Classic Croque Monsieur
This recipe is from culture's feature of the now-closed Colette Grand Cafe. While the restaurant may no longer be operating, chef Jennifer Dewasha is still cooking, and this Croque monsieur is still delicious!Recipe Tip: Use a mild ham for this recipe— aged or heavily smoked versions will overpower the other flavors.
The Winding Road to Gold at Mondial Du Fromage
World’s Best Cheesemonger Virginie Dubois-Dhorne traded academia for affinage Photographed by Hans Westbeek Dedicating her life to curds was the last thing Virginie Dubois-Dhorne had in mind when her husband asked her to help out at his cheese shop. In fact, when she married Jean-François—a political science graduate turned cheesemonger and affineur—she was in the […]
Destination Cheese: European Edition
When planning post-lockdown travels, combine natural splendor with splendid cheese.
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.
Comté and Kimchi Melt
The savory notes of Comté are the perfect foil for the bold spice of kimchi.
One Cheese, Five Ways: All Hail Roquefort
To cook with the king of French cheeses, make it the star.
In Queso You Missed It: July 26th
Catch up on what you’ve been missing in the cheese world here.
Liberté, Egalité, Fraternité: Bastille Day Pairings
Celebrate Bastille Day from afar with classic French cheese and wine pairings
Ruminations: Precious Objects
Why storing cheese is a lot like storing a painting
In Queso You Missed It: May 17th
We’re in the middle of American Cheese Month, which comes at an especially important time as domestic makers struggle to stay afloat during this crisis. If you’re looking to do your part to help, check out our roundup of cheese shops and makers providing COVID-friendly purchasing options. Then browse our new accompaniment roundup that lists […]