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Recipes for appetizers, pasta and salad feature various types of cheese
Bleu D'Elizabeth cheese is an award-winning, mellow, semi-soft blue cheese from Fromagerie du Presbytere in Sainte-Elisabeth-de-Warwick, Que.
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Artisanal cheese market growing with consumers' desire to know milk source
Caseophile is just a five-dollar word for cheese lover, from the Latin "caseus," meaning cheese, and although we're well behind countries such as France, where annual per capita cheese consumption tops 26 kilograms , Canadians still manage to put away more than 12 kilograms of cheese a year each.
Sun Apr 20, 2014
Preview: A Tasty Blueprint for Bergen Street
The culinary gentrification of Crown Heights has largely been confined to the well-trod thoroughfares, spreading east, one artisanal ice-cream cone and third-wave cortado at a time, from Prospect Heights's Vanderbilt Avenue to Washington Avenue and Franklin Avenue, where it's now possible to find such basic necessities of 21st-century gourmet life ... (more)
Real Men Eat the Rind: Why You Should Eat the Crusty Part of Cheese
Forget what you think you know: That crusty part around the edges is meant to be eaten.
Sat Apr 19, 2014
Sojourners learn to make cheese in Harveyville
Participants learn how to make mozzarella , chevre, feta, paneer, ricotta and cheddar cheese, as well as butter and yogurt.
Tillamook Cheese expands Port of Morrow facility
Tillamook Cheese has completed a 65,000-square-foot expansion of its cheese-making facility at the Port of Morrow to process both lactose powder and a dried whey protein concentrate.
Ricotta Cookies: Another way to feature an Italian Easter's star ingredient
Ricotta cheese is a by-product of whey, the liquids formed during the cheese making process.
Deep fried Creme Eggs to chocolate Paella - " the WEIRDEST food this Easte
Fortunately that's exactly what one fish and chip shop has done by creating the battered Creme Egg just in time for Easter.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
Charcoal Cheese Is Made of (Guess What) Charcoal
It's not just a name referring to the color. The Michael Lee Fine Cheeses Company in West Yorkshire, UK, really makes cheese made with charcoal.
Sheboygan, Johnsonville Sausage say 'nein' to Germany
Sheboygan-based Johnsonville Sausage LLC says it is "as much amused as it is surprised" that the European Union, in negotiating the terms of a new trade deal with the United States, is pushing to trademark several different foods - including bratwurst - that have originated in an EU country.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Someone 2 Know: Fallon Cheese Maker
Just an hour from Reno, in the oasis of Nevada, you will find hundreds of heifers making more than just milk; they are making history.
Fabled feta cheese
Greeks are particular about their feta. Some like theirs soft and mild; others prefer it hard and crumbly.
Fabled feta cheese
Like a brownie in shape and texture, blondies are packed with all the brown sugar and butterscotchy goodness of chocolate chip cookies, but softer and more substantial.
Milk Market Observatory will aid shift to post-quota Europe
A European Milk Market Observatory has been launched by the European Commission this week, offering a 'one-stop shop' for market data.
Goats, not cows, the right fit for dairy farm
If Red River College ever looks to amend its journalism program, it might want to add "tour a goat farm" to the curriculum.
Changing cows' diet could help tackle heart disease
Adding oilseed to a cow's diet can significantly reduce the harmful saturated fat found in its milk without compromising the white stuff's nutritional benefits, according to research by the University of Reading.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Blyth Farm Cheese Gouda Named Canada's Best - April 17
Blyth Farm Cheese has a several new laurels to add to the many awards the local company has received including Best Gouda at the inaugural Canadian Cheese Awards in Toronto earlier this month.
Eating around Lake Superior
New England is known for its clambakes, Louisiana for gumbo and Texas for barbecue, but few can name the defining food of the Northland.
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Will Post Holdings Lay an Egg With This Acquisition?
But having bought a handful of companies already over the past year alone, this one would be its largest in recent memory, and the growth-by-acquisition strategy could backfire if the buyout goes awry.