TIP OF THE DAY: Pairing Cheese With Sweet Condiments

We recently dined at a wonderfully creative new restaurant in New York City, Frevo. A cheese course is typically served before dessert, or instead of it. Quite a few connoisseurs prefer to end dinner with cheese instead of something sweet. Our cheese course consisted of Comte cheese, shaved into pappardelle-size ribbons (fettuccine size works, too),…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Pecorino Sheep Cheese

WE’RE BULLISH ABOUT SHEEP… …but not just any sheep. We’re crushing on Sarda sheep, the lovely ovine ladies living the luxe life of Italy’s gemstone island, Sardinia (Sardegna in Italian). What they produce is the extraordinary milk that makes the extraordinary Pecorino D.O.P (Denominazione d’Origine Protetta, or Protected Designation of Origin) cheese. D.O.P.* is Italy’s…
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PRODUCT OF THE WEEK: JUST Egg, Plant-Based Egg Substitute

[1] Plant-based JUST has become the #1 liquid egg in just a year (photos #1, #2 and #3 © Eat JUST Inc.) [2] Coming soon: JUST Folded Egg, ready to serve on toast or muffin, or to top with omelet ingredients. [3] A JUST Egg muffin can be on your table soon. [4] Mung beans…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Heart-Shaped Cheese

This is the week to check the best cheese counter in town for heart-shaped cheese (or make your own—see the surprise below). The most famous cheese heart is Coeur du Berry goat cheese; but if you’re a cheddar fan, you may be able to find a cheddar heart covered in red wax, from Godminster Farm…
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