorities announced that regulations allowing the sale of raw milk cheese after a 90 day holding period would be […]