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May 7, 2021

Top 5 Unexpected Goat Cheese Pairings

You probably already know and love creamy, lightly tangy, imported Goat Cheese crumbled on your salads, spread on panini or crackers, and certainly tucked into gorgeous cheeseboards. But let’s take our love for goat cheese even further and explore some unique and delicious pairings to try that may surprise you! Unexpected Wines The herbal grassiness …

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April 16, 2021

The Cheeses of New Zealand and Australia

With their open landscape, expansive dairy industry, and many European influences; both New Zealand and Australia are home to a wide variety of delicious imported cheeses you need to try! A Little History Cheesemaking in both countries began in the 1700’s when the first European settlers arrived; with dairy cows first arriving to Australia in …

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February 5, 2021

7 Valentine’s Ideas for Cheese Lovers

Most people associate Valentine’s Day with cheesy cards, boxes of chocolates, long stemmed roses, teddy bears, and overpriced prix fix menus!  But here at I Love Imported Cheese we think of Valentine’s Day as the perfect excuse to celebrate our true love…of luscious imported cheeses of course! If you have a fellow cheese-lover in your …

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October 8, 2018

Have you tried… Ricotta Salata?

Flavor: Fresh and milky, slightly salty Texture:  Creamy & Firm Country: Italy Ricotta Salata (or salted) is a hard Sheep’s milk cheese, originating in southern Italy. The cheese is made from the whey part of the sheep milk, it’s then pressed, salted and aged which extracts the moisture and compacts the curds, giving it its’ firm texture. …

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By Julie Hartigan of Cooking w/Julie

September 25, 2018

Fall Cocktail and Imported Cheese Pairings

Fall is such a fun time to have friends over for cocktails!   Everyone’s back home from summer travels, holiday madness hasn’t kicked in yet, and the cooler temps are perfect for kicking back with some classic cocktails. Chances are you’ve been to plenty of wine and cheese parties… why not mix things up a bit …