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Gougères with Ossau-Iraty and Piment d’Espelette


Fresh and fruity Piment d’Espelette pairs with sweet, nutty, and floral Ossau-Iraty to give these classic cheese puffs an irresistible whiff of the French Basque region. The gougères are best eaten warm, but they can be made a few hours in advance and re-crisped in the oven for 5 to 10 minutes just before serving.

Seven Sweet-Savory Cookies To Make with Cheese


Of course today is National Cookie Day, because it’s most definitely cookie season. Even though it’s been a while since I poured a glass of milk and put a few colorfully iced, cut-out sugar cookies on a plate for Santa, I believe that homemade cookies are a holiday tradition worth keeping. I like to bake […]

Home for the Holidays: How to brighten the season with cheese


While we prepare to hunker down for another major holiday, here are some ideas on how to prioritize joy and reimagine traditions from home.

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