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From a story about Quebec cheesemakers affected by a Lysteria outbreak. Featured in socheese.fr, a French online cheese magazine.

From a story about Quebec cheesemakers affected by a Lysteria outbreak. Featured in socheese.fr, a French online cheese magazine.

Urkel says "Cheese matters!"

Urkel says "Cheese matters!"

the cheeses, starting at Noon(ish, under the red wine): Hoja Santa, Green Hill, San Andreas, Grayson, Gravity Hill, Rogue River Blue

the cheeses, starting at Noon(ish, under the red wine): Hoja Santa, Green Hill, San Andreas, Grayson, Gravity Hill, Rogue River Blue

Via FrenchForFoodies.com : Fromage under fire: Why French cheese faces extinction.

Via FrenchForFoodies.com : Fromage under fire: Why French cheese faces extinction.

Mint and Cheese are rarely paired, and to be honest, I think that’s probably a good thing. The aspects of mint that marries it well with fruit, acids or a bourbon-based cocktail — the fresh, bright, cooling, tingly qualities, the slightly medicinal aspects — make it a jarring blend with most cheeses. This unusual cheese, Muffato, may prove the exception to the rule...

Muffato: A Marriage of Mint and Cheese

Mint and Cheese are rarely paired, and to be honest, I think that’s probably a good thing. The aspects of mint that marries it well with fruit, acids or a bourbon-based cocktail — the fresh, bright, cooling, tingly qualities, the slightly medicinal aspects — make it a jarring blend with most cheeses. This unusual cheese, Muffato, may prove the exception to the rule...

Where to get good cheese and accompaniments in San Francisco: 7 Pairings to Elevate the Way You Cheese

Where to get good cheese and accompaniments in San Francisco: 7 Pairings to Elevate the Way You Cheese

This isn’t your usual alpine cheese: This Comté Saint Antoine was actually rescued from the flooded Murray’s Cheese caves at their Bleecker St. location, when Hurricane Sandy hit New York City in 2012. after the waters receded, the wheels were aged a year longer than originally planned, and are now being sold as the Murray’s Cavemaster Reserve Sandy Relief Comté. 100% of the proceeds are going to the Rockaway Rescue Alliance Shore Soup Project:

This isn’t your usual alpine cheese: This Comté Saint Antoine was actually rescued from the flooded Murray’s Cheese caves at their Bleecker St. location, when Hurricane Sandy hit New York City in 2012. after the waters receded, the wheels were aged a year longer than originally planned, and are now being sold as the Murray’s Cavemaster Reserve Sandy Relief Comté. 100% of the proceeds are going to the Rockaway Rescue Alliance Shore Soup Project:

Murray's Cavemaster Reserve Across the Pond    #cheese

Murray's Cavemaster Reserve Across the Pond #cheese

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