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Best Regions: South Africa


A generation ago, there were just two types of cheese made in South Africa: factory-made Gouda and cheddar. Up until 1991, strict regulations dictated that all cow’s milk produced must be sold to the government, which significantly limited cheese production. But deregulation saw a newfound freedom for dairy farmers and cheesemakers, who set about crafting […]

In Queso You Missed It: December 15


You might’ve missed National Ice Cream Day on December 13th—with this frigid weather, we don’t blame you. If you’re still in the mood for some ice cream (or just want to bookmark it for spring), check out our homemade Roquefort Honey Ice Cream recipe, which we think is the perfect combination of sweet and cheesy. […]

Improve Your Outdoor Cooking Game with Cheese


Choosing your cheeses for camp cooking depends on your camping style and the length of your trip, but here are some general guidelines to follow.

Cheese Curd Closeup - What's the Difference between Cheese Curds and Cheese

In Queso You Missed It April 15th


Here’s what you might have missed this week in cheese news! Our April 15th edition of In Queso You Missed It.

Building Bridges, Not Walls


Fish chips and Parmigiano Reggiano? Korean star cookies and blue cheese? Here are some pairings to inspire you from the international grocery store.

Jill Zenoff Wins the Winter 2019 Cheesemonger Invitational


From cheesy s’mores to a Cheese Camp song, Jill Zenoff blew the judges away at the Winter 2019 CMI.

How to Make the Perfect Cheese Sauce


The perfect cheese sauce isn’t complicated—all we really want is a super cheesy flavor and a velvety texture

In Season: Parsnips


No, the parsnip is not just a “white carrot.” By relegating the ivory-colored root to the shadows of its more vibrant counterpart, it’s easy to miss out on its unique and deep flavor—and its versatility. Native to Europe and Western Asia and a relative of parsley, cumin, and dill—and yes, carrots—parsnips were cultivated and highly […]