☰ menu   


Voicings: Mary Quicke


Photo by Matt Austin Here in the States, we speak of third-, fourth-, sometimes even fifth-generation farms. In Devon, England, Mary Quicke runs a 14th generation clothbound cheddar operation, and it would not be a stretch to say that her fate was set by Henry VIII falling in love with Anne Boleyn in 1527. When […]

Voicings: Glen Harrell


Glenn Harrell is the third owner of Say Cheese, a cheese shop in Los Angeles’s Silver Lake neighborhood that celebrates its 50th anniversary this month. The business has been in Harrell’s hands since 1999 and he likes to call himself the longest-running fool of its three owners, though this bit belies his deep love of […]

Voicings: Perrystead Dairy’s Yoav Perry


The model for Yoav Perry’s urban cheesemaking project was simple: bring excellent milk from the country to the consumers, distributors, and restaurants in the Philadelphia, paying farmers top dollar while saving them the added risk and expense of cheesemaking.

Jessica-Fernandez

Voicings: Jessica Fernandez


Spreading the good word of Latinx cheesemaking in the US is Jessica Fernández, a self-described queer Latin American cheese expert.

Voicings: Carlos Yescas Talks Diversity in the Artisan Cheese World and More


Ever helpful, Carol Yescas took some time out of his busy schedule to chat with us about how to make the cheese world work better for everyone.

Voicings: Alisha Norris Jones


Cheesemonger Invitational winner and founder of Immortal Milk Alisha Norris Jones talks themed cheese plates, personal inspiration, and more.

Gordon Edgar’s Bests


When culture reached out to cheesemongers across the country to get their input for this issue, Gordon Edgar had a lot to say.

Kendall Antonelli’s Bests


Kendall Antonelli of Antonelli’s Cheese Shop in Austin, Texas, shares some of her favorite cheeses of 2020.