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In Queso You Missed It: January 12th


Happy New Year! It’s 2020, and we’re looking for ways to up our cheese game in the new decade. If you missed our Cheese Goals piece from the Best Cheeses issue, click here to catch up and get inspired to (finally) keep up with a new year’s resolution. In other cheese news: As the tariff […]

Orange is the New Black


To make a surfing analogy, choosing to produce a washed rind as your first cheese is similar to taking beginner surfing lessons on the supersized Hawaiian wave known as Jaws.“What can go wrong?” muses Marcus Fergusson, a London music publicist turned artisan cheesemaker. “Everything.” Fergusson should know. His Renegade Monk is a one-of-a-kind hybrid blue […]

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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 […]

In Queso You Missed It June 10th


Image VIA CNN/Twitter Happy Cheesday, sun lovers! I mean, happy Sunday, cheese lovers! Boy, oh boy was this a good week in the world of cheese. There was a chuckle-worthy slip-of-the-tongue on CNN and a few disastrous slips down a very steep hill in England. And all in the name of cheese! So this week, […]

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Cheese Of The Day: Willoughby


Our cheese of the day for you turophiles is Willoughby. A native of Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom, Willoughby was created nearly a decade ago by a young cheesemaker Marisa Mauro at Ploughgate Creamery.