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Coconut "creme cheese"

Before I started making my own raw “cheeses” I really missed a nice soft spread on my grain free breads. This coconut “creme cheese” is super simple to make. 295 more words


Experimenting with cheese

So going into the raw/vegan diet, I knew the one thing I was going to miss the most from my old diet was cheese. I was very reluctant to try the recipes using nuts and claiming, “It tastes just like cheese!” No, nothing tastes like cheese except cheese. 174 more words


Ossau Iraty

As I have oft mentioned in the past, one of the best parts of being a cheesemonger is getting to introduce our customers to new and exciting foods. 325 more words

Cheese Of The Month

Essex St. Comte

For our November Cheese of the Month, we are excited to introduce a cheese from the renowned Essex St. Cheese Company. Essex St. is a company that selects and imports a small range of classic and iconic cheeses. 256 more words

Cheese Of The Month

The Perfect Breakfast: Veggie Frittatas and Rainbow Potatoes

Thanks to Daylight Savings Time, I was up way too early on Sunday. And so with sleep in my eyes and a major case of bed head, I had the urge to make a fancy schmancy breakfast for me and my honey. 636 more words


Cheese Night, Raw Versus Pasteurized

Before Cheese Night, my brother and I were only familiar with rectangular blocks of cheddar and mozzarella cheese from supermarkets. With all the different cheeses out there, we didn’t know where or how to start. 706 more words

Cheese Notes

Focus on washed rind cheeses Sunday Brunch C4 28 Sept 2014

Washed Rind cheeses have been around since the Middle Ages and come in a variety of shapes and sizes, each with a distinctive character. Monks are closely associated with those cheeses, Maroilles one of our stars today was created in the 10th Century by a monk in Maroilles, Northern France, around the same time some Irish benedictine monks emigrated to Alsace and later created another famous washed rind cheese, Munster. 2,041 more words

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