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Cheesemaking on Spain’s Canary Islands


Now, we are passing between two worlds,” announces Canarian cheese expert Isidoro Jiménez as we leave the beach town of Maspalomas behind. The image of sun-drenched boulevards speckled with meandering tourists shrinks in the rear-view mirror of our 4×4; suddenly, the landscape is void—nothing but shrubs, cacti, and a dirt road that twists and turns […]

honey and cheese

Your Ultimate Guide to Honey and Cheese


In honey, cheese finds a pairing partner with equal complexity. Here, learn how to taste honey and pair it with cheese.

Blue Mold Cheese

The New Kind of Blue Cheese You Need to Try


Although they tend to stay hidden, blue molds grow all around us. If we magnified forest soils, bales of hay, and forgotten loaves of bread, we might see them: clustered colonies of Penicillium roqueforti. Up close they resemble otherworldly paintbrushes, their long filaments split into branches. And at the end of each branch, rotund, blue-green […]

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Table of Contents: Spring 2018


Features Cornish Kern This uber-flaky wheel was recently named the best in the world. By Rebecca Haley-Park Salad Gold Want to take your leafy greens to the next level? Simple: add cheese. By Molly Shuster Okanagan Opportunity This corner of British Columbia offers something for everyone— especially cheese lovers. By Steffani Cameron By the Sea […]