Cheese Pairings

13 Tips to Build the Cheese Board of Your Dreams, According to a Cheese Connoisseur

If you’ve been scrolling through Instagram lately, you’re bound to have come across a soaring cheese board spread: one peppered with gooey wedges of cheese, teeny pots overflowing with golden honey...

What do I do with Lithuanian Cheese?

by freshnwild 1 year ago

Last week I bought a big chunk of sealed Lithuanian cheese--"pressed cottage cheese," firmer than cream cheese--not realizing it has no salt and is made from skim milk. I'm really not enjoying eati...

Cheese o'Clock guided virtual tastings with Janet Fletcher & Laura Werlin

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 1 year ago

A four-part series of guided virtual tastings of cheese with selected wines led by Janet Fletcher and Laura Werlin, two of the most knowledgeable cheese educators, to celebrate American Cheese Mont...

A Tasty Talk with Zingerman's Ari Weinzweig, June 3, San Francisco

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 2 years ago

From San Francisco's The Cheese School: "Thirty years ago Zingerman's Deli started as a neighborhood deli, today it's a family of nine businesses with over 500 employees. Join us for a talk wit...

What was this garnish I had with my cheese?

by deegc 3 years ago

I was at an Italian restaurant a while ago and had a cheese plate that came with three sweet garnishes: honey, a jam, and then something that was a bit dry and crystallized but sweet. You can see i...

Cheese to pair with mildly spicy salami?

by potatoplant 4 years ago

I have a Creminelli piccante salami - it's a mildly spicy salami with chili pepper and paprika. Am going to small party and thought I'd bring a small meat and cheeese plate, but don't know the firs...

Food Sayings: Besplatniy sir biyvaet tol'ko v mishelovke

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 4 years ago

. . . is a great Russian proverb that means: "Free cheese can be found only in a mousetrap." What to serve with that . . .

What to do with goat "Parmesan?"

by bzookaj 5 years ago

I bought a wedge of goat cheese from a dairy. The person said it's similar to Parmesan. Should I just treat it the same in dishes? How about wine pairings?

I present my cheese maker!

by TJFRANCE 5 years ago

Are you interested for me to present you from time to time a cheese sheet of my cheese maker? It would be a small translation of his presentation with a photo as in this example: cheese name : ...

Flavor Question

by VinoPair 5 years ago

I've got a food bite with pear, blue cheese, honey, and walnuts. What's another ingredient I could use to take this classic pairing - Over The TOP!!! Need your expert opinions please. Thanks!!...

Favourite fruit and cheese pairing.

by Paprikaboy 8 years ago

I was having a lovely hunk of Keens cheddar with an cox's orange pippin apple and musing on how sometimes the simplest things are the best and maybe this is the perfect cheese and fruit match. Or ...

How to throw the ultimate wine-and-cheese party using the miracle of data

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 5 years ago

"...Fortunately, a talented team of computer scientists and molecular geneticists have done all the research for you and packaged it up into a nifty interactive graphic that lets you search for a c...

Hey, Cheese Ball

by eatingjoy 6 years ago

Every holiday I try to come up with a unique theme for a cheese ball; especially the annual holiday party with the gals. Pinterest led to some fun-silly and over the top ideas (the spa cheese bal...

Great Cheese Book: "Di Bruno Brothers House of Cheese, A Guide to Wedges, Recipes and Pairings"

by alkapal 6 years ago

This book is one of the best I've ever seen on cheese, with one great exception to this praise. The descriptions of the cheeses are imaginative in their groupings by characterizations of the che...

Cornichons - pair best with ?

by JBinOC 6 years ago

For, say, a cheese plate or cocktail bite... which cheese do you recommend will pair very well with cornichons (gherkins)? I've heard a lot of different opinions (gruyere? provolone? the gamu...

Parmigiano Reggiano v. Pecorino Romano

by sandrina 14 years ago

Parmigiano Reggiano seems to be the cheese of choice for grating over pasta, salads, etc. I much prefer the tanginess of Pecorino Romano instead, especially over pasta. Parmigiano has kind of a n...

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