Both cheese and chocolate are delicious and complex. Both are maddeningly addictive. They make you feel elated, and are aphrodisiacs. Cheese and chocolate pair well together and they pair well with wine, beer, and liqueurs. This a step-by-step guide to pairing cheese and chocolate for your next dessert cheese board.
Authentic Gruyère A.O.P. from Switzerland. Heavy Cream. Milk. Caramelizing Sugar. Sea Salt. This caramel is infused with Gruyère, resulting in a b...
Join us in a discussion on American Artisan Cheese. We highlight the American Artisan Cheese movement and why it is important to our local and regional economies. We also discuss how to pair the featured cheeses with nuts, fruit, jam, and beer/microbrews!
Microbrews and specialty cheeses are a joy to pair together. Both are more complex and nuanced in flavor, texture, and body than their more conventional counterparts. Watch this video to learn about how to best pair cheese and beer. It's a lot of fun!
If you're entertaining, these cheese straws liberally sprinkled with Islahiye Pepper will satiate your guests upon arrival. They are excellent paired with sparkling white wine or pinot noir. You can also switch out the turkish pepper for red pepper flakes and it will be equally delicious, just a little spicier!
The Case for Raw Milk Cheese Imagine a world where raw milk cheese is outlawed. Imagine a world where in order to enjoy a raw milk delicacy, you ...
When building a cheese plate, it is important to highlight the flavor profile and texture of each cheese and then find a balance of complimentary and contrasting flavors and textures in fruit, nuts, jams, chocolate, and more. Think color contrast and balance sweet and savory characteristics in a cheese board.
This recipe post outlines how to pair cheese and tea. Calendula tea is known for its medicinal properties. It is soothing, light, slightly vegetal, and obviously has hints of floral that pairs beautifully with fresh goat cheese.