January 3, 2019

Have you tried…Feta?

Flavor: Salty, tangy and rich Texture:  Soft and crumbly Country: Greece This famous cheese of Greece is made from goat’s milk, sheep’s milk or a combination of both. It’s a soft, white, curd cheese, aged in brine. The word ‘feta’ literally means ‘slice.’ The origin of Feta goes back to the 8th B.C. century, where the cheese was …

December 11, 2018

Rocking the holiday cheeseboard!

Rock the holidays with our festive Imported Cheeseboard, created for us by Julie Hartigan of Cooking w/ Julie. Full of unique and delicious flavors and decked in seasonal colors, it looks impressive, yet takes only a few minutes to prepare. Try our suggestions and don’t be afraid to add favorites of your own. You can’t …

By Julie Hartigan of Cooking w/Julie

November 30, 2018

Holiday Gift Ideas for Cheese Lovers

Tis the season for holiday gift giving, parties, and host or hostess “thank you’s” too! It can be tricky to find just the right present for everyone on your list. But if you have cheese-lovers in your life look no further; our fun and unique gift ideas are sure to please! ♥ Serve and Store …

By Julie Hartigan of Cooking w/Julie

November 15, 2018

6 Tips for No Stress Holiday Entertaining

The busy holiday season is here and with it comes shopping, parties, and possibly hosting duties, too. No need to stress! Whether you’re a seasoned party pro or a reluctant host these easy tips and tricks will help you entertain with ease and (gasp!) relax and feel like a guest at your own party. 1) …

November 6, 2018

Have you tried…Crottin de Chavignol?

Flavor: Nutty when young, more robust as it ages Texture:  Creamy, yet firm and crumbly Country: France Crottin de Chavignol is produced from the raw milk of goat’s around Chavignol, in the Loire Valley of France. It’s one of the most popular French cheeses and has been produce in that area since the 16th century. This small cylindrical …