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The March 2013 edition of Food Network Magazine: the Cheese Issue covers a lot of great topics: grilled cheese, fondue, mac & cheese, and cheese boards.
Most people have no idea why there are two different colored varieties of cheddar at the grocery store. I’ll bet you’re “dyeing” to find out why…
Camembert is a bloomy-rind cow’s milk cheese, which comes from the Normandy region of France. Most people are familiar with this cheese, but oftentimes confuse it with Brie–which is wildly more popular. If you are one of these people that has a hard time telling the difference between Camembert and Brie, read this article on […]
If you are like most people I know, you probably have a hard time distinguishing between Brie and Camembert. And why shouldn’t you? They do look and taste about the same. Of course, the easiest way to tell the difference between the two would be to look at the packaging, but hopefully by the end […]
Probably one the the easiest and tastiest cheese recipes out there is a baked Camembert. Camembert and its cousin Brie, are absolutely ideal for baking because the cheese melts so well. And, let’s face it–everyone loves melted cheese. The following is a Camembert recipe that I adapted from Jamie Oliver; but you can change or […]
Most people already associate Valentine’s Day with gourmet gifting; and, probably the most neglected gourmet food on this day is cheese.
I used to not believe in the existence of healthy snacks because “healthy” and “snacks” are complete opposites. Otherwise my mom would let me eat more snacks. Snacking in my family is like committing a crime because the older generation’s understanding of snacks is chips and cookies. Well, they are not completely wrong but there […]
The last cheese in my brief tour of Spanish cheeses, Murcia al Vino, is a pasteurized goat’s milk cheese. It is actually a pretty unique cheese, in that: although it is technically a washed rind cheese, its rind is formed with red wine instead of mold cultures; and, it is made with high quality goat’s […]
Continuing my tour of Spanish cheeses; this cheese is not quite as popular in the United States, but it is one of the more well known Spanish cheeses throughout Europe.